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  • Steamy!

    This book is very steamy and touches on really dark issues but I’m glad that we finally get to know Chase’s story! As with all of Rachel Grant’s books, the female lead is strong and independent. Lots of plot twists and turns!

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  • loved!

    LOVED this book!!! I've been fascinated by Chase's story since he first appeared in earlier books in the series, and the author has done him justice in the way she told his story. He's still recovering from the psychological torture he was subjected to, so he's found outlets to help him cope. One of them is Eden's camgirl website. In it, he feels free and able to feel, as they'll never meet in real life...until they do. What follows is an engrossing story that kept me up way too late in the night to finish this book, as I couldn't put it down. This novel has all the action and drama one would expect in an Evidence novel, plus a whole lot of sexiness. Chase and Eden's story is HOT - so much so that I'm surprised my kindle didn't ignite. Eden is a sex worker, even if it's only on-line, and the author handles it with an open-minded and steady hand. However, I would caution readers that there could be triggers for those sensitive to sexual abuse/exploitation in many of its forms. This book is a must read for fans of the genre. While part of a series, this is a stand alone novel, however you owe to yourself to read them all. Additionally, while the author provides a bit of Chase's backstory, the full tale told in the prior books is well worth reading. The author is on my must read authors' list.

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  • Powerfully Compelling & Intense

    BROKEN FALCON is a roller coaster of powerful and complex emotions. It’s intriguingly slow build toward suspense, as well as within Chase and Eden’s relationship, gradually draws you in deeper until you can hardly put it down. This is an extremely compelling tale with heart-stopping action and heartbreaking drama that will keep you enthralled from beginning to end. There are continuing threads from previous novels that only add to the overall entertainment and in no way make this difficult to read as a standalone. Although this intense storyline deals with difficult and possibly triggering subject matter, it is handled in a sensitive manner and within the concepts of the narrative. It’s an engaging romantic suspense with well-drawn characters who will capture your heart while their story captures your mind.

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  • Intriguing and unique romantic suspense!

    When I first started Broken Falcon, I was intrigued, and a third of the way in, I thought this could even be a 5 star read for me. Eden, having had a difficult past that makes financial security a necessity for her, has taken up a job as a "cam girl" to earn money to help pay for her townhome, save for a car and tuition to finish her graduate degree in psychology. Chase works for Raptor and is still recovering after having been brainwashed and abused as part of a psychology experiment that also infiltrator Raptor. At some point along the way he ran across Eden on the cam site and has been following her since, but their worlds collide one night when an off the books assignment puts him in her path. I loved how different this was with the heroine being a sex worker(online), and the hero being someone who had been raped. It's a twist on what you usually see, and I was really enjoying that. However, the suspense part of the story was incredibly complex and hard to follow, and Chase, alpha in some ways, was almost too vulnerable for me to enjoy. I have no problem with heroes who are sensitive and vulnerable, but it felt like too much at some points and there were some inconsistencies in the story that didn't work for me, such as anyone not realizing the danger Eden was most likely in much sooner than they did. Didn't make sense for such elite security. I still think this is a great story and worth reading because it is so different, and it intrigued me enough that I plan to go back and read some of the previous books in the series and I'm sort of now hoping that "mothman" gets his own book next. I had an Advance Reader Copy and have voluntarily left an honest review.

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  • Falcon's true desire

    Chase's story was so worth the wait but harrowing to read at the same time. The extent of the damage done to him so that his behaviour in Alaska was, at the very least questionable and, at the very worst dangerous, and the fact that the same treatment was still being meted out to others is horrifying. Yet through Chase's struggles his online persona as Falcon gave him Desirée and the chance to quieten his tortured mind. From the pre-release blurb, it would have been too mundane for Chase to randomly walk into a coffee shop and recognise Desirée's true identity; that first meeting pulls us straight into the action and danger as Eden's online persona and her real life self collide as the target for a degenerate group of men who should have, through their academic work, been trying to make the world safer and saner but were instead committing the most heinous of crimes. The takedown of their leader is by way of its revelation of his true nature, very satisfying. While we see glimpses of Chase's colleagues in various set pieces, with Mothman featuring most, this is very much Chase and Eden's book, especially because of the source of his torment and mental anguish being pitted against the nature of her daylight field of expertise.

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