Missy McReady followed Mr. Right to Henderson and then fell for Mr. All Wrong and his big red truck. Saying no to Thor's sexy brawn and Southern-boy charm has turned into Missy's very own mission impossible. Instead of backpedaling her way out of his arms and out of his town, last night happened. Former Army Ranger Thurgood Watson III zeroed in on his target months ago. From the beginning, The girl had needs, and he's been filling them. Now he's planning a Special Op to coax the softer side of Missy onto his plantation and into his bed. But even the highly trained, highly observant Ranger can't sniff out every threat. When Thor runs up against the real hero in Missy's life, it's like stepping on an IED. Game freaking over.
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Mr. Wrong turns out to be Mr. Right!
Absolutely the best! The story is well written, the plot is page turning, I love Thor and Missy and all the secondary characters in this story.
There is fun, lots of humor, great characters, hot sex, hot men and even an evil lady who is in town to stir up trouble. There is also a kidnapping. So much to keep you turning the pages just to get to the end to see how it all works out.
Thor! Although he is my favorite all around character. He is so broken in the beginning, trying to figure out what to do with himself, his grief, and his land. Once he meets Melissa all that turns around for him. Then he is on a mission.
There were so many laugh out loud parts as well as tears in the eyes moments. The scene where Thor tells Missy that "cape or no he wants to always be her hero"! I just melted at that line. However, there are so many scenes like this in this book that it makes Thor my ultimate hero!
This author has found the perfect balance in her stories as to letting the hero be a man who "looks after his woman" but also he lets his woman be as strong as she can be and follow whatever dreams she may have. In so many books today this is so out of balance but Liz Kelly has a great talent to make this work in her books.
- Cathy Henderson