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    A good addition to the series.

    Montana Ranger's Wedding Vow starts off with a heart-stopping scene that grabbed my attention and and didn't let go. Someone is sabotaging weddings/newlyweds and a limousine carrying a newly married couple goes over a cliff. While this book can easily be read as a standalone without fear of being lost, I loved that we got to revisit some of the characters from earlier books in the series. A retired D-Force soldier, Viper is new to the Brotherhood Protector's. He is partnered with Dallas, a medically retired Army Ranger who lost part of her leg serving her country. They pose as an engaged couple planning their wedding, to try and draw out the saboteur. The story had several heart-pounding moments but the scene where Viper rescues Dallas may be one of the most exciting I've ever read by Elle James. I had two small issues with the story: 1. There was no mention of an engagement ring for Dallas. Even though it was a fake engagement there should have been a ring. 2. In the scene where Viper rescues Dallas he was cut up but there was no mention of patching him up (I can't say more without spoilers). If you like romantic suspense, and hot former military characters, you should enjoy Montana Ranger's Wedding Vow. An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.

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