I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by L.A. Witt
Released: February 5th 2018
Series: Anchor Point #5
Published by Riptide Publishing
“Highly detailed and fast-paced, this is a great read to get your heart pumping.”
~ Under the Covers
This isn’t my first time reading a L.A. Witt book, but this is the first in this series that I am reading. I didn’t have any issues falling into this book. As it’s written in first person POV, it felt very natural and engaging.
Dalton and Chris’s story does start off a little slow. There’s a lot of extra terminology in this book, which makes the series far more authentic. However, I think it can create a lag in pacing, especially when there’s a lot in the beginning of the book. Nevertheless, I do like an author who clearly does her research and knows her stuff.
When it comes to M/M Romance, I usually enjoy stories with a bit of Romantic Suspense in it, so this series fit into my style perfectly. Highly detailed and fast-paced, this is a great read to get your heart pumping. I enjoyed this story and look forward to reading the rest of the series.
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