Series: Hero Special Forces Romance
Author: M.S. Parker
Genre: Military Adult Romance
Publish Date: December 13, 2015
Review Source: Once Upon An Alpha
Haze Welch has done something stupid. He's fallen for the girl he's being paid to protect. Worse than that, while he's home for a family emergency, his charge is kidnapped. As he races back to LA, he's determined to do whatever it takes to find Leighton and make sure she's safe again. He can only pray he's not too late.
I'd survived a lot, but I wasn't sure I could survive losing Leighton.
With the woman he loves in more danger than ever, Haze puts everything on the line, including his heart.
WOW! I loved this series. What a fantastic conclusion to a very entertaining series.
During parts of this series I was thinking, "come on you spoilt brat" and that usually followed with "this guy is a saint" and I can't tell you how much these two characters grow in this last book.
Leighton needs to seriously grow up and figure out what she wants without thinking of her grandfather, money or even Haze. What she wants to do with her life.
Haze needs to finally come to terms that his military career is over. He's not gonna be able to go back no matter what favors he tries to get.
The two of them need to figure themselves out so they can figure out how to be together.
Ms. Parker is just a crazy talented author and I say this from experience! I've read most of her books and she is one of my favorites. She doesn't disappoint with this Hero series. Definitely need to one click!
M. S. Parker is a USA Today Bestselling author and the author of the Erotic Romance series, Club Privè and Chasing Perfection.
Living in Southern California, she enjoys sitting by the pool with her laptop writing on her next spicy romance.
Growing up all she wanted to be was a dancer, actor or author. So far only the latter has come true but M. S. Parker hasn't retired her dancing shoes just yet. She is still waiting for the call for her to appear on Dancing With The Stars.
When M. S. isn't writing, she can usually be found reading- oops, scratch that! She is always writing.