Friday, November 16, 2018

Pat's Review: Eagle

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Eagle by Janie Crouch
Publisher: Janie Crouch (October 30th, 2018)
Series: Linear Tactical, 2
Genre: Romantic Suspense

He’s fighting for what’s right.
She’s fighting just to survive…

When former Special Forces soldier Finn Bollinger is asked to help with a deadly government mission, he’s up for the task. His job teaching survival skills to civilians at Linear Tactical keeps him sharp, and he can still handle himself in the field.

But the Army damn well didn’t teach Finn how to handle Charlotte Devereux. She’s back and she’s all sorts of bad news.

Charlotte can’t change the past. Can’t change the choices she made or the fact that they cost her everything. All she can do is endure the fallout. Even if that means putting her future in the hands of Finn, the man who has every right to want to destroy her.

And can in so many more ways than he thinks.

When the undercover mission goes impossibly wrong, they’ll all have to depend on Charlotte’s strength in order to survive. But everyone has a breaking point…

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Pat's Review:

This novel is the second in the Linear Tactical series and another amazing read. Suspenseful to the point I was holding my breath at times, complete with an unexpected bad guy, and a very romantic second chance love story.

Charlotte Devereaux “Charlie” is back in Oak Creek to try and build a new life. She is a Special Needs teacher with excellent qualifications, but until she gets a regular teaching job, she has to work two others. Charlie bartends at a local strip club, the Silver Palace, and cleans the facility during the day. She’s often sleeps in her car, skips meals, and she has nothing “designer” in her possession, all while trying to support her parents in a health facility. Her love of teaching is being thwarted by her in-laws, after she divorced her former husband when he was arrested for drugs. Unfortunately, they are very influential people. After being recommended for a tutoring job for a local child she is broken hearted when she finds out it is her former lover’s son, Ethan, and Finn sends her away immediately. She has never forgotten or stopped loving him and totally regrets what she had to do to him.

Finn Bollinger, former SEAL, is helping his brothers in arms run a military training facility in Oak Creek called Linear Tactical. He is shocked when he sees Charlie, and incensed when he finds out she is Ethan’s tutor. He can’t stop his feelings though, since he never stopped loving her, and after investigating a little bit -- finding out her lifestyle of living in her car or cheap dangerous motels, not taking care of herself, and working in a strip club -- he realizes something is very wrong. He agrees to give her a chance, and she is a perfect match with Ethan, performing near miracles with his reading abilities. After an attack at her hotel, witnessed by Finn, he takes over. She has only a minor cut from the attack, but has a raging fever and is delirious. He’s done with just watching.

Meanwhile Linear is working a contract with the government, trying to find out who is leaking secrets to a dangerous group of people. This group meets regularly in strip joints, including the Silver Palace.

This story has an edge of your seat ending and a twist I didn’t expect.
If you love reading romantic suspense, I recommend you buy this book right away.


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Source: Bought

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Thanks for the review, Pat! 


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