• Sportochick

A new 5 star sexy dynamic action packed military series by Donna Grant that will mesmerize the reader till the last page. This book has it all sexy main characters, alpha males, intrigue, drama, mystery and a well developed plot.

I really am not into military books but I love this author so I wanted to see how she would cross genres and it was no surprise to me that she did an outstanding job. Though I have no experience with weapons or military life this book for me was very believable.

The three disassociated military brothers make their appearance quickly in the book and each one has their own magnetic alpha personalities that every women will fall in love with. This fractured family must work through a past and present that destroyed their family. It will make you cry and give you hope.

The author does a fine job of developing Natalie’s character from the rejected high school girlfriend to a mature strong women with a mind of her own. Natalie shows a vulnerable side along with her strong side and the reader will be drawn into her life and how she chooses to live it.

Owen is great, really great though he is a little on the pig headed side, in a good way. I could feel his pain as he worked through past decisions he made through out his life. The author makes him so real that your heart will hurt and tears will come to your eyes.

The Hero is about deep abiding love, anger, hurt, sadness, revenge, making wrong decisions for the right reasons and forgiveness.

I give this 5 STARS and want everyone to give this book a try. Will you?

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  • Sportochick

A phenomenal second book to the Clan Kincaid series by author Lilly Blackwood. The author continues the Clan Kincaid series with The Rebel of Clan Kincaid using a solid storyline filled with intrigue, danger, revenge, love and forgiveness. There is nothing in this book that feels repetitive from the first book with the exception of Clan Kincaid wanting revenge. In fact it is a fully developed story taking place in the enemy’s clan this time where the reader will want to settle in to read this book in one seating.

Don’t get me wrong the main characters from The Beast of Clan Kincaid are throughout this book but they don’t dominate the story. This book is about Magnus aka Faelan Kincaid the second son and his life from when their parent’s were murdered to the present. Magnus is truly a hero the women readers will fall for. Not only is he graced with looks but he is caring and a dominating warrior.

Tara, as the main female character, at first seemed meek and nun like but wow she surely comes to her own by the end of the book. Portrayed as a gentler women she has a stronger backbone than people are aware of. For me she didn’t take center stage because Magnus filled the page with his personality but I really liked her character and felt she was the perfect women for Magnus.

One of the things I love about this author is how she wove the storyline so intricately creating a story that jumps off the pages and comes to life.

I give it 5 STARS and recommend it to everyone.

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What a wildly exciting read of an unlikely pair that work perfectly for each other. I love the premise of the storyline and though there are some times that I felt Mary Elizabeth was too naive and a little redundant it did not take away from how much I enjoyed this book.

Mary Elizabeth was truly a character that made me laugh with her antics while admiring her determination to stay true to herself and the life she wants without a husband. Though at times she seemed to have blinders on with regards to Harry she also saw parts of him that others did not see.

The portrayal of Harry intrigued me. He was humble, quiet, masculine, a conflict avoider, then all of a sudden he started to show a stronger side where he finally starts to fight for what he really wants. A refreshing change to the always have my way in charge dukes we typically read, Harry’s character was the perfect foil for Mary Elizabeth. I loved his character from page one.

The overall feel of this book is two people who do not fit in the cookie cutter world of society and are struggling to retain the essence of who they are while being forced to find their match and get married. It’s is a light entertaining read.

I give it 4 STARS and know you’ll enjoy this book.

Have you read it yet? Do you agree with my assessment? Tell me what you think of these main characters in the comments.

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