Thursday, January 19, 2017

Saving Shayna by Elle Boon

Title: Saving Shayna
Series: The Omega Team
Author: Elle Boon
Publisher: Amazon
Genre and Pairing: Contemporary and M/F
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Professional violinist Shayna Macintyre has a problem. Her borrowed, multi-million dollar Stradivarius violin has been stolen—and someone is leaving her threatening messages to present herself to them, or else.

Mike Royce is used to being backup for the CIA, until him and his partner decided to retire and open their own security business. However, the best plans don’t always follow the rules when love is involved. Now, he’s working for the Omega Team on a special assignment as a babysitter. He’s never had a problem keeping things professional, until he sees Shayna, and now all he can do is think about her, and the very dirty things he wants to do with her. And to her.

When the threat to Shayna’s life intensifies, Mike will do anything in his power to keep her safe. Even if it means spending days on end locked up with her.

Mike hadn’t planned on what being with Shayna would do to him, but will almost losing her push him past his limits, and beyond?

Shayna’s world is her music but danger has changed her view. When she runs to her cousin for help, will Team Omega continue its successful record by Saving Shayna? This is a cross over tale by Elle Boon which is full of action and emotion.
I thoroughly enjoyed Ms. Boon’s visit to the Team Omega world. And I really enjoyed Shayna and Mike. Shayna was a strong female character who did not allow fear to dictate her life. She knew she was out of her depth and took steps to protect herself. But she refused to allow those steps to change who she was as a person. And her attraction to Mike was unexpected but not unwanted. Ms. Boon did a wonderful job of making the chemistry between Mike and Shayna feel effortless. Mike fit with Shayna which was unexpected but believable. He didn’t appear to have much in common with Shayna but their commonalities outweighed their differences. I loved that he appreciated what Shayna was and could be. He loved her strength and worked to support her as best he could while making sure she would live to play again. Ms. Boon gave us a story that was full of emotion, laughter and action. It was well written and well worth your time.
                     Five shooting Stars

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