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    Excellent

    Excellent book! It's full of mystery, suspense, passion, and romance. Very well written with some characters you will love (Trey) and others you will hate (Nick). The story has lots of little twists and is very enjoyable. Trey Pierce has put everything into tracking down his best friends murderer. When a new lead come walking right through the front door, it seems too good to be true just like the woman herself. Ally Sheldon peaks Trey's interest like no other woman ever has. He knows deep in his gut that she's hiding something though. Something that could put them both in danger. Sure Ally wants to find her brother but there's more. I doesn't matter how attracted he is to Ally, Trey is determined to not only uncover her secrets but to also find his answers. I definitely recommend this one.
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    Standalone drama-filled romance

    Content warning: fatal drunk driving accident (retold in detail), alcoholism While this is the third in the Delta Force Brotherhood series, each book is a stand-alone, and I had no problems jumping in. The Brotherhood is an organization of ex-military vets who help those who can’t find help anywhere else. Ally gets involved with them when Jessie, the girlfriend of the head of the Brotherhood, agrees to investigate the disappearance of Ally’s adopted brother, Vincent, shortly before a big planned meeting in Las Vegas. While they don’t believe it’s likely he’s been kidnapped, as he has a habit of losing his bodyguard Edgar and getting drunk, he’s been gone for much longer than usual and the upcoming presentation is crucial to the future of the family company. At first Trey, the Brotherhood’s computer genius, can’t figure out why Jessie wants to involve him in the case – until he sees a picture of Vincent. Five years ago, Trey was injured and his best friend killed in a hit-and-run in New York. The case went cold, and the only clue Trey has is that the driver had a red diamond-shaped tattoo on his arm – exactly like Vincent has on his arm. Trey’s need for vengeance for his friend’s death has consumed him, and he needs to know if Vincent was the man responsible. Only problem is, he has to find him first… and deal with his inconvenient attraction to Ally. Ally is smart, driven, and the brains behind the family company. She’s been content – until now – to run the company behind the scenes while Vincent is the figurehead, taking most of the credit, partly because the construction industry is such a men’s club. Despite having been involved with the company for basically all her life, she’s still subject to snide comments and paternal dismissals because she’s a woman. So, despite the fact that Vincent is a complete jackass, Ally remains loyal to him because he’s family, and because of how he worked to make her feel at home when her aunt and uncle took her in after her parents’ death. Ally is not exactly squeaky clean – she’s almost as much an enabler as his parents, having cleaned up Vincent’s messes several times before – but given the heavy emphasis on family loyalty and the feeling that she “owes” them for taking her in, she came off as a sympathetic character, despite the cover-ups. Like boiling a frog, she’s been trapped in the dysfunctional family bubble for so long that she handles each of Vincent’s incremental transgressions without much grumbling, and it isn’t until his complete disappearance (and the realization of how freeing it is to run the company without Vincent’s meddling) and Trey’s support that his behavior finally tips the scale. And to her credit, when the rubber hits the road, she does the right thing. I went in to this book expecting more action, as this is romantic suspense, but, in the end, I wasn’t particularly disappointed by the lack of it. Most of the actually work tracking down Vincent is handled off-page, while Trey, Ally, and Edgar keep up the illusion of everything being business as usual. However, the sexual tension more than made up for it. Trey, being honorable to almost a fault – while the Brotherhood may skirt the law, they don’t break it – is reluctant to get involved with Ally while he suspects Vincent is a murderer, and doesn’t want to tell her about it until he’s sure Vincent’s the man responsible. Even so, he’s hard pressed to admit what, exactly, kind of closure he expects if he’s finally found his man. Ally, for her part, almost immediately realizes that something’s off with Trey, and while she figures it has something to do with Vincent, she never suspects the truth. Despite Ally’s defense of him, it was obvious from the beginning that Vincent was no peach, but it was hard to believe how much more I disliked him once he appeared on the page in person. The characterization – of the bad guys and good guys – is absolutely amazing, and while I didn’t agree with the characters actions, I felt they were consistent with their characters and backstories. What I really loved about this book, however, was Trey’s gradual coming to terms with the results of his hunt for revenge. Overall, this was a delightfully fun, drama-filled read. I will definitely be looking up the previous two books in the series. I’m hoping there will be more – I’m especially interested in Edgar, the ex-British Marine bodyguard. I received this book for free from NetGalley 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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    Loved

    Loved this book! Troy is a computer expert and part of the Brotherhood, when he meets Ally, a construction company executive that is dealing with her cousin's alcoholism and shenanigans when he (the cousin) goes missing. Troy is called in to try to help find him, but finds something more than the cousin. In addition to finding the answer to a problem that's haunted him for five years, he also found Ally, a woman who, if not for her cousin, he could love. This is a quickly moving story that hooked me from the first page and kept me hooked until the last page. I loved the characters and loved the story. While this is part of a series, this is a stand alone novel. This is a must read for fans of the genre and I've added the author to my must read authors' list.
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    Great series to read with sexy alpha military men!

    This is the third book in the “Delta Force Brotherhood” series by author Sheryl Nantus. This story was such a great addition to the series and I felt it could be as a standalone as with the other two books in this series. I love that the author has given us smart heroines coupled with alpha males in this series. The heroine in this story is not only smart; she’s brave, and loyal to those she cares about. But happens when those she’s loyal to, aren’t what they seem? When Ally goes to the Devil Playground in hopes to get help finding her stepbrother she finds more then she bargains for. Trey Pierce has used his computer skills to help the Brotherhood find those hidden secrets and get justice for those in need. But will his skills help him with answers to his past or destroy his future? Guess would have to read to find these answers for yourself. I can’t wait to read more from this series and author! ***I voluntarily reviewed this ARC for an honest review via NetGalley, this is my honest opinion and has not been influenced by the author, Publishers or NetGalley in anyway.*** Thank you!
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    Hard Pursuit

    This is the first book that I have read in the Delta Force Brotherhood series so let first let me tell you that it can be read as a standalone and the author does a great job of arousing reader’s curiosity about all the characters in the Brotherhood and the previous books, so be prepared to want to read them all. The plot is set at a steady pace with lots of suspenseful events that keep readers glued to the pages and caught up in the events as there are a few twists and turns and Trey’s mission to deliver justice complicates things which adds suspense and emotional drama to the story. The characters are strong and compelling easily drawing readers in and refusing to let go. The attraction between Trey and Ally sizzles with heat and passion but their romance is an emotionally turbulent one as both characters’ lives are complicated and pull them in different directions and there are quite a few emotional and sensitive choices that add to the suspense of whether this couple will have a happily ever after or not. I have read other books by Sheryl Nantus but they were of the paranormal variety, so when I saw this one I decided to give it a shot and I was not disappointed. The author brings her world to life with well written words that paints vivid images of her world and characters which it makes it easy for the reader to become caught up in their lives and the plot. I have added the first two books in the series to my TBR and I am looking forward to reading more in this series.
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