Saturday, January 3, 2015

Home for the Holidays: A Hoorah Christmas by Willow Brooke

Title Home for the Holidays
Series: Breaking Protocol, 5
Author Willow Brooke
Publisher: JK Publishing
Genre: Menage, holiday themed
Pages: 48
Reviewer: Redz


Publisher's Blurb
Warning: For Mature Adult Audiences. Contains language and actions some may deem offensive. Sexually explicit content. Menage – MFM, MMM
In book five of Breaking Protocol: The team is finally able to spend the holidays at home together. They even end up using their covert training to bring a Christmas Eve surprise to one of their own.
Vince finds himself in a sexy male love triangle, forced to either choose a side or risk losing the love he’s searched so long for. While Hulk, Violet, and Kodiak plan for the future, turning up the heat in a decision that will change their life forever.
Pop fights his past and tries to put the demons to rest so he can move on. And Dom and Vice heat things up with an intensity that’s too hot to handle. As Michael makes a huge decision that affects them all.
A Hoorah Christmas on the ranch shows why the blood, sweat, and tears the team puts forth in missions makes it so worthwhile. It is done for love, happiness, and most of all—family.





Review:
Willow Brooke brings back the team of Breaking Protocol in Home for the Holidays: A Hoorah Christmas. This book is not a stand alone so you really need to have read the previous books in the series to understand who is who. I am a huge fan of the series and really enjoyed this heated Christmas story.
The into to this story is bloody and gruesome. But is important to see how Pop is feeling today.
Vance finds a new love when their family dog is hurt and David the vet fixes him. Their chemistry is very strong and powerful. I would love for them to have a full complete stand alone story one day.
You get to meet people we have met before in this book an see how they are doing today. Over all this is one Christmas no one is gonna forget.
I liked the angst, love, and family connection in this story. Ms. Brooke does a great job of keeping me interested in her characters and making me want more of them in the future.
This book made me smile, cry a little, and gasp at times. I love having a story I cannot put down and this one fits the bill perfectly. 

                                          Five Shooting Stars
 




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