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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Marie Harte
Released: April 16 2019
Series: Triggerman Inc #2
Published by Self Published
“This book isn’t going to be your typical suspense novel that you’re using to.”
~ Under the Covers
With book two in the Triggerman Inc. series, Marie Harte delivers yet another intense and entertainment story for Deacon and Solene.
I would highly recommend read this series in order because of its connections with the first book. The ongoing thread of the baby starts with the first book and I imagine it will continue on throughout all of them. It’s a cute touch, but because this is a Romantic Suspense novel, it does seem a bit off-beat, which I think was the intention of the author.
That being said, this book isn’t going to be your typical suspense novel that you’re using to. It’s quite a bit lighter in tone, mainly because of the banter that the guys have. But it does contain that intensity which I think is important for all suspense novels.
I think it will be interesting to see how the next book will turn out because Harte has set up that book well and I’m definitely looking forward to seeing what’s going to happen next.
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