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  • Gardin delivers another explosive romantic suspens

    Disclaimer: ARC received in exchange for an honest review Mine to Save by Diana Gardin pairs reclusive bartender Bennett Blacke with the socially-graceless Night Eagle Securities tech savant Sayward Diaz in a fast-paced, high-stakes romance that will ensnare readers. This is the third book in Gardin’s Rescue Ops series, and for my money, it’s the one that stands out the most. The highlight of this story isn’t the mounting suspense or the plot that sucks you in, but rather the romantic pairing of the prickly, ex-Special Forces soldier and the moderately autistic hacker. Bennett is the prototypical alpha male. But despite his broody, dominant, demanding demeanor, Sayward is able to slip past all his defenses; he’s instantly taken by the woman known as Viper. Conversely, Sayward is a unicorn, the absolute definition of unique; she’s awkward, unrefined, unrepentantly honest, and one-of-a-kind. But her diagnosis, her residence on the spectrum, is what makes her so truly rare. And it’s Gardin’s innate ability to imbue ALL of her characters with dignity and respect, regardless of their issues or baggage, that makes her characters authentic and relatable and her stories leap off the pages, despite situations that defy every day scenarios. It was a thing of beauty to watch Bennett gain Sayward’s trust, to witness their relationship grow despite the personal issues each of them carried and all of the hurdles they faced. Credit to Gardin for imagining both male and female protagonists so vastly different from the typical romance-novel stereotypes. Sayward was charming and, despite her oddities, accessible to all readers. And readers won’t be able to deny Bennett’s magnetism, despite his stand-offish behaviors. Plus, the chemistry between these two was explosive (and not just because that was our boy Bennett’s military specialty). Once again, Gardin brings her A-game, delivering another sexy, swoonworthy story that’s the perfect blend of action and romance.

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  • Good read

    My first read by this author, and I enjoyed it. Sayward was definitely a truly unique and loveable heroine and Bennett a true alpha.

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