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    Good wrap up to the series

    I really enjoyed the first two books in the Capital Confessions series and was so excited we would finally get Kate's story. I will say I was a little hesitant about Kate after her actions in Flirting with Scandal, but I started Falling for Danger with an open mind. I'll say straight off, I didn't love Falling for Danger as much as I loved the first 2 books in the series. I honestly felt like I was working to read it at times. I loved the chemistry between Kate and Matt, but didn't enjoy the subterfuge of hiding out and trying to prove Kate's dad and Matt's dad were behind everything that had happened. I had a hard time buying into the fact that a parent would put their child in danger intentionally. Of course, neither father is really your normal parent in my opinion. I loved the re-connection between Kate and Matt from the very beginning. They really did almost pick up right where they left off 4 years ago. I had no problems getting how protective they were of one another and how strong their attraction was after 4 years. I also loved that we got to see Kate with Blair and Jackie and absolutely love how the 3 sisters have become their very own family. I think part of the reason I enjoy this series as much as I do is because of the connection between the sisters. I will say I felt like the wrap up of the story was a bit abrupt. I knew they would have to move fast in the end, but almost felt like the ending was too fast. While Falling for Danger wasn't my favorite book in the Capital Confessions series, it does did wrap up the series and let us see each of the Reynolds’ sisters find their perfect partner and their very own version of a happily ever after. I look forward to reading more books from the author in the future. Review copy provided by publisher
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    Intense Conclusion to the series

    Kate Reynolds has never been the same since the death of her fiancé, Matt, a Special Forces soldier on an operation in Afghanistan four years ago. Driven by her grief at his loss and her suspicions that his death was not an accident, she has dedicated her life to exposing the truth about what really happened. Her college degree, her career choice as a CIA analyst, event her brief stint as a blogger for the Capital Confessions blog have all been with the ultimate goal of avenging Matt's death, regardless of the cost and the potential danger to her. And it appears that she is getting close to the truth because she's become the target of a home invasion and a street mugging, both aimed at divesting her of the cache of documents she amassed and stopping her investigation. However, she gets help from the last person she ever expected: a scarred, hardened warrior with an even bigger stake in unraveling the truth of that mission. Joining forces, they uncover a treasonous plot to provide arms to warlords with interests in direct conflict with those of the US, a plot fueled by the need for power and financial gain, a plot that, if exposed could lead to the downfall of very powerful men, the kind of men that are very ruthless in neutralizing any threats to their positions. This installment of the series was quite different from the previous books and the intensity from the first page just ratchets up and up, keeping me glued to the pages. Also, a lot of what has driven Kate's choices from the previous books becomes clearer. You can't help but admire her for her determination to find out what happened to the love of her life and her fearlessness in taking on what amounts to Goliath, even as you fear for her safety and her chances of coming out unharmed, because Kate and her savior appear to be playing catch up as every one of their sources gets systematically eliminated as the conspirators clean house. With her world turned upside down, Kate finds herself playing for higher stakes and hopeful for the first time after losing Matt that there could be happiness in her future but she is not the girl she once was and her battle scarred warrior is not the young boy he was. In spite of that, they have a chance to create a future for themselves that may not be conventional but is exactly what works for them. After Kate's antics in Playing with Trouble, I wasn't sure I would care much for her but I really was surprised. She is passionate, stubborn and holds nothing back. FALLING FOR DANGER is full of surprises, intense action, danger and lots of emotions. I have mixed feelings about the end but I'm glad that Kate got closure, although in a less spectacular fashion than I would have preferred. I definitely did not expect this series to go in this direction but I love that Ms. Cleeton was able to combine all the different story-lines into a truly exceptional series. I really wish there were some more Reynolds sisters coming out of the woodwork because I don't want this series to end and I look forward to more from her. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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    This is Kate's story.

    This is Kate's story. Action packed full of suspense and good hot love making and not necessarily in that order. This was the best Capital Confessions out of the trilogy. Oh how I wish there was another sister just to get another good read from Capital Confessions blog.

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