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  • Tightly-plotted, action-packed romantic suspense

    Disclaimer: ARC received in exchange for an honest review Again, with her latest book, Sworn to Protect, author Diana Gardin displays her gift for wrapping suspense, intrigue, passion, and romance into one blazing, all-consuming package that readers just can't put down. Sworn to Protect is the first installment in her new Rescue Ops series, a companion to her previous Battle Scars series. And again, this time with a couple looking for a second chance at their happily-ever-after, Gardin invites readers to the homey and welcoming, but small, coastal Carolina town she's so vividly imagined. With her new Rescue Ops series, Gardin continues to flesh out the lives and loves of the Night Eagle Security crew, starting with one Jeremy Teague. Jeremy, a former Army Ranger and police officer, is the "Brains" of the crew, bringing to the team his computer skills and fascination for gadgets and technology. It's so easy to love Gardin's leading men, especially the Night Eagle crew; they're all alpha male with an air of danger humming just below the surface, yet they're fiercely protective, loyal, dutiful, and devoted. Single-mom and administrative assistant Rayne Alexander comes running back to North Carolina after a dangerous encounter with her boss in Phoenix. After securing a job at Night Eagle, fate, with an assist from Rayne's sister, Olivia, reunites Rayne with high school sweetheart Jeremy. I'm so glad Gardin didn't obfuscate the true nature of the couple's relationship. Disclosing the details (and resulting consequences) of Jeremy and Rayne's previous romantic entanglements early in the story allows Gardin to jump right into the present-day action, which makes Jeremy and Rayne's current romantic pursuits and eventual reunion dynamic and engrossing, so engaging the reader yearns to finish it in one sitting. Sworn to Protect is by far one of Gardin's strongest literary showings. The book was solid: tightly plotted, action-packed, the romance and suspense blended masterfully -- just really compelling stuff. This is probably my favorite of Gardin's books since I fell hard for Grisham and Greta in Saved by the SEAL. With Ronin ready for the book treatment next, I'm eager for Gardin's next installment in the Rescue Ops series, Promise to Defend.

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