Thursday, January 5, 2017

Claiming the Billionaire by JM Stewart

After losing her brother to the war and her mother in an accident, Cassie knows she can’t say goodbye to any more loved ones. So when Tyler, also a military man, proposed to her, she rejected his offer and claimed she was only using him for sex. After being deployed to Iraq, he went missing and it was assumed he had died.

Now, three years later, Cassie learns that Tyler is indeed alive and shocks her with his bid to be his date at a charity auction. Despite her misgivings, she can’t resist the sexual chemistry that drew them together in the first place.

And even if Cassie is able to let him back in her heart, there is a chance she’ll lose him all over again if he leaves on a second tour. For Tyler, struggling with PTSD, his issues might pose a danger to the woman he loves.

While Stewart’s (Bargaining for the Billionaire) fourth outing in the Seattle Bachelors series is timely and filled with hot, sexual chemistry, the end is tied up a little too neatly by Tyler’s issues being miraculously resolved with the latest technology for PTSD victims. For readers who want a HEA, though, Stewart delivers.

Originally published in Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | January 6, 2017

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