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  • Good start to the series

    I picked this because so many of the reviews said, “too much action/suspense, not enough romance”. Well, that’s exactly how I like my romantic suspense! I’m also a big fan of the Brother’s Best Friend/Best Friend’s Sister trope. Harper contacts Chase to help her find her missing brother. This turns into a rescue and then an entire web of information begins to unfold. Harper’s father isn’t who she thought he was. His dealings have brought danger to his children. Chase, his siblings, and the rest of Maximum Security step in to uncover the source and protect the Winston children. There were times where the romance (specifically a few sex scenes) happened at awkward times in relation to everything else going on. Also, there was an incident at the very, very end of the book that just came out of nowhere. Overall though, I enjoyed it. I’m looking forward to the next book, The Deception. Edit: I went to grab the next book and found there are some prequel novellas. Narration: I enjoyed Ryan Turner’s main narration, voices and accents. For some reason I can’t pinpoint he didn’t wow me in this book. I’d love to check out other works of his and see if it was just not meshing with this author/genre for me.

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  • Trashy

    I should have known that when a book is listed as being a romance chances are it will be written for young girls age 15. That being said the bodily responses of both male and female to lust are I would think to explicit for teenage girls. The constant reference to blatant sexual desire especially when in a life threatening situation by the characters in the book is really juvenile and I think humorous. This writing style, the use of simple language and inability to write engaging descriptive episodes for the reader shows that the writer lacks any real ability to write a good book.

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