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    Protector for Hire

    I absolutely loved Protector for Hire! I think it's my favorite book in this series by Tawna Fenske. In Protector For Hire Tawna entertained me with a lot of laugh out loud moments, but she also really brought in some serious, heart wrenching emotions. I loved both of the main characters. Janelle might be a big city girl, but she adapts remarkably well to the wilderness she finds herself in. There are no airs about her! She was real, funny, and very likable. Schwartz has a lot of layers that are peeled back in Protector For Hire, and he's a man who stole my heart and really made me feel. He has so much inner turmoil, and Janelle brings lightness when he least expects it. Schwartz and Janelle get very close, emotionally and physically in Protector For Hire. The chemistry between them is hot, and the connection is palpable. Schwartz doesn't want to feel, but he does. Janelle has been running terrified for her life, and Schwartz makes her feel so safe. What happens when they give in to the passion simmering between them is both hot and touching, and very relevant to their stories. The danger is not over though...can Schwartz keep focused and keep her safe? I loved the journey these two characters took. Protector for Hire is mostly Schwartz and Janelle, but the secondary characters who do make appearances are strong and memorable, great additions to the plot. I really liked Schwartz's family and how they were. I loved the wilderness setting, and Tawna describes things vividly. I'd highly recommend Protector For Hire to any romance reader who doesn't mind the laughter along with the tears!
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    Excellent

    Fun witty banter between the main characters make this an incredibly enjoyable read. This entire series has been fun to read! In this book Janelle Kebbler needs protection from her murdering ex husband. Where better to hide a city girl than in the woods with a grumpy recluse?? For eight years Schwartz Patton has hidden himself away from everyone after devastating losses in Iraq scarred his heart. Now his brother has tracked him down and asked for his help. Protecting this feisty, beautiful woman may be harder than he expected though!! This is a good one and I definitely recommend it.
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    Her Hero

    Schwartz Patton takes care of hiding Janelle Keebler as a favor for his brother. Her sister Anna, is married to his brother Grant. Janelle has a drug dealing, murdering, scum of an ex-husband who is trying to find her. Schwartz hides her in his cabin in the Montana wilderness. For a city girl, she really likes being away from it all. Like him, she can work from home on her laptop. As a graphic designer it does not matter where she is to work. She even learns to love his dog that is part wolf. Janelle is worried that her past has clouded her future. She believes she has bad taste in men. She is uncertain where her life will lead from here. Will she have to hide from her ex forever? Her attraction to Schwartz, however, is immediate. Schwartz has to protect her. He has a past that makes him feel like a failure in his military family. He feels like he should be alone. He punishes himself. He cannot make a mistake with Janelle. The attraction will just have to wait. This story is so good about PTSD and self esteem. I am not sure the author intended that, but it is a sincere book about building someone up. I was impressed with the honesty the characters share right from the start. He really does protect her and the banter alone is worth reading. ***This ARC was free from Netgalley.com and its publisher for review purposes.
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    Schwart's story was worth the wait!

    In this sexy contemporary romance, book 4 in the Front and Center series but easily read as a standalone, Schwartz has become a self-imposed hermit, haunted by his military past. Only recently has he started to reconnect with his brother Grant, and when Grant needs his help, he can't refuse. Grant's sister-in-law Janelle needs protection from her drug lord and murderer ex-husband, and Schwartz's solitary cabin off the grid is the perfect location to hide out while Schwartz's brothers track him down. But Schwartz has forgotten what it's like to have a female around all the time, and Janelle's presence softens something in him, making him realize how much he's been missing. Can he keep Janelle safe and when the danger is over, will he be willing to let her go? Like others who've eagerly anticipated Schwartz's story, I thoroughly enjoyed his tale. Schwartz has been an enigma since mentioned in previous books, with no revelation to explain his hermit like existence until now. Here we have a man who is so deep in his self-loathing over actions that he blames himself for, that he's cut himself off from his military family, thinking they would never understand what happened. Despite this, the angst level of the story isn't that high (no ugly crying) but there is definitely a lot of empathy for Schwartz and what he's put himself through. He's a gruff, solitary, man but didn't used to be that way, and Janelle's presence starts to bring back his more human side. Janelle is a city girl through and through but is determined to do whatever is necessary to escape her ex-husband, and if a remote cabin is what it takes, she'll do it. I liked her character a lot - she's still got a lot of fire in her, she's friendly and vivacious and the complete opposite of Schwartz. But as they say, opposites attract, and there is a chemistry between them from their first meeting that won't be denied. While Schwartz is torn between trying to protect Janelle and wanting to make love to her, Janelle feels less restraint on her end and they end up sharing some steamy scenes together. What I really enjoy about this author's writing though, is that there are elements of humor throughout the story, so even love scenes make you smile. It was great to see some of the characters from previous stories in the series, in particular Schwartz's family as he finally admits that keeping himself from them hasn't helped him to heal. I really enjoyed watching him come out of his shell. For me, this was a great mix of action, sex, humour and a sweet romance. 4. 5 stars.
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    In love with the Patton family.

    Protector For Hire is the fourth book in Front and Center Series and it made me want to read the first three books. It can be read as a standalone without difficulties but I got curious about the previous stories, so I'll probably read the first books in this series. Grant, Schwartz's brother, asks him to hide and protect Janelle from her ex husband and even though Schwartz has been living like a recluse for the past ten years, he can't refuse his brother's request, so he agrees to protect her and figures it's going to be like any other mission. One that he's determined to accomplish at all costs. Janelle is on the run and needs to fall off the grid but she doesn't have the skills to do it alone, so she has to trust Schwartz, who she never met, to protect her and to hide her until her ex husband is in jail. Janelle beats herself up for her poor choice in men and Schwartz has been punishing himself for surviving his last tour. I really loved Schwartz, his burden is heavy and his values are held high. I really liked how Janelle got under his skin, how she made him open up and it was a real surprise how the city girl adapted so well to the wilderness. Apart for the lack of good coffee! But in all their differences, they're perfect for each other. Their story is full of humor (their trips to town were hilarious!), suspense, lots of heat and sweet moments. And the Patton family won my heart! I'm adding the first three books in this series to my TBR list.
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