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Wind River Protector: Wind River Valley #8

Lindsay McKenna

ISBN 9781420147537
Publish Date 7/30/2019
Format ePub
Categories Romance Contemporary, Kensington Ebooks
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The new novel from the bestselling author of Home to Wind River.

Real love is worth every risk . . .

Ex-Air Force pilot Andy Whitcomb loves nothing more than the wide blue skies, but when a helicopter crash fighting forest fires in California leaves her injured and shaken, she’s ready to return home to the peace of Wind River Ranch. The good news is, there’s a chance for her to fly helos for the county sheriff’s department. The bad news? The person in charge is none other than Dev Mitchell, an ex-Army Black Hawk pilot—and the rugged, sharp-eyed man Andy has never forgotten after five days together running from the Taliban after a nerve-wracking near-miss in Afghanistan.

Dev can’t believe his eyes when Andy walks into the interview. She’s as strong and sexy as he remembers, and every bit qualified for the job, which she clearly wants. Unfortunately, if he’s going to be her boss, their relationship has to remain strictly professional—a regret Dev fights to keep hidden as they begin to work together. But when a chance encounter with violent drug traffickers forces them into survival mode, both of them will fight to hold on to the connection they can’t ignore—and the chance of a future together.

About Lindsay McKenna :

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Lindsay McKenna is the pseudonym of award-winning author Eileen Nauman. With more than 185 titles to her credit and approximately 23 million books sold in 33 countries worldwide, Lindsay is one of the most distinguished authors in the women's fiction genre. She is the recipient of many awards, including six RT Book Reviews awards (including best military romance author) and an RT Book Reviews Career Achievement Award. In 1999, foreseeing the emergence of ebooks, she became the first bestselling women's fiction author to exclusively release a new title digitally. In recognition of her status as one of the originators of the military adventure/romance genre, Lindsay is affectionately known as “The Top Gun of Women's Military Fiction.” Lindsay comes by her military knowledge and interest honestly—by continuing a family tradition of serving in the U.S. Navy. Her father, who served on a destroyer in the Pacific theater during World War II, instilled a strong sense of patriotism and duty in his daughter. Visit Lindsay at lindsaymckenna.com.

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4 Star Protector (Sunday, July 28, 2019)
Reviewer: Stormy Vixen

Andy Whitcomb loves nothing more than blue skies, but when her helicopter crashes in California, she’s ready to return home to the peace of Wind River Ranch. The good news is – that there’s a chance for her to fly helos for the county sheriff’s department. Bad news – the person in charge is none other the ex-Army Black Hawk pilot, Dev Mitchell. Dev can’t believe his eyes when Andy walks into the interview, but if he’s going to be her boss, their relationship has to remain strictly professional.

This story is an emotionally gripping and engaging slow burn romance with some intense life threatening situations. The characters are strong, vivid and easily draw readers into their story while the relationship is a slow burn building with lots of passionate intensity, readers are in no doubt that Andy and Dev belong together. This story is a clean romance that provides readers with the illusion of quite a bit of time passing and the characters growing closer together the longer they spend time together which gives them time to overcome their emotional issues to finally reach for their happily ever after.

The plot is set a steady pace and has lots of intense conversations as the couple get to know each other, both have past issues that have them hesitant to reach for forever after relationship, so the story has a lot of emotionally powerful moments and reflections. While some of the conversations seem to be a little repetitive, the overall spacing of the conversations and some thrilling suspense and excitement gives readers an overall ‘real life experience’ kind of story that can really enjoy.


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