Title: Montana D-Force
Series: Brotherhood Protectors #3
Author: Elle James
Publisher: Twisted Page Inc.
Published Date: May 3, 2016
Page Count: 202
Medically discharged from the army, Tate “Bear” Parker, former Delta-Force soldier, now works for Brotherhood Protectors as a bodyguard. Gruff but outgoing, his in-your-face cheerful exterior hides wounds invisible from the outside. He hopes to keep those scars undercover and get on with his life and his job, with no one the wiser.
Mia returns home after so many years to finish her current project for work. She has stayed away because she is hiding from a secret in her past. Mia was raped at a young age but never told a soul. She never saw her attacker. When she was old enough to leave, she left town in hopes of putting her hurt behind her. Now that she is back and strange things begin to happen, she fears that maybe keeping it a secret was the worst decision. She seeks help from her friends who suggest that Bear become her bodyguard. She feels safe with Bear and trusts him. Bear worries that he will be enough. Bear was injured while serving in the Army. Like most military men, when injured they feel like less of themselves. Mia puts his mind at ease and let's him know he is more than enough. A romance blossoms between them. is is skeptical of her blossoming romance because in the past, she could never become intimate with a guy. It's like she's been waiting just for Bear because he is the guy to show her that sex doesn't equal pain. Things start to crash down around them when Mia's rapist tries to prevent her from knowing the truth. The story is full of suspense with that touch of romance that leaves you wanting more.
I enjoyed reading this book. I think that James did a great job with it. The story concept worked and the author stayed consistent throughout. The only issue I had was toward the end. It felt almost unfinished. It went from the climatic end to Mia and Bear briefly closing up the story. I don't think every book should have an epilogue. I just wanted an ending that felt complete.
Overall it was a great book and I could definitely see myself reading the other books in the series.
4 out of 5 Stars
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