Top positive review
Good story, recommended
Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2017
The second in a series, I enjoyed this book as much as the first. Interesting characters, and I am so relieved to know that every male protagonist is not bedding every available female character he encounters. This main character doesn't see women as objects. Hooray! I really want to thank the author for that. It's refreshing. I'm tired of books where you know from the moment they lay eyes on each other they're going to fight the urge for an entire two days and then fall into bed, having the best sex of a lifetime. And then the next book it's the same. Not with this author, or this main character. Hawk is intense and honorable and focused on his job. He's also not infallible, which makes the story more interesting. My reservations about this book match my reservations about the first in the series: 1) still plenty of typos, which could be caught by proofreading by a PERSON (since many are things like small words being omitted), 2) some awkward sentence structures, which an editor would catch, and 3) at least one major occurrence that propels the story forward that is highly unlikely or impossible. In this case, reading the license plate of a passing vehicle from a fifth story window without even using binoculars. No, his eyesight is not how "Hawk" got his name. Still, overall I enjoyed the story and immediately started the third in the series.