Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Review ~ Protector for Hire (Front and Center #4) by Tawna Fenske

Protector for Hire (Front and Center, #4)eARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: June 30th 2015

Publisher: Entangled Publishing

Keeping her safe is crucial. Guarding his heart is impossible. 
Haunted by his time in Iraq, former soldier Schwartz Patton goes off the grid, retreating deep into Montana’s untamed wilderness. Now, ten years into his self-imposed solitude, his brother tracks him down and asks for a favor. A woman is in danger, and she needs help...and Schwartz is the only one who can protect her.

Designer-loving city girls like Janelle Keebler don't belong in the wilderness. Unless, of course, they're witnesses to a murder by their psycho drug-trafficking ex-husbands. Still, Janelle can't help the immediate physical response she has to her sexy-as-sin protector that leaves her wanting more than she could have ever imagined. Even if he does make terrible coffee...

Every word, every touch, every kiss ignites a need Schwartz thought he’d lost forever. He can't stop the desperate attraction simmering between him and Janelle, even if he wanted to. Even if it means it could get them both killed.

My Opinion

I've really enjoyed this series, but I think this one was my favourite for no other reason than it put a smile on my face numerous times. I couldn't remember who every was (except Mac), but it didn't matter. I fell in love with the story and the author's world once more. I've also realised I missed book 3 somewhere along the way!!

It was the characters that made this book for me. Schwartz had cut himself off from everyone he loved as a punishment. Living in the woods alone he didn't have the best social skills, but he had a big heart. Although he came across as closed off at times, he really was sweet deep down and the balance was good. It me made fall in love with him too as he revealed more about himself.

Similarly, Janelle's personality brought him from his shell. She was bubbly and excitable, contrasting with Schwartz well. I liked her flirty side and how she teased him until he couldn't take it any longer. She also genuinely cared.

As for the story, the plot was simple and predictable, but it was an enjoyable easy read. There are a lot of innuendos--a lot of them cheesy--but they made me smile and kept me entertained as the characters flirted. It gave a nice light-heartlessness to the book so it wasn't all doom and gloom.

Overall, this was a great read. The characters connected with me well, had great personalities, and grew together. I liked the story and can't wait to read more by this author.


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