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    4 Stars

    Neil is the second book in the uncompromising series, although I read this book not having read the first and was able to follow the story with ease. This was my first time reading anything written by Sybil Bartel, and overall I enjoyed her writing style. This one is a difficult review to write as overall I really enjoyed this book, but the hero in particular left a little to be desired from my point of view. I found the heroine to be like-able and quite believable, but she is also naive at times and has frustrating moments in regard to her interactions with her ex. Arial is a single mother, doing her best to raise her son, her ex is pretty useless and in and out of both her and her son's life and she keeps trying to believe the best in him even though he is a cheater and has a history of making bad choices. Neil is an Ex-Danish Military Special Forces operative, he is a complete alpha, strong and incredibly intelligent . He is also cold, detached, arrogant and and has quite an abrasive personality. Neil's character doesn't mince words, which I found off putting. Neil only refers to Connor the heroine's son as the boy or your son, never using his name as he doesn't want to form attachments. This form of identification really irritated me every time I read it. This book is told from the sole point of view of the heroine, Ariel which for me made it really difficult to form a connection and relate very much to Neil especially considering his monosyllabic speech patterns. I really enjoyed the action, drama and suspense of this book. The twists and turns kept me enthralled with the plot. I hope to read more of Sybil's work in the future.
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