Wednesday, March 26, 2014

His to Protect by Katie Reus - Review

No woman ever affected Red Stone Security expert Kell Malone quite like Charlotte Bastien. It’s been a year since that incredibly intense night they spent together and he still can’t get her out of his head. When he discovers she’s in Miami—with their three-month-old son—he’s stunned. Hurt. He’s also determined to know his child, and if she’ll give him the chance, to make a life with the stubborn woman who has sworn off love.

Single mom Charlotte came to Miami to tell Kell about their son, and that’s all—she won’t open her heart just to have it trashed by another man. Unfortunately, Kell makes that hard. He’s everything she wants, and just one look from him unleashes wicked memories and wild desires. When she witnesses a murder and lands on a hit list, Kell steps up to protect her and their son, but winning her love proves to be the hardest mission he’s ever undertaken.

I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t always love secret baby stories, but since the baby is still so young, and Charlotte supplies a very believable explanation, I let it go and really enjoyed these two.

Charlotte loves Kell, and Kell loves Charlotte, circumstances have kept them apart because Charlotte wasn’t ready to love again, but once she’s back with Kell and with their son right there bonding them, they both learn to love the idea of being in love with each other.

I really enjoyed the idea and the neat aspect of Charlotte witnessing a crime and then being targeted because of it. Kell is a strong man, and watching him melt with his son, well that really made me fall in love. I give Ms. Reus major applause for writing a story with a baby but still balancing them falling in love because they love each other and not because of the baby.

I recommend this story, it’s full of suspense, and a lovely warm fuzzy of feeling of love at the end.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review, I have another book by this author that I'll soon read (First surrender) ;)