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    Don't Look Back

    There was a lot going on and so many inconsistencies it was hard to keep up with so many voices I found myself confused at times. Not sure if it was the story or the fever ravaging my body but I tend to think it was the story. Thais seemed to be pulled in too many directions and not sure what she was ultimately supposed to be doing but Dunn definitely was seduced and doing the seducing. This is supposed to be the last of this series. **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    Action packed

    This is a high action, fast paced story with a whole lot going on. At times a little too much. I had to backtrack to catch up a couple of times to clear up my confusion. Thais and Dunn were both interesting characters although they were both annoying at times. Didn't really feel the chemistry between them either. This was a pretty good story that wrapped up the series loose ends nicely. I was hoping for something more grand for the series finale but this was ok. I'd recommend.
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    Excellent Romantic Political Thriller

    Miranda Delacroix has made an enemy of Carl Davis. Miranda surrendered evidence to a Special Ops team implicating an associate of Carl's in a severe crime, injuring Carl's political career. Carl ordered an assassin to take out Miranda to safeguard his political goals. Don't Look Back by Dawn Ryder belongs to the Unbroken Heroes series. From the beginning, it was apparent this book was part of a series. Even though it was a bit disorienting at first, it quickly becomes clear how the characters fit into each other's pasts. All I needed was a basic understanding of past events, so I would say Don't Look Back could be read as a stand-alone novel. This book would be good for those who enjoy a political crime thriller, or romance novels. The pacing of Don't Look Back is frenetic. Switches in the narrative produce just enough to advance the plot before diverting the action to other characters. This method kept me invested in the intrigue. Various players attempt to outwit each other for victory. It immediately drew me into the events of the quest to bring down the enemy. The threat to Miranda's life brings her reclusive, billionaire son Dunn to the States from Scotland. The Special Ops team safeguarding Miranda have personal ties to her and her adult children. Thais, who is a member of Special Ops, and Dunn have a desire growing between them. Thais' assignment places her in position to guard Dunn and keep him from executing a premature move against Davis. When the two of them acknowledge the chemistry they share, they realize it is something they can no longer deny. When their physical encounters begin, Thais and Dunn are unsure how a relationship will work for them. The author gives insights into the emotional connection the couple is forming and walls they have both built begin to crumble. Even though Thais and Dunn fear what is growing between them, they determine the passion they feel for each other is worth experiencing. The injustice perpetrated by a political figure, assassination for power, was an act that one could argue hits a little close to home. Misdeeds in our government I absolutely believe happens. To the scale of covert assassinations, who's to say? Watching a group who could change things in this atmosphere, had me rooting for them. Witnessing Dunn and Thais' affection grow was a satisfying romance. They were sensual and intense. An alpha couple aptly paired. I most definitely recommend Don't Look Back by Dawn Ryder. I received an advance reader copy of this novel from NetGalley and St Martin’s Press for my honest opinion. I encourage all readers to reach their own conclusions.
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    Non-stop action and suspense

    From the Goodreads description: “Shadow Ops Agent Thais Sinclair has sworn off falling in love for good. It’s what’s kept her calculated, steady, and on-task in a world dominated by men. She needs nothing and no one but her own wits and strength to guide her. But when she’s slated to shadow the one man who could reveal their entire operation, all bets are off. Dunn Bateson, illegitimate son of a Southern debutante, has always had to fight harder than the rest to get what he wants. Now, the last thing he needs is Thais following his every move. She is so strong, sly, seductive. . . No woman has ever captivated him so completely. Thais may only have room for her mission in her heart, but is Dunn up to the challenge of showing her that she’s worth every risk he is willing to take?” Don’t Look Back is the sixth book in Dawn Ryder’s Unbroken Heroes series. This was a new-to-me author, so I had not read any of the previous books, and it was difficult to follow at times without knowing the history of the characters or previous events. Don’t Look Back was fast-paced with a lot of action and danger and a solid plot line focusing on politics. It was engrossing and had me reading to the end. However, there are several flaws that detracted from my enjoyment. Almost all of the characters had unusual names, which isn’t usually a problem but in this story I found it distracting. The dialogue was often wooden or had the characters speaking like gangsters, also taking away from the basic story and action. The romance between Dunn and Thais was sweet enough and had you hoping they could somehow work things out and end up together, but the actual romantic scenes were not well-written, swinging from childish writing to crude and outright vulgarity. I see there are many positive reviews for this book and the entire series, so perhaps it was just not for me. Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for providing an ARC. I was not required to provide a review and all opinions are my own.
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    Romantic Suspense

    Don’t Look Back by Dawn Ryder Unbroken Heroes #6 As the finale of this series I felt a bit let down. Yes, there was romance, action, intrigue, a bad guy thwarted and a team saved from extinction with cameos from past characters from the series but I felt it was all wrapped up too neatly without the real reason behind the whole kerfuffle and angst and drama between Davis and the others really coming to light. In this book Thais Sinclair, Shadow Ops Agent, finds her HEA with Dunn Bateson, wealthy millionaire and alpha hottie. The two seem to have danced around one another in the past - at least inferences are made that they have. I am not sure what the two have in common or why they are drawn to one another but they are and they seem to be happy together so glad they were able to get to a point where they can be together although, with her on the team and him a big hotshot running a huge company I am not sure just how that will work in the long run. Did I enjoy the book? Yes Will I read more books by this author? Yes Is this my favorite book in this series? Probably not but I did want to see how it all ended Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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