Once the best assassin in black ops, Cazador is now the best at saving lives. His path has changed from seeking bloody vengeance to running a health clinic in Rescue, Alaska.He will never again risk loving someone he can’t protect.
His mother and sister were murdered in front of him, his fiancée slaughtered in a war zone. Despite his popularity...more
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She needed to remember to keep her distance from Cazador, mentally and physically and every other way.
It doesn't matter what genre it is, there's one constant when it comes to Cherise Sinclair books: the woman can WRITE. Whether it's writing tortured heroes with a heart of gold, or immeasurably strong heroines that are fully capable of fighting their own battles, Cherise just delivers each and every single time. This is a very different series from what I'm used to of hers. It ...more
As usual, the author draws the reader into her world and sets up a story line that makes you want to stay in that world.
This is the second in the Sons of the Survivalist series and is a worthy followup to the first. Cazador Ramierz is the youngest and smallest of the four street kids adopted by Sergeant Mako, who took them from an abusive foster home and ...more
Ms. Sinclair’s latest series has been a departure in some respects, but still familiar in the ways that count.
JJ, a cop in Arizona who has been dealing with systematic harassment from her ex who’s also a cop. Her reputation is in tatters, everyone believing her ex’s lies about her, thinking that she’s basically sleeping her way through the force. When she realizes she has no backup and her life is in danger from these lies, she decides to answer the ad for a deputy in the littl ...more
This book was good but not spectacular. I enjoyed the little girl. There was so much of her though that it took away from the romance. The romance was pretty low key. Not much tension between the hero and the heroine. They fell in love pretty easy and there was no real conflict between them. The climax of the book was driven by the child and not the couple.
Probably will not reread.
Cherise Sinclair is back with another book in the Sons of the Survivalist series. It features another one of the brothers. It’s Caz’s book and if you’re a fan of Spanish accents, then you’re probably going to love this book.
I really loved the heroine of this book. She was sassy and strong, which is actually what a lot of Sinclair’s heroines are, but it did take me a lot longer to warm up to Caz for some reason. I liked him, but I never really fell for him in the same way I have with some of ...more
There was also too much moralising/proselytising going on. Right through the book, I felt as if life lessons were being forced down my throat. They were common sense things generally I agreed with, but I didn't like the wa ...more
Kept me on my toes, couldn’t let it down, refused to go to sleep at 1:26am in order to finish the story...
I preferred this book 2 versus book 1... and book 1 was already great!
Anyway, I found everything I wanted in this story and more.
Cherise Sinclair is my favorite author. There. I said it. Regardless the genre she chose to deliver, it is a winner.
This story was all about family and love.
And i always pre-order without a second thought.
Because i KNOW it will be another treat,another beauty.
One that nestles in my heart,right next to all her other beauties.
With or without the BDSM element,they are all so special!
The second story of the Sons of the Survivalist is about Caz.
Like his brothers,he has his own traumas to deal with.
Feeling like he failed to save his mother and sister when he was a kid,ánd losing his girlfriend did a ...more
What this book has going for it.
- JJ, a strong, loyal heroine with a heart of gold. We get her POV
- Regan, Caz's daughter who is spitfire and just adorable. Regan has her POV as well.
- Caz, a loyal man (although a man-ho before he met JJ) then with JJ and Regan he cleaned his act up. All her Heroes are solid, respectful ...more
Cazador’s definition of companionship was one-night stands and nothing more. And he’s very open and honest to hi ...more
4 stars ⭐️
I am really enjoying this series. I love the family atmosphere. Mako may have not had any idea on how to raise 4 boys but he taught them how to take care of themselves and how to treat women. The guys are lethal and yet because of their upbringing find joy in the simplest things as well as being together as a family unit.
The women in this series are also written well. They all are able to take care of themselves and can think for themselves. They talk and work out issues before t ...more
A man who couldn’t prevent the deaths of his loved ones and never wants to love again, until a woman let down by the living and don’t want her heart to be broken again, and brave little girl who never knew love steal his heart.
Unlike her Shadowlands and Dark Haven or Mountain Masters books this series isn’t BDSM Romance but still this book is very much a Cherise Sinclair story. Strong characters, solid plot and interesting side charac ...more
There were so many quotes I loved:
In your darkest hour, when...more
Cherise Sinclair swept me away on a tidal wave of heat, feels, intensity and a stunning environment that left me once again, breathless!
Lethal Balance was exactly the kind of story I can expect to get from Miss Sinclair. Powerful with deep emotions and a strong hero who oozes sexuality and dominance and who cares for those close to him as well as a heroine who is equally as tough, beautiful, sweet and has incredible smarts. The story itself is intriguing and the ...more
Along with the emotionally intense story is such realistic descriptions of the Alaskan landscapes and both the beauty and the danger of living in a small town.
At this moment I want to say I think this is the best book Cherise has written. Of course that may change with the next book but for right now I loved every aspect of this book.
After reading the Prequel and book 1 I was interested enough in the character of Cazador. Because of my latino roots and nationality I wasn't so interested in his roots because I'm often annoyed by the portrayal of the classic "Mexican" as if they were the only latinos around, but I have to make an exception to how Cazador turned out to be. In his case he wasn't so cliché, in the way he talked or his appearance or his past, this made ...more
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Oh these boys!! I am so in love with this series!! I mean each brother I fall for but I think broken Hawk is going to win my heart I the end.
Caz is such a great character. He is so full of love, but he will not fall in love. He will love and care for those in his fa ...more
Sons of the Survivalist #2
by Cherise Sinclair
Narrated by Gunnar Qualen and Jenna St Claire
I know when I start a Cherise Sinclair book, I am in for a treat. No matter the trope, she writes a smart story I can get lost in. This Sons of the Survivalist series is fast becoming a favorite, with wonderful heroes, incredible scenery and a suspense filled story that holds me til the very end. This is book two and it features the tortured soul of Cazador. He is taken in after the death of ...more
This series is sent in the Alaksan wilderness, and features rugged, alpha, ex-military heroes. Caz is strong, sexy and dominant, even though no BDSM play takes place. His backstory has a huge impact on his ability to develop a relationship ...more
I met my dearheart when vacationing in the Caribbean. Now I won’t say it was love at first sight. Actually since he stood over me, enjoying the view down my swimsuit top, I might have been a tad peeved—as well as attracted. Bu ...more