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  • Loved!

    This book is a winner! Sexy and hot, this is Mac and Adeline's story. It begins when they are both allowed to use the same remote cabin for a quiet, and private, getaway. When they realize what happened, they make the best of it - until mother nature intervenes. Mac rocks the sexy lumberjack look and Adeline might just be ready for him. When a nemesis from Mac's past reappears, everything changes - putting everyone Mac cares about at risk. This is a quickly moving story filled with romance and action. I found myself totally engrossed in in and stayed up way too late in the night to finish it - I was literally flipping pages just as quickly as possible to see what happened next. If you enjoy the genre, you will love this book. While part of a series, this is a stand alone novel, however, it's so good that you really owe it to yourself to read them all. The author is on my must read authors' list.

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  • Verona Bay

    The third installment of the Verona Bay series is a suspense filled page turner. Mac and Adeline are thrown together in a secluded cabin and become friends. She has a lot of baggage from the past and is afraid of relationships Mac is a alpha sexy male. Breaking through her defense is his goal. “Well, I’m about to take a hot bath, pour some wine, and curl up by the fire with a book. So bring on the jealousy.” This is a slow burn romance with some crazy killer on the side. As always I look forward to what this series brings next.

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  • 4.25⭐ An enjoyable story.

    Silent Protector, book three in Katie Reus' Verona Bay series is an enjoyable story that wonderfully mixes intrigue, mystery and suspense with a slow burn romance and likable characters. And with a few edge-of-your-seat moments this was a story that kept me completely engaged from beginning to end, and one I'd happily recommend to others. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

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  • Small town romance

    Mac and Adeline: Mac, the quiet former marine who has a talent with woodworking, and he's responsible for his two younger brothers. Adeline, the co-owner of a pet grooming business who has a secretive past. The attraction is immediate but there are a few obstacles in the way. When they are double booked at a friends cabin and bad weather causes them to stay together in that cabin, they finally open up only to be stalled again when danger threatens Mac and his family. The last thing he wants to do is get Adeline in danger after finding out about her past. Mac is extremely protective of his Adeline and his brothers. He's what I call an Alpha Gentleman. It's a great mix of that dominant male who also displays gentlemanly behavior. He teaches his brothers the characteristics that woman like in a man. For example, learning how to cook and not to expect the woman to do it all. He's also very capable of keeping Adeline and his brothers safe. His military background had prepped him for the danger they encounter. He's a big part of why I enjoyed this book. Adeline is also a heroine to admire. I was a bit surprised about a revealing secret towards the end of the book. She's been through something very traumatic and it only made her stronger. When she realized she was shying away from Mac to be safe, she pushed herself to take the leap. I liked her and I don't always like the heroines. The more books we get in this small town setting, the more I want read about other couples. I love getting to know all the side characters and it helps to make the book feel familiar from the start.

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  • Prime example of a protective hero!

    This author writes some of the best alpha heroes and Mac is a prime example of it. He was fiercely protective of Adeline. Even before there was a true threat to her, he was anticipating what might happen and taking steps against it. Once she was embroiled in the danger he was a force to be reckoned with as he faced it head on, determined to keep her safe...and she wasn’t even his yet. I really enjoyed the fact the danger and drama was not a result of this heroine’s past or anything to do with her. It was a nice change of pace for me to read something that was solely about someone else’s involvement. Adeline was a pretty awesome character. She had a rough history and watching her slowly become wrapped in love by so many of the Verona Bay characters was perfect. This has a lot of action and a villain storyline that could easily be myself or a neighbor as I felt such a connection to the validity of it. It’s built on insta-attraction but still a very slow burn to the culmination of desire. I loved Mac’s brothers and the fact that he was as protective of them as he was of Adeline. Seeing that side of him was wonderful and had me falling even harder for him. While it isn’t necessary to read the previous books in this series, I highly recommend that you do so just so you can make a connection to all the characters. However, this gives enough information that you can easily follow it without feeling as though you’re missing anything.

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