Saturday, August 9, 2014
ARC Review: Her Special Forces by Sophia Roslyn
Title: Her Special Forces
Author Sophia Roslyn
Publisher, Publication Date: Entangled Ignite, August 4, 2014
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Format/Source: E-ARC, Publisher
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Book Summary from Goodreads
Retired Marine Viper helo pilot and ground cover expert, Kacey O’Donnell is called out of retirement for a special assignment: to assist in extracting the kidnapped daughter of a U.S. Senator, after an FBI team is betrayed and taken out.
Former SEAL hero Nathan Weatherly looks forward to his new job as Deputy Sheriff in the small, quiet Normal Rockwell town where Kacey grew up. The former lovers have a history she has no desire to revisit, and a dark secret she refuses to share.
With a young girl’s life at stake, Kacey helps pull Nathan’s team together for one last assignment. But, she finds it next to impossible to work with Nathan again—especially when she knows he wants so much more, and she has so much to hide.
Her Special Forces by Sophia Roslyn had such an intriguing name, synopsis, and prologue, but it wasn't what I expected.
I Did Not Finish Her Special Forces. I didn't like how the story unfolded. It weighed too heavy on the romance side with too little suspense in the beginning, and it just took too long for the elements of suspense to arrive on the scene. As Kacey was filled in on the details of the case and after she said, “Oh, Jack, no,” I began to say, "Oh, Jack, yes” (p. 78) along with Jack Cannon, a special agent, with the hopes that there would be a turn of events that’d pull me back into the story. But by the time I got another glimpse at the case that needed to be solved, I lost interest.