Sunday, October 18, 2015

His Angel by Samantha Cole

Title:His Angel
Series: Trident Security, 2
Author:Samantha Cole
Publisher:Samantha Cole
Genre and Pairing:Contemporary and M/F
PageCount:223 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
The 'Sexy Six-Pack' is back! The men of Trident Security are ex- Navy SEALs, hardened warriors with hearts of gold. 
Angelina 'Angie' Beckett has been waiting a long time for Mister Right. Unfortunately, all her boyfriends have turned out to be Mr. Wrong. None of them have been able to hold her interest for long and give her what she craves in a relationship. That is, until she meets her new neighbor's boss.

Ian Sawyer stopped believing in 'soul-mates' after his fiancée walked out the door ten years ago without a backwards glance. Now, he needs for a woman to spell out exactly what she wants from him. When he starts to fall for the woman he's protecting, he can't help but wonder when she'll realize that love is not enough for a lifetime of happiness.

When trouble knocks on Angie's front door, she puts her life in Ian's hands. His security team is determined to keep her alive at all costs, but will someone die in her place? And when the smoke clears, will Angie walk out of Ian's life forever? 

They’rrre back, the uber sexy men of Trident Security.  In the second installment of Samantha Cole’s Trident Security series, Ian gets his shot at happily ever after.  He has seen his friend’s neighbor from a distance and she intrigues him.  And actually speaking with her does nothing to limit his fascination.  But will keeping a secret cause him to lose his chance at forever before he realizes it is what he wants? 
I love this series and His Angel did not disappoint.  Ms. Cole is building a wonderful world of friendship and loyalty between the men of Trident Security and Ian is the spoken and unspoken leader.  But love isn’t something he is comfortable with.  By trying to control every aspect of his encounters with the opposite sex he may lose something he didn’t realize was valuable and necessary to him.  Seeing Ian and Angie navigate this world that is new to them both was very well articulated by Samantha Cole.  Ian has been so burned by love he doesn’t trust it.  He details every meeting hoping for guidance but losing spontaneity, real caring, actual trust and emotional depth.  He is sure anything other than what is explicitly listed is unnecessary in a relationship.  That is until Angie.  Angie is irreverent but strong, smart and joyful.  She added something in Ian’s world and Ms. Cole does a wonderful job of articulating not only the lack but the growth, as both Ian and Angie learn to trust not only what they have but in each other.  I thoroughly enjoyed this story and can’t wait to see who is next to find their happily ever after within these strong and funny men.

                                   Five Shooting Stars

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