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    Great trio

    Loved this trio of stories, the characters and the way they intermingled together. Against the Heart - Kat Martin This has everything needed for a novella. With enough angst and drama to move the story, it’s rich with emotion as Meri and Ian struggle with their growing attraction. Meri, whose main concern is her daughter, was sweet and kind but with a backbone of steel. I loved that Ian recognized something wasn’t right and wanted to solve the problem but respected Meri too much to force himself into whatever the situation was. Together, with the addition of Lily and Ian’s father, Daniel, this story was all things of the heart. I found myself loving them all early in the story and so much more by the time it ended. For such a quick read, this had all the feels to it. Shaken - Rebecca Zanetti Holy heck! How did this author manage to hook me, reel me in and serve me up in such a short space of time? This book is everything I love about her work but in a deliciously small package. Of course, this had my favorite type of hero. Evan was wonderful in the way he stepped in to protect Michelle, whether she wanted it or not. They have a history that leads believability to their relationship and adds to the chemistry that’s between them. Man, they absolutely sizzled! This has a lot of danger, drama and action as well as one particular character that crossed-over from his series, and who I am dying to read more about. With his addition, this had some great humor to alleviate that outside angst this couple were fighting against. With a few twists I never saw coming, and some nice interlacing with the previous story, I finished this one with a huge smile. Echoes of the Past - Alexander Ivy When Mel risks her life to help a student she runs smack dab into Gray, the man from her past she hasn’t been able to forget. Together, they work to catch the person or persons who are out to not only capture the boy, but that are working with a drug cartel as well. This works the case quite a bit with a little romance in between. I struggled some connecting with both Mel and Gray. Perhaps because this book was shorter than the others and I didn’t get a chance to really understand their past history enough. Despite that, they did an excellent job working together and both made adult decisions when it came down to dealing with their issues.
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    Great mix of stories!

    I love trying out anthologies so that I can find new authors, and Kat Martin and Alexandra Ivy are new authors to me. I've read and loved Rebecca Zanetti, so I knew this anthology would be worth it just for her story alone. I was happy to see Zanetti's characters are from one of her series that I am reading and loving right now. The best part is that the other two stories were equally as good. I'm so curious now what characters Kat Martin and Alexandra Ivy brought from their other series, that's me assuming they are not brand new characters. Each story are the size of a novella and I think they all did a great job of making a short story feel like a completed book. I especially enjoyed how each story had common characters that flowed from the first to the last story. It made all three feel connected and like you were reading one book. I'm looking forward to reading my new-to-me authors and thank you Rebecca Zanetti for giving me more of the Deep Ops series!
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    Great Trio

    Three short stories that will get your heart pumping from the first page. It’s not every day you can say that every book in a anthology was great but this is one of those. Every story has action, suspense and a sexy love story. Meri Jones is on the run from a crazy ex when she meets Ian Brodie. He hires her to help him with his fathers house. Melanie Cassidy runs a youth center. When she gets involved with a young boy in trouble Gray Hawkins comes to the rescue. Michelle Peach calls a friend for help and he first love Evan Bolden shows up. Searching for her crazy mother brings out old feelings. It’s my first Kay Marten book but I’m a long time fan of Ms Zanetti and Ivy. I have to say Shaken was my favorite because I love Wolfe, Roscoe and Kat from Deep Ops who show up to help out.
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    3 romantic suspense stories in one book

    Three interwoven stories Three women Three men Trouble and chaos Problems to solve Romance to enjoy HEA’s to see happen Loved this collection AGAINST THE HEART by Kat Martin Meriweather “Meri” Jones has not had an easy life. She is running from a bad guy when she realizes she has to stop and earn some money before she can move on to a safe place where she can’t be found. Ian Brodie, owner of a security firm, needs help tidying his father’s home and serendipitously he meets Meri at just the right point in both their lives to lend her a hand through giving her a job. They work hard, pussyfoot around one another and almost miss their chance. Loved Ian’s father and that side story just about as much as Meri & Ian’s. Lily was a sweetie, too. SHAKEN by Rebecca Zanetti Michelle Pamela Peach found a safe haven and the man she thought she would love forever when she landed in her last foster home. The job that Evan Boldon did in the military kept them apart while he was away then kept them apart when she couldn’t handle the stress of his job. They come together again when she is in need and he is there to provide protection. Watching the embers rekindle was fun and their HEA a joy to see. ECHOES OF THE PAST by Alexandra Ivy Detective Gray Hawkins is in the nick of time to assist Melanie Cassidy save a young boy from kidnappers. The two had dated before but Melanie was leery and not eager to get back together with Gray though he was more than eager to win her back. The corrupt cops were the mystery to be solved and eventually that did happen...as did the HEA they so richly deserved. This was a fun collection of linked stories by three different authors. I thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to reading more books by all three authors. Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington-Zebra for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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    Excellent Book!

    I really enjoyed reading this anthology. I have never read any books by Kat Martin and Alexandra Ivy, however, I love Rebecca Zanetti books and that is why I wanted to try this anthology. I was hoping to discover new authors that I would enjoy reading and I was not disappointed. Each of the stories within this anthology are basically a 'novella' and I was impressed with how well the 3 authors did making the 'novellas' feel like a complete story. I had expected choppiness between the 3 stories and that didn't happen. The stories read smoothly. I loved the fact that there were connections between the 3 stories with common characters. The character connections made me feel like it was a complete book and I loved the flow. I also loved seeing characters from Rebecca's Deep Ops series, this connection made me fall in love with this anthology much quicker. As I said previously, I've never read any stories by Kat Martin and Alexandra Ivy and after reading this book I am curious to see which characters they brought from previous series and I look forward to reading more of their work. This book was extremely well written, has well developed characters, a common theme / intriguing plot line, and overall is just a really great book. I highly recommend reading this book!!
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