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H.E.R.O. Force Box Set: Books 1-3 by Amy…

H.E.R.O. Force Box Set: Books 1-3

by Amy Gamet

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This introduction to a new group of military type men who will find their true loves was a short, action-packed, intense, dramatic read. Oliva and Trevor had some major situations to deal with alone and together that managed to ultimately work out positively for both of them.

When you have lost the love of your life and his child, still in your womb, you must go through the five stages of grief before moving on and that is just what Jessa is in the midst of doing. With her anger focused Jax “Ace” Andersson – she has determined he is the one to pay and give her pound of flesh. Poor unsuspecting Jax! One night is all it took for their lives to become entwined though it took a lot longer for them to work their way through the minefield left in the wake of Jax’s divorce, the widowing of Jessa and the hit put out on the inheritor of a seemingly valueless book.

I enjoyed this story and having read book one in the HERO Force book liked meeting up with characters in the series. I have to say that I was angry with Jessa during the first half or so of the book but that gradually changed over time. The interactions were intense, the dialogue at times cutting, the emotions intense and the story worth reading. I am not sure that the recuperative powers of both Jax and Jessa would have been as rapid as portrayed in the last bit of the book – not after sustaining the injuries they did – but it is fiction and the two did need a bit of cuddling so – why not fudge a bit.

NOTE: The 5 stages of grief and loss are: 1. Denial and isolation; 2. Anger; 3. Bargaining; 4. Depression; 5. Acceptance. People who are grieving do not necessarily go through the stages in the same order or experience all of them.

Charlotte O’Malley needs to purify her mind, body and soul after the damage to her confidence left behind by the time she spent married to her not so great husband. Her remedy is to have a wicked week on a cruise ship with Leo “Cowboy” Wilson. Both of them know that this might not be a great idea but with the attraction they have felt and continue to feel it just might happen. There is one slight problem, though, since Cowboy is on assignment guarding a royal couple on a cruise ship. Mixing work with pleasure might not be wise. As the story progresses it emerges that there is a group on the boat with nefarious intentions and only a handful of people on board to keep them in check till H.E.R.O. Force can get there to save the day.

This was a quick fun romantic read with a hunky alpha male and a smart sassy woman who knew just what she wanted. Their story gave me a break this afternoon and made the gray day a whole lot brighter. The plot was not new but the characters were made for each other and their story entertaining. I am looking forward to finding out what Matteo “Red” will be doing on his intriguing assignment in the next book.

Thank you to the author for ARC - this is my honest review. ( )
  CathyGeha | Feb 25, 2017 |
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