Published by St. Martin's Paperbacks on February 27th 2018
I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Goodreads
The Unbroken Heroes are back! Agent Dare Servant is aghast at this fellow Ops members settling down. He knows without doubt that the domestic life will never be for him - the thrill of the chase and the high of danger to strong to ever give up. But when a quirky and charming caterer ends up smack dab in the middle of a criminal mastermind's plot, Dare will uphold his honor and protect her. Even though she pushes all his buttons. Even though her beauty drives him to distraction. Even though he's in danger of losing his heart to her and hanging up his Shadow Ops life for good…
Dare Servant is close to getting the incriminating evidence he needs on a guy he’s been trying to take down. He is focused on his career and has no plans of settling down. When an unsuspecting caterer gets in the middle of one of his stings he is caught up protecting her. She surprises him by helping him and he is in real danger of losing his heart.
In ” an Oyster Shell – It was not my favorite book it was not clean and relied on the sexual relationship more than anything to carry the book through.
The Pearls – I love a special ops book. Dare Servant was ever the special law enforcement guy. It made for an interesting premise.
There were some gritty realities in the story but was interesting. There was the gruesome reality of the sex trade. I was glad the author had her hero fighting hard to put an end to those things.
It was a sweet ending that Dare had a change of heart. It was nice that the heroine could stand up to the walls he had built up around himself.
The Sand – I was disappointed in this book. This publisher usually puts out really good books and that was not the case this time. As I mentioned before it relied heavily on the sex factor and I don’t like books like that.