Meant for Her
Book 1, Love and Danger
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A code only she can break... A man only she was made for... Julie Trueblood's name is found alongside an encrypted message in the safe deposit box of a dead man, bringing Navy investigator Hank Jared to her door, looking for answers. The daughter of the most infamous spy of the twenty-first century, Julie denies any knowledge of the man or the cipher and sends Hank away. Hank is supposed to be in the Adirondacks walking his sister down the aisle, not chasing leads on a John Doe murder investigation that doesn't even appear to be Navy-related. He's a military man through and through, and while an order is an order, he hasn't given up hope of finding a way to make the ceremony. Sparks fly between Hank and Julie as they work to defend against a hidden enemy and discover the truth from the past. When Julie's life is threatened, he finds the perfect place to hide her, right by his side, pretending to be his girlfriend at the wedding. Now he just has to remember their relationship is all an act. The coded message brings Hank and Julie together, but its secrets hold the power to tear them apart. Guided by her generous and quirky Aunt Gwen, Julie will gather the courage to unravel the cipher that was meant for her to decode, as she learns to trust the man she was meant to love.
I feel like this book was kind of rushed. To me a book should make the reader want to keep reading. This one I could go days without reading because it really didnt pull me to it. Normally a love story shouldnt happen with in a few hours and they fall in love… I think the writer got bored with the book herself and just rushed it to end. I love a good love story but not this one. Will not be reading any other part to this book. Good thing it was free.
Meant For Her
Really enjoyed his story. Equal parts of suspense and romance. Highly recommend it.
Good story but rushed
Interesting read and well written but felt very rushed. Should be rewritten to really flesh it out could add a couple hundred pages and really have a great book