Sarina Bowen is one of my top one click authors. It really doesn't matter what she writes, I have to read it and I know I'm going to love it. This series has had an interesting start, with the first one being almost a spin off from her hockey series. But more suspenseful and secretive and I've enjoyed the different style.

As far as this book goes, it's kind of weird because it feels more romantic suspense than the first one. Yet as soon as they started talking about the techy side of things it all came flooding back. I don't know if we met Gunnar in the first book and I can't remember him or if he was busy elsewhere.

I liked the history that Gunnar and Posy had but it did put me on edge. Gunnar had no plans to stick around and with his whole secret agent persona I was just waiting for him to break Posy's heart. So, with that in the back of my mind I was very hot and cold in my opinion of him.

Posy I had a huge girl crush on from the start. She was smart, sweet, and so optimistic yet everyone had let her down. But she didn't let that hold her back from going after what she wanted, and I really loved that about her.

The story kept me guessing to the very end. I was so focused on certain things that I missed other things. And it felt like the ultimate misdirect, but that might have also been the three-year-old who kept dragging my attention away every time I got to a good part.

I'm really enjoying this series. I seriously hope Max pulls his head out of his you know where soon. But I think his book might be one I need to read with wine. For now, I'm really dying for next year and the next True North book. Although seriously I'd read a toilet paper package if Sarina Bowen wrote it.

 


 

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