A lot of tell, no show. Insta-lust/attraction between our leads, with a first kiss off-screen. The time jumping was a bit off and made it kind of a stop and go feel. It's like the author knew where she wanted the story to go but didn't take the time to connect the dots. The second half became just a sex-fest between leads.
Pretty interesting suspense arc (continued from book 1) with shady, powerful, and working towards the greater good people.
Heroine was ok with wanting to control, and taking steps to, her own life but she was put into kidnapping situation after kidnapping situation so felt like just a token to show off hero's soldier skills.
Hero was bit of a blank slate just growling with intimidating stares that also had burning eyes.
The editing and lack of fluid story connection made this pretty shallow and surface. Gives you the military hero and needs rescuing heroine tropes but no depth to them.
'Deep Into Trouble' by Dawn Ryder is book Three in the "Unbroken Heroes" series. This is the story of Saxon and Ginger. I have not yet read the other two books so for me this was a standalone book. Ginger is a self proclaimed 'nosy person' which has lead her into become a librarian and research person. It has also lead her into trouble where she witnessed a murder that she is now being hunted by the murders to take her out. Saxon loves the thrill of the hunt and is in New Orleans on a mission that is leading him t take down Raven. But Ginger walks into his mission and now he is having to keep her safe. But Saxon is also having strong feelings for her and she for him. Ginger was a hoot! I loved how she made Saxon feel and how he changed some around her. This book had the excitement, some humor and a great main characters that I feel in love with!
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