This is book three in the series. While I have really enjoyed this series so far, this one seemed to be almost identical to the others. Jake Summers is definitely a hot and sexy alpha SEAL. When Jake became too close to one of his SEAL’s sister’s four years prior, he simply walked away. Now, Jake is finding himself out of a job and moving on to the next chapter of his life.
Michelle (Shell) is raising her son on her own and is an extremely caring woman, especially when it comes to her brother and his command. Shell has had to make some tough decisions over the years and after a massive break-up with Jake she vows to move on. Shell’s husband died in Afghanistan, and she has been raising her son alone and is determined that he will not lead a difficult life as she has. Unfortunately, Shell’s brother and all of the men in his command have a 50,000 hit out for each of them due to an arm’s deal that went terribly wrong. When the dealer’s brother in law gets wind of Shell, he decides to place a hit on her as well,.
Shell’s brother, Frank, ask Jake to step in to protect Shell While the Black Knights resolve the situation. This book had potential but missed the mark. One instance that I found absolutely stupid and made me wonder as a reader was a particular gun scene where one of the guy’s fires a shot while holding a bear – I mean please give the reader some credit as to the believability of the score. This is also a plot that has been saturated from not only this series but other books as well where couple separates and then all of a sudden they meet up after a few years and whola there is a child! I will continue to read the next installment and then make my decision if I am going to continue with the series.
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