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Early Review: Hard Justice

Aug 3, 2017


A DATE WITH DANGER
As the first female operative at Alpha Security, Charlotte "Charlie" Sparks has her work cut out for her. Sure, she can wrestle a man to the ground and hit a target at 200 yards with the best of them. But sometimes, being surrounded by all that testosterone can drive a woman to distraction-especially when that distraction is six-and-a-half feet of cocky, confident, Alpha-trained muscle.

Ex-SEAL commander Vince Franklin has been on some of the most dangerous missions in the world. But pretending to be Charlie's fiancé on their latest assignment in Miami is his toughest challenge yet. Vince and Charlie are like oil and water; they just don't mix. And when their fake romance generates some all-too-real heat, Vince learns that Charlie is more than just arm candy. She's the real deal-and she's ready for some serious action.




4 STARS



Exciting read!  Hard Justice is filled with suspense and steamy moments. Charlie and Vince are the perfect match.  This was my first taste of the Alpha Security series. I enjoyed Hunt's writing style, and her sexy heroes.   I want to read more!






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About the Author....


April blames her incurable chocolate addiction on growing up in rural Pennsylvania, way too close to America's chocolate capital, Hershey. She now lives in Virginia with her college sweetheart husband, two young children, and a cat who thinks she's a human-dog hybrid. On those rare occasions she's not donning the cape of her children's personal chauffeur, April's either planning, plotting, or writing about her next alpha hero and the woman he never knew he needed, but now can't live without. To learn more, visit: www.AprilHuntBooks.com.










Publisher: Forever
Pub Date: Aug. 29, 2017

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