- File Size: 3011 KB
- Print Length: 228 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: H.O.T. Publishing (November 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0753CF655
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,501 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wyatt (7 Brides for 7 Soldiers #4) Kindle Edition
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"I think I shouldn't.....but I think I'm gonna do it anyway."
This is such a great series, and this contribution by Lynn Raye Harris is a wonderful addition! Wyatt is ....well, delicious. And protective. And self-tortured over something he could never have changed. My favorite type of hero. Paige, is a self-centered, abrasive, entitled princess, but only on the outside. Inside she has dreams of her own. The friction between them could start a fire!
Wyatt has returned home after leaving the SEALs. Carrying a guilt over the loss of a teammate, he's come back to Eagle's Ridge to lick his wounds and look after his grandmother. Trying to find his new path, he's been given a job opportunity to be the bodyguard for a reality TV star, Paige Spencer who's been getting threatening mail. Finding her a spoiled princess, he makes it a point to put her in her place, over and over. But can he keep her at arms length when he can't stop wanting her despite their differences?
Paige Spencer has it all. She's set to inherit her father's empire. She's a famous reality TV star, who's fans love her for her cattiness. But that persona is not who she really is. She's got dreams that she wants to make happen on her own. A crazed stalker is now threatening her and she's stuck in Eagle's Ridge until they can find him, and with a bodyguard no less. He's egotistical, obnoxious, and....hot. She wants him, but he's made it clear that she is just the job. Can she convince him to take a chance, or should she just ignore her feelings, knowing she'll be leaving soon?
I really enjoyed this story! Lynn is an amazing author and I've read everything she's written. I am so glad that she has a book in this amazing series!! Oh, and you're going to love Mr. Fluffypants aka Spike. He certainly stole some scenes!!
For this entire series, I’ve been CRAVING some fallout from the boys’ military careers. I needed for these boys to address the things that happened to them in a real way; not just a briefly discussed explanation for leaving their respective branches of the military. I was also holding out for one of the boys to rely on the skills they gleaned from their time in the service in a readily demonstrable fashion. Wyatt delivered on all of those fronts in a more satisfying way than his predecessors.
Paige surprised me, greatly. When she first appeared on page, I was sure she was going to be grating, and Wyatt was going to care for her in spite of her shortcomings. However, I was gleefully mistaken. Paige was more than expected and I think she surprised herself with just how different she could be when she was away from the trappings of her day to day life. I adored watching her become more comfortable in her skin, in a place far removed from the glamour she was used to experiencing.
Wyatt held the kind of underlying tension and suspense I love in a novel. Even as the characters were attempting to carry on with their everyday lives, there was always a thread of the unknown adding tension to each moment. I appreciated how Ms. Harris led to the climax of this book; I was a little taken aback by how everything played out which was refreshing.
My only wish for this book is that the ending would not have been so rushed. All of the books in this series are relatively short, so I’m sure it was a product of staying within those parameters, I just would have liked a little more fleshing out of the final scenes. I don’t think the book is lacking in closure; it would have been more satisfying if it had more meat at the end of the book.
As I’ve mentioned, Lynn Raye Harris is a new to me author. I was impressed with her writing in Wyatt, it drew me in from the first page and left me wanting more when I was finished. She did a fantastic job of moving her characters forward in their growth arcs without ever letting me forget that there was something sinister going on just below the surface. Ms. Harris writes a good suspense novel, and I hope to have the chance to check out her backlist sometime soon.