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    a missing child case brings former fbi agent alec banner into asher winsome's orbit in valor. as the uncle to the kidnapped child, he's willing to do anything to get his nephew back home safely. the winsome family dynamics are challenging, to say the least, but asher connects instantly with alec, and it's something more than insta-lust. but alec doesn't give them a proper chance. incorrectly assuming that it was just heightened emotions that fueled their connection. and this assumption cuts asher deeply. when concerns about whether or not he is being targeted surface, the winsome family reaches out to alec. and alec soon finds himself jumping into shark-infested waters for another chance at getting closer to asher. he would do anything to keep him safe, and once he realizes that he's not going to stop fighting for asher at every turn. especially since it's a matter of life or death. this is another great installment in the until you series. **valor will publish on january 14, 2019. i received an advance reader copy courtesy of netgalley/ninestar press in exchange for my honest review.
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    My first book by this author, but not the last one

    This was a really enjoyable read. The author writing flows easily and the story is full of suspense and tension. The characters are interesting and complex, and even as the chemistry between Asher and Alec is evident from the beginning, this is put aside until Asher's nephew is safe and sound. Even then, what Alec perceived as his shortcomings prevent them from getting together and they part ways. But not all was so clean-cut as they had thought, and when Asher's life is in peril, Alec will run to the rescue. The mystery's plot is really well done, and the slow-build romance was, IMHO, perfect. And even as this book is part of a series it can be perfectly read as a standalone. I did :P That said, I'll be reading more from this author pretty soon. I received an ARC from NetGallery, and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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