Title: Armed with Steele
Author: Kyra Jacobs
Published: June 3rd 2013 by Lyrical Press, Inc
Page Count: 304
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Shelf: Review Copy
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Jessica Hartley is looking for answers surrounding the mysterious car accident that nearly claimed the life of her best friend. She's willing to risk it all, even her fledgling business, to find the person responsible and bring them to justice.
Nate Steele is more than willing to help Jessica, but for reasons all his own. He's been watching the infamous Maxwell Office Solutions for some time now, convinced thereis more going on than meets the eye. When his chief issues a cease and desist order yet again, Nate has no choice but to accept inexperienced Jessica as an undercover partner outside the letter of the law.
Will Jessica and Nate be able to flush out Maxwell's elusive villain, or will their growing attraction for each other sabotage their undercover ploy? Motives aren't always what they seem when Jessica finds herself armed with Steele.
CONTENT WARNING: Beware drool-worthy men in uniform, touchy-feely coworkers, and vindictive ex-girlfriends. A Lyrical Press Contemporary Romance - Hometown Heroes.
You get to know the main characters very well in the here and now but really have very little idea of anything before the first page of the book. The author gives very little insights as to how they developed the quirks that they have, simply that they have them. That said, the main characters in this novel were priceless. They had me giggling and wanting to throw a pillow at them more than a time or two. I really appreciate that the Alpha male lead in this novel is neither an a#shat nor a super-secret agent. There is also an inherent geekyness worked into his tough guy persona that sets him apart from the rest. The supporting cast was also awesome. You get to know everyone quite well and want to know them more. Personally, I’d love to run into Charlie on the street…
For me, the difference between a 4 and a 5 star rating on this one lay in the relationship between the two main characters. I’m still trying to figure out how they ended up in their relationship with the amount of lying that they did to each other. It has me quite perplexed, but not nearly enough to detract from the novel as a whole.
Overall, this was an extremely enjoyable read that I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to anyone who wants a little romance and suspense in their lives.
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