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    4.5 Stars!

    4.5 Stars The Stranger was my first time reading anything written by Anna del Mar. Although it's the second book in the Wounded Warrior Series, it can defineltly be read as a stand alone. The Stranger is Seth Erickson and Summer Silva's story. Both these characters are not only interesting, but are incredibly complex and intriguing. Summer is an incredibly strong heroine. She's reliable and dependable the glue that holds her family together, so when her sister goes missing in Alaska she drops everything to find her. She is willfull, stubborn and has a hot temper. Seth is a wealthy, brooding, wounded, distrutful alpha male. Seth is incredibly intelligent, an engineer, a savy businessman and a pilot. He's a loner, who craves the isolation that is afforded by living in the Alaskan wilderness. Seth was wounded in battle and struggles with his past. He's both scarred on the outside and the inside. Summer struggles to trust others particularly males, but a series of events has her putting her trust in Seth. They work together to find her sister, outwit Seth's family and keep Summer out of harms reach. I really enjoyed the intrigue, suspense and mystery of this story line. The chemistry between the pair was both entertaining and engaging. The loves scenes were incredibly well written much like the rest of the book. This book tends to be quite a series read, but there were a few lighthearted moments that had me laughing out loud, generally where Astrid and Louise were included in the story line. I really enjoyed The Stranger, and cannot wait to experience more of Ana's work in the future.
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