Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Review: Secret Maneuvers by Jessie Lane


Some mistakes from the past haunt us forever... unless fate steps in with a second chance.

One 'dear John' letter haunts Bobby Baker's every living moment. It’s the letter he stupidly wrote to his high school sweetheart, Belle, right after he left to join the Army. The letter that he told her that he wasn't so sure if they were ready for forever yet. But before he can let her know that the letter, and his second thoughts, are nothing but a mistake, she up and disappears from the small Georgia town they were both raised in.

Fifteen years later, Belle unknowingly walks back into Bobby's life when her job as an ATF Agent forces her to work with a group of men secretly headed by the CIA to help her track down whoever is involved in funneling black market weapons to a drug cartel in Mexico.

Bobby will use this mission to try and soothe Belle's hurt feelings while proving to her that their love is still meant for forever. He'll use every dirty trick he's learned since he joined the Army to maneuver her back into his life for the long haul. But Belle's not making it easy as she keeps him at arm's length in the hopes that mistakes of her own never come to light.

My Review:

This was an interesting stories about a second chance romance told from the first person view point. It does change between the characters so we do get both sides. It was definitely a fresh perspective on the first person story. The story was full of all the action, and passion I expected. There was an underlying sense of suspense and danger through out the book that added to my reading experience. Watching the relationship between Belle and Bobby play was fascinating. Overall the characters were rich and complex and the story was hot and highly entertaining.

I recommend this to fans of romantic suspense and second chance lovers stories. This has a bit of it all for everyone, and even non fans of first person should give this unique perspective a try!

3 Books

I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. I was not compensated for my review.

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