Radha Iyer knows there’s something terribly wrong happening at the casino she manages. Her staff are acting cagey, the finances don’t add up, and then her Head of Security is found murdered in his own home. She’s out of her depth and desperate for help.Zack Walker has kept to himself since the day an IED left him permanently scarred. When Radha calls Soldiering On for helpRadha Iyer knows there’s something terribly wrong happening at the casino she manages. Her staff are acting cagey, the finances don’t add up, and then her Head of Security is found murdered in his own home. She’s out of her depth and desperate for help.Zack Walker has kept to himself since the day an IED left him permanently scarred. When Radha calls Soldiering On for help, his degree in math makes him the obvious choice to go undercover as the new Head of Security to help her discover what’s going on and who’s responsible.But the conspiracy they uncover goes deeper than either of them could have imagined. When their investigation is compromised, it puts them both in mortal peril and on the run. With nowhere to turn they must rely on each other, but danger and betrayal lurk in every shadow…...
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dangerous victor Reviews
I knew from the introductory novella (Soldiering On 0.5) that Zach would be my favorite hero, and I eagerly awaited his story. I'm thrilled to say it did not disappoint.The dichotomy of Zach is so appealing to me. He's very Alpha and very Beta at the same time. Seeing his weaknesses and how Radha helps him through - it was a highlight of the story for me. I adore couples who save each other. The pacing was spot on for me too. A nice combination of slow burn romance (sure their were some insta-love sparks, but they still took some time getting to the real romance), as well as the action packed scenes. It reminded me of the best parts of Suzanne Brockmann's Troubleshooter series.I've really enjoying this series, and am looking forward to more.
Ah, this was another great book in this series. Zack was very easy to like. You really felt for him at times as well, worrying about things that I'm sure weren't easy to deal with. Radha was great, seeing him as a man and as nothing less. The scars he had were nothing more than a part of him, not something that defined him. Of course, it took him a while to figure that out. They definitely had a 'slow burn' kinda romance, which worked perfect for the story.Aislinn Kearns always manages to create a great suspense storyline that connects the characters. Even though this story is book 3, the events took place at the same time Blake and Sierra's events happened. At first that threw me a little, because I expected to jump ahead in the future, but it worked. Each book can be read as a standalone. So don't be worried you'll be confused because you won't. :)Sam's next, and I'm excited, but I still really can't wait for Duncan and Mandy's story!!
This book has a good theme and plot line. Wounded veterans building a successful life beyond the military is a very positive message! The main characters are likable and easy for this reader to connect with and wish success on their endeavor, the professional reason they meet, and in their personal relationship. The connection between them gives hope for romance in difficult circumstances, something most optimists and dreamers seek. Ms. Kearns has a smooth writing style, I look forward to growth in the maturity of her characters, and do recommend this book to all readers of romance.I received an advance copy of this eBook in exchange for my honest review of it.