Wednesday, January 9, 2019

True to You (Montana Heat #2) by Jennifer Ryan Review

The third book in breakout star Jennifer Ryan’s scorching Montana Heat series is a story of forbidden love between an undercover DEA agent and the do-gooder daughter of the drug cartel leader he’s determined to take down

A Montana Man risks everything for the woman he loves…

Undercover DEA Special Agent Dawson King spent five months in a Montana prison establishing a fake identity to take down a ruthless drug dealer and put him behind bars. Except there’s a wild card...the killer’s beloved daughter. Cara Potter may appear to be on the right side of the law, but King has learned the hard way to trust no one—even someone as tantalizing as the coffee shop owner. She’s irresistible...but is she also dangerous?

From the moment he enters her life, King makes Cara...nervous. The handsome drifter says he wants to get his life together...but there is something about him that doesn’t quite ring true. Cara wants to believe in him, yet she holds back despite the way he awakens dormant dreams and leaves her breathless with his sexy smile, steamy kisses, his every touch.

When the explosive truth comes out and she’s betrayed by the ones she loves, Cara must decide—can she trust her heart, or should she listen to her head?

My Review:

Cara is a loner, her family is non-existent, except for her uncle (who had a whole set of his own issues), and her parents were not the best role models. Her heart is Hard as stone, but she is willing to help felons. Little did she know that she was letting King into her life, and he was going to flip it upside down. Not only was he after her father, but he was also going to make a dent in her heart. This is not love at first sight. They slowly fall in love, and neither really know that much about each other. What will Cara do when she finds out the truth about King? How he was after her father and had been lying to her? What will King do to melt her heart? Will he be able to? Will their love be able to survive their situations in life? What becomes of her job? Her father? I really liked the ending, and what a unique shooting range! I am giving this book a 5/5. All opinions are my own.

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