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    Gripping and surprisngly sexy romantic suspense

    Sometimes you can tell when a book is carefully crafted with superb attention to details. I’ve seen it in this author’s other books, but the nuances are especially apparent in this title. Hard Line is the second book in Miss Bell’s Woodbury Boys series. Although it does feature a new main couple and could be read as a standalone, the continued story arcs from the previous book would make it difficult to follow some of the plotlines. Hard Line picks up 8 months after the end of Loose Cannon and details Tobias’s story. Once again I was bowled over by the depth of the characters, backstories, and current plots and conflicts. There were a lot of details to follow but I was glued to my e-reader and I really appreciated how the books tied together. Miss Bell always does complex characters well, but Tobias and Sullivan surprised me a few times with their depth and some hidden aspects to their personalities and histories. The romance between these two ignited fairly quickly, but the substantial amount of development within the relationship and for Tobias as an individual ensured it never felt rushed, shallow, or hinted at insta-love. I definitely hadn’t anticipated the BDSM element, and while I generally don’t read within that trope, the author wrote those scenes with such emphasis on the characters that I never felt a tinge of disinterest or out of my depth. In fact, the chemistry between Tobias and Sullivan ignited my e-reader more than a couple times. Beyond the romance, Hard Line is a complex, suspense-driven plot involving the enigmatic secondary character, Ghost. There were multiple twists that kept me guessing and trying to connect the dots, good action scenes, and a satisfying resolution. Featuring a measured, but intense pace, this book made for a great read that was incredibly addicting. I think fans of hurt-comfort or slow-build romantic suspense books will really enjoy this title and series. And after the few more glimpses we got of Ghost in this story, I’m definitely eager to see what the author has in store for the Woodbury Boys next. *eARC provided by Netgalley. The publisher and author had no influence over this review*
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