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- File Size: 2668 KB
- Print Length: 256 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Laramie Briscoe Books (18 Aug. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072C1NG6W
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- Average Customer Review: 15 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,411 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I thoroughly enjoyed the previous two books in the Moonshine Task Force series but there was just something about Havoc that grabbed me that little bit more.
Holden (Havoc) and Leighton were great together. The story, for me, had a real 'family & belonging' vibe that worked really well.
Holden is a great guy. He's caring, protective, patient and seriously hot. His initial reasoning for his marriage to Leighton is for her safety, so it's a marriage of convenience as far as his new wife is concerned but from the get go, the union means a lot more to him.
Leighton has never felt like she belonged. From a family pretty much hated by everyone who knows them she never fitted in at home or within the community. Holden is her safe place and she grows comfortable in her relationship with him, even while knowing it's unlikely to last once the threats to her have passed. The thing is, even though not as strongly as Havoc, Leighton is beginning to look at their relationship in a different light too....... maybe this could be THE place where she finally does belong.
Thing between the pair were a slow burn. Holden doesn't want to spook her and Leighton doesn't want to push for things he might not be willing to offer, but watching things grow and develop between them was fab. They were so good together that you could do nothing but root for them from the get-go. I loved how they got to know each other and how their marriage became more than just a convenience.
This was a well written engaging and heartwarming story from Laramie Briscoe and I can't wait to see what she gives us next in this series!
Havoc gets 5 great big stars from me!!!
Their marriage wasn’t supposed to be ‘forever’ but it definitely ended that way and I could not be more happier for them. This book is one you need to read to appreciate the brilliance of it which is why I’m being so vague.
Their bond, and their emotional connection is one to be envied. I truly think Laramie just gets better with every story that she writes, every single time. I’m so excited to get more from this epic author.
Holden (aka Havoc) first met Leighton when he paid a visit to her family but when she turns back up having “escaped”, he was adamant that he would protect her and I had no doubt in my mind that he would do just that, what I didn’t expect was for them to get married. Nope that escaped me, or at least the logic did, I mean he’s a cop and her family are his prime targets, they’re going to stay away surely!
Nope, obviously not enough – so they tied the knot and set up home together, or that is what it looked like from the outside looking in but whilst they may have lived the life of a married couple but it was for all intents and purpose a full-on marriage of convenience…or at least it was supposed to be? You see neither of them was finding it very convenient hiding the fact that they really did have feelings for each other. And I think that is where I sort of got confused.
Holden was no slouch, not exactly a shy retiring man, but he seemed terrified to take that final step and admit to Leighton, the woman he lay next to each night that what they had started as a means to protect her now meant more and that he didn’t want them to pretend anymore?
And come to think of it Leighton skipped out on her family – stole from them and ran away, she obviously had enough bottle to do that – was telling her “husband” that she loved him really that much of a stretch?
I suppose they both had a lot to lose, without Holden to protect her Leighton was or potentially could be in harm’s way and without Leighton, Holden faced the prospect of being alone, again.
They seemed to be on an almost default self-preservation mode but fate wasn’t ready for this pair to make all the rules, nope not in the slightest. Because when push came to shove…the final decision was a done deal and they had to face the inevitable…together is exactly where they belonged.
Well, obviously as you can see I was more than a little frustrated with the pair of them at times throughout the book but that didn’t diminish from the fact that they were great together and I was desperate for the two of them to just get on with it – my frustration was the fact that I could see them wasting time that they could be spending happily together not in the shadows so to speak.
Other than that, and please forgive my whinging this was a super addition to the series and I look forward to reading whomever is up next!
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OMG - what as book! Again! I barely know where to start!Read more
Title: Havoc (Moonshine Task Force series #3)
Author: Laramie Briscoe
Genre: Contemporary Romance
After reading all 3 books in the moonshine task force back to back and loving them all, I found Havoc just to be on a slightly different level from the first two...Read more