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    Completely entertaining

    I found this to be an excellent book and completely entertaining. The characters in this one are troubled, David more than Maygen, but striving everyday to live life to the fullest. David struggles daily with issues of PTSD but there is something about Maygen that just being around her calms him and is issues aren't quite as troubling. Maygen has lived her life under the domineering and overprotective thumb of her father. She's now trying to take control of her life and doesn't want anyone trying to control her again. When fate puts David in her path she feels blessed. There's an attraction between them that can't be denied and she feels secure with him. That is until lies and secrets are revealed that shatter all the trust she had placed in him. Will he ever be able to get her to forgive him?? This book is very well done and it's one I highly recommend.
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    I wanted to like this one more.

    Dark Corners is the third book in the True Heroes series but it can be read as a standalone. I’ve read the first two books and loved book 2, Glass Ceilings. Unfortunately, I just couldn’t get into this book. I normally read a book of this length (a bit over 200 pages) in two days or less but I struggled to finish this one. I put it aside two different times to read other books but finally decided I’m going to finish this. It’s rare that I do not finish (DNF) a book (the writing or editing has to be spectacularly bad) and I’m not sorry that I persevered and finished this one. At about the half way point I finally became engaged in the story and was able to finish it. I wish I could pinpoint the problem. I don’t really think it was the writing, or at least not totally, so maybe it was the story itself that just didn’t work for me. I usually love stories with broken military characters – in this case, David, the hero – so maybe it was the heroine? I will say that I found the spelling of her name, Maygen, to be distracting. I’m over 60 so maybe I’m just old school, but I really don’t get all of the weird spelling of names that seems to be so popular lately. This is the first time that I’ve actually found it to be a distraction while reading, though. The story ended up having a couple of pretty unexpected twists which I liked and didn’t see coming. The clues may have been there but I didn’t see them. Dark Corners is full of off the charts, steamy, sexy time but that just wasn’t enough to do it for me. I’m rating it three stars because, for the most part, I thought the writing was good. I’m giving the book the benefit of the doubt and figuring at least part of the problem was me. It’s quite possible that I just wasn’t in the right mood for this story when I picked it up. ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley but this did not influence my opinion or rating of the book.
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    action, suspense and romance

    When I started reading this book I said to myself oh no not again. Because I was not satisfied with the first book in the series. I was pleased and positively surprised because everything that bothered me from the beginning of the book that started to revealed and everything made sense. Like how they met, and why did I had the feeling that we see just some part of David personality. Maygen and David were interesting characters. The story turned out to be so much more. It has action, suspense and romance combined with heat and passion. *ARC provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review
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    Great characters and a great story!

    David Cavello was a Private in the U. S. Army when his best friend was killed right next to him. Now, out of the Army, David is having a tough time adjusting to life and dealing with PTSD. David is Angela Cavello's sister, whom we met in Glass Ceilings (the second book in this series). When David "runs into" Maygen Whitney on the streets of New York, sparks fly. I just loved their banter together. They both were funny, flirty and downright sexy. I loved how David pursued Maygen...he was so sweet and cute...completely perfect! Maygen seemed to calm David down and he quickly realized that he actually wanted her in his life. Of course there was negative vibes coming from Maygen's dad. He has always been over protective of her ever since her mom passed away when Maygen was only 5. Just when David and Maygen's lives were looking up, devastating secrets are revealed and both of their lives fall apart. Just when Maygen is finally dealing with all the secrets, another big event happens and she can only hope that David will come to her rescue. Overall, this was a great story with very likable characters. You get a good insight into PTSD and really feel for anyone dealing with it. I really loved their happy ending...it was perfect for them!
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    Third book is the charm! Loved it!

    I love this True Hero’s series, but so far, this is my favorite book in the series! It can be read as a standalone, the characters from the previous books are involved in this story, but it’s not necessary to know the history, it just adds a richness to the overall story. David and Maygen are amazing together! The story had twists I didn’t see coming so I was surprised quite a few times as the story unfolded! There are so many feels in this book. I had the stomach plummets, the heart burn and a lump in my throat. I loved every minute of it and I couldn’t put it down. Maygen is an awesome heroine. She is strong, loving, feisty and isn’t afraid to fight for David, until he betrays her trust. David is working through PTSD on his own, refusing to take medication and therapy until he figures out he can’t live without his light (Maygen) to light his dark corners. He returns to therapy and tries to win Maygen back, even if is just as a friend because he needs her in his life. I won’t tell you anymore and I highly recommend this book. It has suspense, great banter, colorful friends and family to add spice to story, steamy sexy times, and a sweet love story.
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