Series: Edge of Honor #4.5
Published by HQN on January 1, 2013
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When the going gets tough, the tough turn to Chris Chapey. As the right-hand man to a group of take-no-prisoners mercenaries, Chris can organize a top-secret rescue mission with his eyes closed. But when it comes to his personal life, Chris is the one who needs a little help.
His problem: Matt Houser. Chris can't deny his attraction to Matt, but Matt has no idea what Chris's job really entails and how much it means to him. Matt challenges Chris to change his life—and make a place for him in it. Can Chris risk telling him the truth?
I was so excited when I heard Chris was going to get his own story. Although it’s a short one (Novella), it’s a great read. I was able to read it all in one setting. I love the Edge of Honor Series. It’s chock full of tall, dark and sexy heroes. It’s a must read for all romantic suspense lovers.
Chris is the glue that holds everything together. He’s more than Dare’s errand boy even though Matt has no idea. Bound by secrecy, Chris can’t give anything away about his job responsibilities. Matt wants a relationship with Chris and he’s willing to do whatever he has too to change Chris’s mind.
I was familiar with both Chris and Matt as secondary characters in previous books. I really hoped they would come together and get their happy ending.
The sexual elements are nearly non-existant which I feel took away from the story a little. When a romance author writes stories that have the traditional male/female relationships the sexual scenes are present. Even though the main characters of this story are both male, I’m not sure why the sexual scenes were omitted from this story.
Overall I am very happy with how things worked out with this story. It’s a great ending to a fantastic series.
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