Series: Bear Bottom Guardians MC #4
on December 4, 2018
Genres: Romance, MC, Contemporary, Military, Suspense
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Hoax knows two things very well.
One, he’s not relationship material. Two, the nurse that treats him for erectile dysfunction is the most beautiful thing he’s ever seen, and practically has ‘the marrying type’ stamped on her forehead.
Does that stop him from wanting her? No.
Unfortunately, he learned a long time ago that Army Delta Force and long-lasting relationships don’t go hand in hand. But beautiful hazel eyes, curly blonde hair, and the prettiest lips he’s ever seen play havoc with his resolve, making him forget his earlier convictions.
All it takes is one teeny, tiny kiss for every shred of control he has to disappear, along with the problem in his pants. Soon he finds himself doing things that he knows that he shouldn’t. He doesn’t know that he’s found the woman that’s meant to be his. Nor does he realize that her father is the man he’s idolized from the moment he joined the army at the age of eighteen. Because, maybe if he had, he would’ve tried a little harder to ignore the pull he felt between them instead of making her his the night before he deployed for six months.
He also might’ve tried a little harder not to knock her up.
“Darling,” I drawled. “You wouldn’t be just a page in my book. I’m not that kind of man. Never have been, and I don’t intend to start.”
I love a good MC romance story. They are usually a little grittier, dark, and angsty. This series may not be all of those things but it’s a fairly decent read. The chemistry between Hoax and Pru was great, they had some nice steamy moments, and they also had a lot of funny banter. My issues with this book were the insta-love aspect. I am not a fan of this and I’ve always made that clear. There was just one little thing that may bother me but not others. The cover does not represent the main character. If you’re going to use a person on the cover I always feel it should be a close representation to who you write about. The other reason I settled on 3 stars for my rating was that even though this was a pretty good book, it won’t be one that stands out to me personally. I have to have something make it memorable to me to rate a book higher.