Mar 3, 2018

Book Review: Claiming Felicity

Former mercenary Ryder Sinclair’s stunning discovery that he has three half brothers in Castle Rock, Colorado, is giving them all the chance to color in the spaces of their tragic pasts. For Ryder, establishing roots is made all the more desirable by Felicity Jones. But if Ryder’s instincts are correct, this breathtaking beauty is in trouble.

Castle Rock isn’t Felicity’s home. Like her false identity, it’s just a cover. All she wants is enough cash to keep moving to another temporary hideaway—to stay on the run from a secret that’s haunted her for years. As safe as Ryder’s strong embrace makes her feel, she fears that falling for him, and staying in Colorado, will put everyone she’s come to love in danger.

The more Ryder learns about Felicity, the more determined he is not to let her go. It’s time for her to stop running—even as a relentless danger closes in, threatening their love and their lives.

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Just when I was getting ready to be sad that there weren't any more Anderson brothers their half brother show up.  Ryder is hard edged, capable and wants to get to know them.  And Felicity.  She however is none to sure about that especially as she is getting ready to run so that no one she loves is hurt by her past.

I found CLAIMING FELICITY a great addition to the Ace Security series.  There is a nice sense of tension from the very first page which quickly ratchets skyward.  I have always liked Felicity and found Ryder to be a great addition to the group.  Add in the witty banter between the characters, an interesting plot and a villain that you will love to hate, what's not to love.

There are some sex scenes though nothing explicit as the book relies on the build up of desire rather then just jumping in the sack.  There is also violence but isn't that expected in the romantic suspense genre?  

I do recommend this book and this series to any of my readers who enjoy romantic suspense.  I am sad that this series is over but rather happy about the fact that a spinoff is mentioned. 

*** I received this book at no charge from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.  All opinions expressed within are my own.


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