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Knowing Harrison works for a private security company and that his work is often dangerous, plus knowing Luna's occupation, I thought this would be more of an action novel. Instead, it was a slow burn romance full of intense, undeniable attraction, and a gradual fall into love. The strongest theme in the story, as with this author's other romances, is the theme of family. Not just family through blood but also family through friendship. It really carries the book - the dynamics, the banter, the closeness, the support, the meddling!
Who knew Harrison was so playful! I never really got that impression of him from his appearances in other books. Being the oldest of the Everhart brothers, I always thought he was super serious. His character in this novel was something of a revelation. He had real depth but also a levity about him.
"Happiness flows through her, warming her skin like the rays of an early summer sun. Being near her lightens my insides, giving me a serenity unlike any I experienced before."
And, Luna? She was a total badass - I wanna be her! She was a contradiction, too. She had a whole hippie-chick vibe going on, but she was a real ninja underneath her bright persona.
"We kissed.. But it's not just that; it's much more. Suddenly, his beat matched mine, and I was somewhere far away with him."
I loved their chemistry, their individual POVs and sexy thoughts about the other. A great, enjoyable read with an exciting finish.
Who names his guns Clarisse and Hannibal?
Since you seem to like roleplay, we can play doctor while I take care of that itch.
“Rule number five, we work on your love life.” He lifts his arms, tracing a line across the air. “It’ll be called, an ‘affair to remember.’ Your future boyfriends will have trouble measuring up to me, but I can live with the title, ‘the legend.’”
Hunter, you’re my everything. My air, my sun, my love. You’re that happy beat I need when my heart is about to stop. You’re poetry to my soul.
The day we met you felt familiar. As I got to know you, it felt as if I began to remember who you are. My soul mate, my companion, and the woman I hope to spend the next eternity with. I’ve loved you since always. I’ll love you for always.
“Here,” Willow says, handing me her bouquet… “I’m not tossing it. I’m handing it.” “Like tag, you’re it?” I push it back to her. “I’m not playing, but thank you.”
Fervent had a fast-paced and eventful storyline with an active and well-crafted plot. The characters of Luna and Harrison were enticing and alluring, although I didn’t fully appreciate Luna initially, as she was a bit kooky. Luna was a well-trained and intelligent FBI agent who checked her horoscope on three different apps every day and planned her approach to the day around the predictions. She also held some odd superstitions and a belief her life would be short due to the lines on her palm and the unfortunate history of her maternal line. She was also fierce, stubborn, feisty, and a kick-ass chick, and I do gravitate to a strong kick-ass heroine. Presented with a dual POV, Ms. Burgoa’s writing was well-balanced between cleverly amusing and heart-squeezing; she has certainly mastered the feels and emotive storytelling. While the characters experienced an obsessive and magnetic pull toward each other, their romantic encounters were limited to epic kissing sessions until the very end of the book, although, before recommending to sensitive readers, be aware that Harrison, while often the source of comic relief, had a filthy mouth and frequently peppered his speech with obscenities. I absolutely adored him.
Claudia had a great knack for grasping at family ties and digging deep in what pulls them together. The heroine, who is a fiery, loud and passionate piece of work; versus the nurturing hero, who is portrayed as the protector, brings this story to life and adds to its brilliant elements.
This is the story of the eldest Everhart brother and can be read as a stand-alone. However, I did feel as I hadn’t read the other books about these brothers that I missed out on the familiarity the characters have with one another. But I’m looking forward to adding them to my TBR list.
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I wish we'll hear about the rest of the Everhart boys and the other characters in the story!
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