Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Navy Justice (Whidbey Island #5)
by Geri Krotow

I found this to be a very interesting read full of a few surprises. It starts out with a bang and pretty much ends with one. The plot was interesting and held your attention. Joy and Brad kind of have an on and off relationship. Both are hooked on the other but for one reason or another they never took steps to make it work. They have more or less loved from a far. Now with them both out of the military Brad thinks maybe he could start a relationship with her. Before he could make the dream a reality he finds his self in trouble and she is the only one he can run to for help.

These two work well together as they come together to help work out who the bad guys are. I thought this was a great read with wonderful characters. The ending you won't see coming. I did not feel the chemistry between Brad and Joy. For me it was like they were old times friends (who really make the best lovers). The book was totally enjoyable with warm caring characters. I can't say there was really anyone I didn't like. It was full of mystery with a boat blowing up at the start and lives held in danger until the end. If you are looking for a sweet romance with a touch of danger pick this book up for a read.

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Book Description
A quiet, civilian life on Whidbey Island sounded great to navy lawyer Joy Alexander. But when navy SEAL-turned-FBI agent Brad Iverson shows up on her doorstep bruised and bleeding, she realizes it's not so easy to leave the past behind. Even harder to forget are the feelings she once had for Brad.

Brad's on an undercover operation, one that's targeting potential terrorists…and unintentionally bringing danger to Joy. They'll have to work together again, except this time it's not only justice they're after—it's survival. If they make it that far, they won't waste a second chance at love.

About the author
Geri is a native Western New Yorker who left home to sail the seven seas. A U.S. Naval Academy graduate, she's lived in Italy, Belgium and Russia. She uses her experiences past and present to craft contemporary romance and romantic suspense.

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