Sunday, 27 October 2013
Review: Falling for the Marine by Samanthe Beck @BrazenBooks
USMC helicopter pilot Michael McCade has two goals: Get his damn back into alignment and keep his nose clean until his commanding officer clears him to fly again. The doctor-recommended massage therapy seems like a necessary step toward returning to the cockpit, but when his too-hot-to-handle neighbor, Chloe Kincaid, turns out to be his masseuse, he strays from the straight and narrow in a major way.
Chloe Kincaid is looking for a simple, no strings attached, ego-boosting hook up. But when her positively panty-melting neighbor, USMC Major Michael McCade, (aka “Major Hottie”), shows up on her massage table, she lets desire get the better of professionalism. Now they’re pretending to be engaged to avoid a whole lot of unanticipated consequences of a momentary lapse in judgment. But can a girl who avoids attachments at all costs fake an engagement to a straight-arrow soldier without falling hard?
Samanthe Beck has done it again. I am so in love with these McCade Men.
Chloe and Michael set the sheets on fire in this one but they have some beautiful sweet moments too. When characters fall in love over a short period of time for me sometimes it feels forced but not this book. It just felt so natural the way Chloe and Michael gravitated toward each other. Oh and the end I love Love LOVED it. Oh and I am always ecstatic when their is an epilogue and this one totally delivered.
Overall I give this 5 out of 5