Special Ops Rendezvous (The Adair Legacy #3)
As The Adair Legacy continues, a beautiful P.I. and a damaged warrior race to prevent an assassination
He can't remember what they did to him while he'd been held captive. But the blackouts and memory loss Sam Winston suffers since returning home scare the decorated soldier more than combat. Most o...more
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Romantic Suspense is my Very favorite genre and a captured military soldier, who endured months of torture and is now trying to claw his way out of the Darkness, while utilizing the skills of one sexy woman - Well that is just my ideal Hero and storyline! I absolutely LOVED this book!
How captivating is this:
"You have no idea what you're getting into. I can use just about any weapon to kill--silently with a knife, with a gun from a distance, and ...more
Sam Winston just wants to get himself back on track and back into service with the Rangers. He has no idea what happened to him when he was captured and tortured. Was he brainwashed and/or programmed during those three months in captivity? He is seeing Dr. Owens, a psychologist, and Sam seems to be having some results when Dr. Owens is brutally murdered and Sam finds him when he arrives for an early morni ...more
This book gave a more in-depth description of what it is like for a person going through PTSD than any other book I have ever read. The hero in this book Sam served his country. During that time he was captured, and tortured. His night mares wakes him up at night.
I love the relationship between Sam, and Olivia. They have a steamy, fun relationship. They love to argue, but ...more
The DEEPLY flawed hero and a no nonsense heroine were perfect for each other. Slowly but surely the heroine became the catalyst to saving the day. The storyline kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time.
Good job Ms. Anders!
Rating 4/5 stars
I will be the first to admit that Harlequin hasn’t always been on my list of favorite publishers. Mind you, I am forty years old and can still remember the totally cheesy covers and lame titles from waaaay back in the day. Add to that hearing my grandmother and the rest of the blue hair crew taking about the naughty bits and plots that revolved around the naughty bits and well, you get the idea. There hasn’t always been a lot to recommend Harlequin to me as an adult ...more
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Just going to start by saying I have nothing against fiesty, strong willed heroines. I DO, however, have issues when these heroines do things for the most stupidly illogical reasons. Does the author SERIOUSLY believe that the reader is going to buy that a 5 foot nothing, maybe 100 lbs soaking wet woman is going to be able to protect a special forces trained soldier? And ...more
Wounded Warrior Sam must find the answers to troubling questions and situations not only for his own peace of mind--and perhaps control of his mind--but to help figure out who's trying to kill his mother, a candidate for the presidency of the US!
This book was nothing like what I expected. But it was still one helluva read.
So many authors gloss over the severe symptoms of PTSD but Karen Anders took those symptoms and worked t ...more
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