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  • Crossing The Line

    CROSSING THE LINE is the second book in the KTS series, and I would really recommend you read it as part of a series, rather than a standalone. You 'could' but it does have an overall story arc, and besides, book one is amazing. Ollie and Linc are both doctors, both dedicated to saving lives. Ollie has an attraction to Linc, but he shot her down in flames, so she has hidden it behind sarcasm. Linc has finally reached a place where he feels okay to tell her about what happened, and why he reacted that way but, unfortunately for him, they both get blown up before he can tell Ollie his story. *Sigh* I loved Linc. After all, how many women WOULDN'T want a man who pays attention? I could understand his reasoning, and so could Ollie. And that's part of what draws me into these books. There is drama and angst, but none of it is unnecessary, and all of it moves the story along. The story arc moves along nicely, and I must say, Daniel has more lives than a cat! I am loving where this is taking me, and I can't wait to read more. The action is smoothly paced, and we get to see Ava and Dan from book one too. This definitely leaves you wanting more. Absolutely recommended by me. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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  • Lots of action, secrets, love, and loyalty

    Dislike for each other hide their true feelings. Olive and Linc worked together but annoyed each other. When danger hit close to home, Linc realized his true feelings for Olive, and as she recovered, she figured out what was more important. I loved their honesty as they spent time together and got to know each other. Olive was strong enough to take a leap of faith, and Linc quickly found that he could trust her. With danger still surrounding them, and changes taking place in the work environment, these two were able to find love and a balance with their jobs. I recommend this story. I received a copy of this story through Elle Wood Promotions, and this is my unsolicited review.

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