Sunday, October 14, 2012

Rev It Up - Julie Ann Walker

Book Blurb:
     He Never Misses A Target
Jake "the Snake" Sommers earned his SEAL code name by striking quickly and quietly-and with lethal force. That's also how he broke Michelle Carter's heart. It was the only way to keep her safe-from himself. Four long years later, Jake is determined to get a second chance. But to steal back into Michelle's loving arms, Jake is going to have to prove he can take things slow. Real slow...

     She Aims To Make Him Beg
Michelle Carter has never forgiven Jake for being so cliché as to "love her and leave her." But when her brother, head of the Black Knights elite ops agency, ticks off the wrong mobster, she must do the unimaginable: place her life in Jake's hands. No matter what they call him, this man is far from cold-blooded. And once he's wrapped around her heat, he'll never let her go...

In My Own Words:
4 years ago, Jake made one of the biggest mistakes of his life.  He left the woman he loves and let his friend have her, hell he pushed them to be together.  Now, he hopes to rectify that situation and make her understand why he said the things he said and that he has never stopped loving her.  Michelle has been through lots of loss, one being her husband and best friend.  What she doesn't plan on doing is making the same mistake twice so when Jake walks back in to her life, her mission is to make him walk back out before he can cause more damage.  But when danger comes knocking, she must put her life and the life of her son in Jakes capable hands and thus leave her heart wide open.

This is the 3rd book in the Black Knight series and I think it keeps getting better and better.  I love the dynamic of the team and how once you are one of them, you are always one of them, no matter how much time escapes.  I was pretty sure I knew Michelle's secret, but I loved how it came about, and it was cheesy or drawn out.  One of the other really cool things is the flow of the books.  Each book seamlessly flows to the next.  Great series, I highly recommend.

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