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by Marie Harte
Released: June 18, 2019
Published by Self Published
“Harte’s suspense subplot is great, offering something a little different for her readers.”
~ Under the Covers
We have finally reached the final book in Marie Harte’s Triggerman series and with it comes the answers to many questions. In terms of originality, I think this series delivers something very different for Romantic Suspense. It’s not often that you find assassins AND a baby in one book, but this series definitely pulls it off well. While it’s not my favorite series from Harte, I do appreciate its charm and thrills.
This book is all about Destroyer and the woman he can’t stop thinking about. Between them, there’s a big love/hate thing, which makes thing fun and interesting. However, I think I connected with Hammer’s character the most than the romance as a whole.
Harte’s suspense subplot is great, offering something a little different for her readers. Her Contemporary Romances are usually my favorites, but I am getting more and more interested in her Romantic Suspense novels now too. They are just as witty and charismatic, but offer that bit more action and suspense that are characteristic of genre. It also gives her more play with her alpha heroes. What can I say? I do love an alpha hero.
That being said, I would recommend this series to anyone who hasn’t read a Romantic Suspense in a while. It’s light but still gives that punch. SATISFACTION DELIVERED is sure to be a great summer read!
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