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review 2017-08-25 01:23
Never Mine (Base Branch #9.5) by Megan Mitcham



Author: Megan Mitcham

TitleNever Mine

Series: Base Branch

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Jillian Cooper never wanted Callum, until a dream morphs him from her best friend's husband to a singular nocturnal fantasy. Revolted by her own mind and loyal to a fault, she refuses to give the dream life. Still, it manages to make her awkward around her only family; Amery, Callum, and their two stunning daughters. As an orphan and an Explosive Ordinance Tech with the Navy, things have a way of crashing down around her. The world crumbling call came in the form of a single car, single fatality accident. Amery died.

While she spins in dizzying circles, the girls she's loved since they were in their momma's belly cling to her. When Callum's strong arms fortify them and keep them all from falling apart, Jillian's inner struggle reaches a breaking point. She does the only thing she can to honor her friend's memory...run to the other side of the world to contract for Titan Group, an elite private securities force in need of an EOD.

Callum Bradfield adapts and overcomes. Even after the tragic death of his wife, his core values as a Navy SEAL march him forward...to safer waters. His gig as mission transport for Base Branch—the special operations force for the UN—isn’t as adrenaline laden, but he refuses to make his girls orphans.

Things are beginning to regroup when Jillian bales on his girls—and him—without a word. To ensure she's safe, he hacks her personal information and follows the crumbs into Titan's database. Crossing that line gets them both under a microscope in the middle of a desert, searching for the proof they need to show their innocence, while he tries to convince Jillian he's more than just her dream.





I actually think Never Mine is worth four stars but I felt like considering I missed out on previous books and minor cameo's and history involved and a few things I felt I might have better enjoyed had I read the previous books. That being said I liked the world, I liked the characters, the sex was good and the journey they go on together to over come their obstacles that kept them apart was worth the wait for this novella.

I want to read the previous books in this series so that I can enjoy more this whole world and the people involved.



Until next time book lovers...



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review 2016-08-24 19:16
Justice Mine (Base Branch #2) by Megan Mitcham
Justice Mine: A Base Branch Novel (The Base Branch Series) (Volume 2) - Megan Mitcham

Justice Mine - Base Branch Novel 2

For justice. For country. For love.

After witnessing her friend’s sexual assault, seven year senior, Magdalena Wells escapes an attack with a few bruises and a thousand questions. As a journalist in practice, if not in pay, Mags vows to utilize the skills she mastered in the Democratic Republic of Congo and answer every single one, just as soon as she gets the hell out of town.

Law Pierce’s aim is rest and relaxation after two years undercover in South Africa on an extended Base Branch mission, but restlessness puts him in trouble’s path. As a servant of justice, Law will do everything in his power to keep trouble safe. The fact that trouble’s petite stature and luscious curves stir his every primal instinct is a massive inconvenience he struggles to ignore.

Together Magdalena and Law uncover a web of corruption and dirty lies that could set their country’s top official ablaze, if the inferno doesn’t consume them first.













If you haven't had a chance to read this series the first book is Free (for now) on Amazon. I highly suggest reading from the beginning because Justice Mine picks up where the first book left off. The trauma, the action, the crazy suspense and the emotional journey is all here and its intense.

I would totally vote this book a five star read but there is some content that was hard for me to deal with and topic sensitivity included a tiny amount of how that was handled is what prevented me voting five stars but I really like Mitcham's writing, I like her cast, I like everything about her writing.































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review 2016-02-18 00:00
Prisoner Mine
Prisoner Mine - Megan Mitcham Prisoner Mine - Megan Mitcham I disagree with the reviews that said you didn't need to read the previous books. I was SO confused. The book starts off with the action and I was like "who the heck are these people? how did they end up in a Russian mob run whore house? Who the heck is Derrick and why can't they find him? Hell, when did they lose him?!?". So, I struggled to really connect with the book. That being said, I liked the writing and suspense so I do think I will grab book one and start the series. Perhaps I will change this rating later!
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review 2015-06-09 13:33
For All to See by Megan Mitcham
For All to See (Bureau #1) - Megan Mitcham

I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

For All to See is a romantic suspense that takes place on the lovely Caribbean island of Tortola. Descriptions of the scenery alone are enough to draw the reader into the story. Add in a despicable killer and two scarred individuals and it makes for a compelling read.

Madelyn suffered not only physical but mental abuse to the point that she no longer trusts anyone. Honestly I was blown away with how quickly she opened up to romantic interest Nathan. Her story was heart-breaking, so was Nathan's-- but to a lesser degree. These two seemed destined to be together, and there was definite heat from their first meeting.

The story centered around Nathan protecting Madelyn while trying to track down the serial killer. I wish there had been more focus on the investigation and less on the instant romance. The serial killer never felt like a huge looming threat because there just wasn't a whole lot of suspense leading up to his big reveal. But on the romance side, there were quite a few steamy scenes, perfect for a love affair in the tropics.

I enjoyed the shifting POV between Madelyn and Nathan. It's always interesting to be able to get into the thoughts of both characters, especially when a romance is blooming. While I did enjoy the story and liked the characters, I never really felt any suspense past a couple fleeting scenes. Overall, this novel read more like a romance and less like a suspense. So if you like romance with a touch of suspense, then I think you'll enjoy this novel.

Source: www.kimberleighwheaton.com/2015/06/review-for-all-to-see-by-megan-mitcham.html
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review 2015-06-06 19:56
For All to See (Bureau #1) - Megan Mitcham
Another great romantic suspense by Megan Mitcham! I stayed up half the night to finish it because I could not wait to find out how it all played out. Nathan and Madelyn's relationship progresses at a steady pace as they get to know each other. Neither one was prepared to find love, especially in the middle of a murder investigation, but it fit into the story nicely. The suspense element was written extremely well and kept me guessing as to who it could be. The description of the crimes committed may be a bit gruesome for some, so be warned. Madelyn's dog Deacon has such a great personality that he almost seemed human. Great start to a new series, looking forward to next book due out this fall.
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Source: jensreadingobsession.blogspot.com/2015/06/for-all-to-see-bureau-1-by-megan.html
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