Monday, October 15, 2012

Navy Seal Rescuer by Shirlee McCoy

Book Description:
After four years in prison for crimes she didn't commit, Catherine Miller just wants to lie low at her isolated farmhouse. But someone still thinks she's guilty—and should pay the ultimate price. Someone angry enough to spray-paint murderer on her home and attack her in broad daylight. Her neighbor, former navy SEAL Darius Osborne, vows to hunt down her predator. The handsome security contractor has as harrowing a past as Catherine's, and won't let anyone get too close. Yet with a cold-blooded killer on her trail, they'll get closer than either ever imagined.

My Thoughts:
Loved this book.  Catherine has returned home after being wrongfully imprisoned for 4 years.  Now she is home and it seems there are some in town that don't believe in her innocence and plan to make her pay.  She meets Darius, her new neighbor, when he saves her from a potentially deadly attack.  He becomes a bodyguard, protector and friend.  Now Darius has to keep the woman that intrigues him alive and find who is trying to kill her before they manage to succeed.
The characters were perfectly written in this book.  Catherine's grandma was probably my favorite just because of how straightforward she was with everything.  Catherine was cautious and hesitant to trust, but with good reason.  She wasn't the kind to throw a pity party though and managed to keep her faith.  Darius had his own past issues but they didn't stop him from being a bodyguard and strong protector.  The story line was good, suspenseful, heart felt and a touch of romance.
I rate this one a 5/5.  It was good, suspense story.

Thank you to netgalley for the review copy of this book.  I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.


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