Friday, September 6, 2013

Protecting His Witness (Red Stone Security #7)

Protecting His Witness (Red Stone Security, #7) 
 3 of 5 stars false 1/2
Seven years ago she broke his heart…
Leaving Vincent was the hardest thing Jordan Alvarado ever had to do, but she had no choice. Now she’s back and looking for forgiveness so she can move on with her life. She doesn’t expect the smoldering attraction between them to still be there, burning hotter than ever. After the way she hurt him she knows things will never be the same again and that in the end, she’s the one who will get her heart broken when he walks away.
He’s not letting her go again…
Former SEAL Vincent Hansen never got over Jordan and the way she up and left him without a trace. After she suddenly reappears and explains what happened, he’s even more furious. He doesn’t know what he wants from her, but when she’s targeted in a series of potentially deadly attacks, he realizes he can’t give her up again. He won’t. Now he’ll do whatever it takes to keep her safe and convince her that she was always meant to be his.


****Katie Reus through NetGalley provided me with a copy of this book for my honest review****
Vincent had his heart broken by Jordan and now seven years later she just show up out of nowhere, wanting to apologize, explain things and Vincent is livid. Jordan broke her own heart when she left Vincent to enter witness protection, but she knew it would kill his family to never see him again so she gave him up. Jordan doesn't expect to be forgiven and Vincent doesn't know if he could forgive her, the heat is still there, they go on a date and someone tries to hurt them. Vincent knows he will never let her go, he will he find out who is after her and keep her safe so that he can show she is the only one for him. This book was a fast hot read with a just a little bit of suspense thrown in. There wasn't a lot of time to get to know the two main characters, but what I did see I liked a lot. Jordan was a good woman who made a tough choice; she was heartbroken over it and didn't think that everything was going to be sunshine and rainbows just because she was back. Vincent was a stand-up guy, he really loved Jordan and despite his anger at the way things happened I think he understood why she made those choices. The book was short because it was short the storyline was rushed and the suspense angle didn't get to have that edge of your seat build up. It was a good read the sex scenes were need a cold shower material, the identity of the villain was an interesting twist and the love story was cute. This was the second book in the Red Stone Security Series; I will definitely be picking up the rest of the books in this series.

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