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    Two dominate men create an explosive passion

    This is the third book in the Gates of Heaven series. We were briefly introduced to James Masterson at the end of Finn. This is his story. Like his brother, he has a painful and difficult life. He is dealing with several problems since his release from military special ops. The two biggest being PTSD and survivors guilt. James is visiting his brother Finn at the Gates of Heaven. He loves his brother but he really wants everyone to leave him alone. He has too much on his plate right now and he can't deal with anything more. Enter Finn's friend Detective Richard Ross. Ross is a bit of a dominating control freak who has no problem stepping in when he sees problems. And he sees plenty of problems with James. After their usual head butting discussions James begins to feel guilty about something he said. He goes over to Ross's house and immediately senses that something is wrong. His training kicks in and he manages to rescue Ross's sister and niece from a psychotic criminal who escaped from prison. They think James is a hero but he doesn't agree. He was just doing what he was trained for. Next thing James knows, he is trapped in a house with Ross, his sister and niece for his protection. The two men will have to work out a way to co-exist or a criminal mastermind will be the least of their problems. Slowly they begin to learn about each other and earn each others respect. When treachery threatens them all, James comes up with a plan to escape and survive. Ross and James work together to save their family. I really enjoyed this well written story. It has it all - action, adventure, and romance. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Edge of your seat fun

    A very exciting story. Nice to see previous characters in these subsequent books of this series. James and Ross with their love/hate relationship is fun to watch. Even more fun is when the emotions turn to strictly love. The excitement this story delivers is quite enough to keep you on the edge of your seat. Very enjoyable. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Another great book in series

    I had read a few of these books before but I am getting so much more out of them as I read them in order. The way the stories and the people in them are intertwined is great. So often when I read a series like this I find that each book is just about one couple and in this series there is a focus on a couple, but the other characters are involved in each story. Even some of the bad guys carry over from book to book. Short review as I am Impatient to get on to the next book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Another winner!

    M. Tasia creates another winning book in the series. This writer writes with authenticity and realism. A totally believable story with characters to identify with on a personal level. An all round great read!
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    not looking

    James is not looking to get involved with anyone or anything. He has been through enough. He is dealing with the impact of his military service and yet when he is called in to help Ross with a situation involving Ross' family's safety, James pitches in despite the fact that he is dealing with PSTD and survivor's guilt. These men who are used to be in control have to learn to trust one another to be there for each other. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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