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review 2018-09-15 21:12
Rescuing Riley (Gold Coast Retrievers Book 2) by S.B. Alexander
Rescuing Riley - S.B. Alexander

 

 

Rescuing Riley gets to the heart of every book addict. Alexander entices with romance, thrills with danger and appeals to the mystery lover that I don't often give free reign. Josh and Riley also face off against some painful truths about humanity, society and wounded warriors. Add in an adorable unsung hero like Charlie and the stage is set for an incredible tale of faith and courage.

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review 2018-07-27 22:27
Contemporary fairy tale, enjoyed the characters.
Rescuing Red - Susan Hayes

A short read along the lines of Little Red Riding Hood. I loved the instant chemistry between Luke and Ronnie. Luke's complete acceptance of how Ronnie will fit in his life was great. He did not care about their differences. Ronnie had some reservations but I loved her natural kindness and big heart for those less fortunate. With the danger that was lurking about, this was an enjoyable story.

This was a free book at one point, and this is my unsolicited review.

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review 2018-05-08 00:00
Rescuing Wendy
Rescuing Wendy - Susan Stoker Rescuing Wendy - Susan Stoker


Rescuing Wendy continues the stories of the Delta Force team finding love. This time, the man who falls hard is Blade! Here are my thoughts:
  • At first, I was SUPER annoyed with Wendy's self deprecation. I get annoyed with heroines who are all like "oh my gosh, why does he like me? I'm ugly/fat/not worth it". I realize that MOST women are like this, but it gets annoying to read about it.
  • However, I did end up liking Wendy and thought she was a really unique character. What she did for her brother was amazing (yet very far fetched).
  • Blade and Wendy had some attraction and I liked that they got to know each other before ever meeting. I'm not sure I fully felt the connection between them, but it didn't ruin the story.
  • The suspense near the end with Wendy's brother Jack was a bit (a lot) over the top. A Delta Force team taking down some bullies? But, whatever, I still liked it! You just have to kind of suspend reality a bit. I know some readers hate that, but its not a deal breaker for me.
  • Jack is a cool kid and his relationship with Wendy really added a lot of awesomeness to the story!

If you like romantic suspense with imperfect heroines (and I don't mean physically imperfect), strong family bonds, and a touch of danger, Rescuing Wendy will be right up your alley!

 
  • POV: 3rd
  • Tears: no
  • Trope: secret identity, military
  • Triggers: none
  • Series/Standalone: stand alone within an interconnected series
  • Cliffhanger: not really, but the book really sets up the next book, Truck and Mary's story, big time!
  • HEA: yes




books by authors like Kaylea Cross, Janie Crouch, Katie Reus...then you will probably like Rescuing Wendy!

 


Rescuing Wendy


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review 2018-04-24 23:12
Rescuing the Prince by Victoria Leybourne
Rescuing the Prince - Victoria Leybourne

 

Leybourne has some fun with the fairytale fantasy and makes it her own, without chipping away at the appeal. Rescuing the Prince turns the table on the fairytale we know, to create the one we want. Not only is there a prince, but a feisty heroine with a lot to say. Rhian and Cor want the dream. Yet circumstances send them in each other's direction as a necessity. A sweet modern intro to a charming author equals romance gold.

 

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review 2018-04-24 00:00
Rescuing the Prince
Rescuing the Prince - Victoria Leybourne Leybourne has some fun with the fairytale fantasy and makes it her own, without chipping away at the appeal. Rescuing the Prince turns the table on the fairytale we know, to create the one we want. Not only is there a prince, but a feisty heroine with a lot to say. Rhian and Cor want the dream. Yet circumstances send them in each other's direction as a necessity. A sweet modern intro to a charming author equals romance gold.
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