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Beyond His Control (SEAL Team, Bk 3) (Harlequin Blaze, No 384)
Beyond His Control - SEAL Team, Bk 3 - Harlequin Blaze, No 384 Author:Stephanie Tyler She's always been beyond his control... — Assistant District Attorney Ava Turkowski knows about leading a dangerous life--her father was a risk taker who died in the line of duty and her beloved brother is taking just as many chances. Now a high-profile case has landed Ava herself in the crosshairs--and the only man standing between her and c... more »ertain death is the one she can't forget.
Justin Brandt was Ava's brother's best friend, her protector during her wild-child teenage years...and the object of her hottest fantasies. Now he's a highly trained Navy SEAL with a body to die for and he's been tasked with keeping Ava alive. Which means keeping her close--the closer the better...« less
Laura B. (aggie-98) - , reviewed Beyond His Control (SEAL Team, Bk 3) (Harlequin Blaze, No 384) on
Helpful Score: 1
I breezed through this book. The chemistry between Justin and Ava is steamy...their history makes things even hotter for them. Most of the story is about them running from "something" but not really meeting up with much. A few things get unexplained, though it didn't detract from the story.
Also introduced in this book are Callie and Leo (Turk). I would have liked a bit more about them. Their part of the story was a little less believable.
What I really liked was the push-pull between Justin and Ava. In some romances, it ends with the characters saying they love each other and that's that...happily ever after. This one was more...love isn't always enough. They've always loved each other, but that doesn't mean it will work. Plus, happily ever after doesn't mean that it isn't difficult or scary.
I read this book without having read either of the 2 previous books - Coming Undone (Harlequin Blaze 315) and Risking It All (Harlequin Blaze 327). The other characters are mentioned and play a part in this book, but it wasn't necessary to have read those books.