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Title: Midnight Secrets
Author: Lisa Marie Rice
Publisher: Carina Press
Published: June 8th, 2015
With multiple agencies involved, a great team of ex-Navy SEALs, international terrorist activities and imminent danger this is a fast paced, highly charged, well written thriller which keeps you page turning to find out what happens next! I had no idea this was the sixth book in the series until I was writing this review, so it works well as a standalone, I didn’t feel I was missing any information as I was reading it. However, it does mean I’m interested in reading others in the series, too!
This is a superb mystery thriller with romance, too. It concerns Isabel Delvaux who has moved to Portland after being the sole survivor of a terrorist attack which occurred when her father was about to announce his decision to run to be the next American president. She was injured and has amnesia about the actual event, she left Washington to escape the press and publicity about the event which has been dubbed the Washington Massacre.
When she moved into her new home her new neighbour, former Navy SEAL Joe Harris, proves to be a neighbour from heaven – always there to help without being nosey about what happened. She repays his kindness by cooking fantastic meals for him and his buddies. He’s also been through traumatic times as he was seriously injured and nearly died after being blown up by an IED. They are actually helping each other heal though their friendship – and spectacular attraction to each other!
When Isabel sees someone peeking through her bedroom window, Joe starts receiving emails warning him to keep Isabel safe and her memory starts to return life is about to get very hectic for them all as they try to discover the truth behind the Massacre and to keep themselves and those they love alive. Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys political thrillers with lots of SEALs, action and romance.
Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley too, for letting me read an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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