REVIEW: Havoc by Laramie Briscoe

Sexual tension and passion…

This is an engaging marriage of convenience romance …..…I loved the premise of this story, although perhaps a little unlikely….Holden AKA Havoc is the boss of the Moonshine Taskforce he is a man who hides his inner demons by keeping totally in control until Leighton enters his world in need of protection ….

Holden and Leighton narrate the story…They are both strong characters and well matched but frustratingly at times there is a lot of reluctance on both sides to acknowledge their feelings because of their doubts regarding the appropriateness of their relationship..he is a fair bit older than her and she is the daughter of a Taskforce target criminal …I do love series where key characters from earlier installments have a part to play in future books and this is one such series… I hate to day goodbye to characters so this is a way of checking up on how they are progressing…all the characters are well developed and believable and in particular the interactions of the individuals, who comprise the Moonshine Taskforce, and their significant others are full of love , fun and loyalty……

This is another great addition to the Moonshine Taskforce series full of drama, but not too much, sexual tension, but not too much and a wonderful passionate love story…. I look forward to the next book….This book was reviewed for Summer’s Eve Reads

~Sheena (4/5)

This is the third book in the Moonshine Task Force series and it’s another thoroughly enjoyable read by Laramie Briscoe.

An ardent love story filled with sexual tension and full of drama but written in a believable way no over the top nonsense. The two main protagonists Holden and Leighton are in a marriage of convenience but there’s so much more going on between them with regards to their feelings towards each other that they both need to address, this is the story of how their relationship progresses.

I felt that the story started out rather slowly but for me it was exactly what was needed, it felt like I was present during the build up of the protagonists relationship and what may have started as a marriage of convenience turned into something deep and profound.

I can’t wait to see what’s in-store for us next….

~Cheryl (4/5)

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