Be Steele my heart. I love the Kelly men but I have to say watching Steele and Rio who were known as cold hard warriors fall in love and show us there softer sides has been panty melting hot.
We got to see a glimpse of the human Steele in PJ’s book but in Forged we get to see a whole new side. After he and a few of his team are injured they go to Maren Scofield, a doctor they saved before, and one that had gotten under Steele’s skin. Steele decides he just needs one night with her and problem solved. Yeah that doesn’t go so well cause soon he is back for more. But soon after he leaves Maren for a mission she is taken by a bad man and he is out of his head to find her.
I loved all the one on one times between Steele and Maren. They were just perfect for each other. There was plenty of face time with all the Kelly’s and the three teams and even a great POV from Rio. Its good to see that now that these two are domesticated that they have toned down the rivalry between them.
As always I loved this latest in the KGI series.
ps: What’s up with Hancock??
Delilah Devlin has another winner on her hands in her latest book in the Caitlyn O’Connell series. With its many laugh out loud moments, the sexy luvin between Cait and Sam, Cait’s continuing battle to stay sober along with fighting demons this book rocks from beginning to end.
This time all the spooky happenings go on in a hotel were bodies are being found in the walls that have been aged. Seems the demon has attached himself to the hotel and Cait is asked to help again to try and stop the demon.
Sam and Kait are still an on again/off again couple trying to slowly get over all the past pain they have caused each other. Sam’s still a wary man of Kait and its going to take a while for him to trust her again in both being honest with him about her witch side and staying sober. Though I am beginning to see that Sam’s got a few things he also needs to work on. But these two always set the sheets on fire…
The author does a fabulous job of not only having the paranormal/spooky aspects in the book but plenty of humor. I think I laughed at all of Celeste and Sylvia scenes. But then the author throws a emotional curve ball that you were not prepared for. But a good book should keep the reader on their toes and throw the unexpected at them.
I cant wait to see what’s next for Cait and Sam and Jason and even Leland..
Reading “Looking for Rose” should be done before reading this book.
In the first book we find out about Rose’s real father. Something her mother had kept from her all her life.
Twenty seven years ago a young woman met a Dominant who gave her the 2 most memorable nights of her life. But due to a vindictive woman’s lies and Viola Whittman being young and insecure she ran. But not long after she found herself pregnant and in those times it wasnt acceptable to be an unwed mother. So to save face she got married to her best friend who was gay, also in a time when it wasnt acceptable, so both of there secrets could stay hidden. The man she married was Joe who along with his partner helped raise Rose and loved her like their own along with Viola. At the end of Looking for Rose, Vlad and Viola had come face to face after 27 years and the truth came out to both Rose and Vlad. This story is about Rose explaining to Vlad why she did what she did and her giving him 27 years worth of letters she wrote to him.
Even though this is a very short story the author did a thorough job of taking us as readers along with Vlad through the years of Viola’s life from the moment she left him to a year before they met again. It was a gambit of emotions that were dealt with from both with a very satisfying. ending.