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  • Excellent addition to the series

    C. B. Samet is becoming my go-to for romantic suspense when I want a heavier emphasis on the action, suspense, & thrills. I also enjoy that Ryan and Jenna get to really know each other, yes it's insta-attraction but by the time the "I love yous" are shared I felt it a true reflection of their relationship. In typical Samet style all romantic scenes are closed door. While each Rider Files book is a stand alone with a complete story, there are secondary character arcs that run through and these are best read/listened to in order. Jenna is a Critical Care doctor with a teenage son and an ex-husband with a gambling addiction. She meets Ryan while taking some time off at her parent's Antiguan resort and he is on a low-key reconnaissance job. While things don't work out for them there, they are later thrust into each other's lives when Jenna's ex offers her up as payment for his gambling debts. Neither has stopped thinking of the other in the interim. I don't want to spoil the plot points - but I really appreciated the numerous action scenes in this one spaced out with intermissions of calm where we get to know Jenna, Ryan, as well as their friends and coworkers better. It never feels like there is too much angst or drama, yet the story is still captivating. (so much so that I listened to it in one day!) Samet is also building future story lines for Maxine & her son as well as the spunky blue-haired tech genius Claire. Less prominent and I don't see any books for him yet - but I do hope Reece will get his own HEA. I'm eager to jump into the next book, McMillan File.

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