Friday, June 9, 2017


SEAL Guardian (Brothers In Arms Book 3) by [North, Leslie]
Ex-Navy SEAL Jace Stevens has never shied away from trouble and with the madman framing the Brothers-in-Arms for murder still on the loose, Jace is ready to put an end to the killing for good. Only one person stands in his way: a tough-as-nails FBI agent who suddenly won’t let Jace out of her sight. But the dark-haired beauty is more than just a complication. Jace can sense there’s something special beneath her buttoned-up exterior, and he can’t wait to get his hands on it. 

FBI agent Felicity Belasko always gets her man, and this case should be no different. She knows the SEAL suicides are really murders, and she’s sure there’s a connection to the Brothers-in-Arms. But are they suspects…or potential victims? When her investigation leads to Jace Stevens, she can tell the blond troublemaker is masking something even more dangerous. He wants to stop the killer on his own, but Felicity can’t let that happen. Wickedly handsome Jace may be making her wild, but she always plays by the rules.

As the heat flares between them, a killer plots his next move. Can Felicity and Jace find a way to work together, or will a madman continue to get away with murder?  AMAZON 3.5 STARS

Good main characters with like the book blurb says a "madman" as their arch enemy.  He's not just a madman but he's crazy smart.  Paranoid, sneaky with some unexpected funds and control over some powerful people.    And if that's not enough, he also has some military training and the patience to plan and carry out his evil    
Jace and Felicity are tough "guys" in their own areas of expertise but there is also the family like atmosphere that Jace has with his fellow Brothers-in-Arms and their girlfriends.

Heads up there will be some rough language; we are talking former Seals here and there will be some sex too.   Just in case you wanted to know. 
There are some twists and turns along with some predictable parts as well.
But hang on because there is a "slamming" good ending to the book.  
I always look for an Epilogue in a book and this one had a satisfying one. 

I received a copy of this book via Netgalley and this was my honest opinion of it.

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