Tuesday, July 19, 2016

review || RESCUING EMILY { blog tour } by Susan Stoker

Self-Published | July 19, 2016 | Romantic Suspense
Delta Force Heroes, book 2


Renting out the apartment over his garage shouldn’t be a life-changing decision, but when Delta soldier Cormac “Fletch” Fletcher meets Emily Grant, he feels an instant connection. He can’t stand the thought of Emily and her young daughter living anywhere unsafe. Offering cheap rent is a small price to pay for their safety…and Fletch’s peace of mind. 

Being a single mother is difficult at best, but renting the extremely affordable space from Fletch makes Emily’s life a lot easier…until it doesn’t. Suddenly all the money she’s saving thanks to Fletch’s generosity is going into the hands of a blackmailer. And what little food Emily can afford goes to her daughter Annie, so the girl doesn’t go to bed hungry…leaving Emily weaker and weaker. 

When miscommunication has Emily assuming Fletch is in on the blackmail, he not only has to gain her trust, but also deal with a man holding a grudge against Fletch and his entire Delta Force team. A task made more difficult when the dangerous man gets his hands on Emily and Annie... 

** Rescuing Emily is the 2nd book in the Delta Force Heroes Series. Each book is a stand-alone, with no cliffhanger endings.
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{ about susan stoker } .

New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author, Susan Stoker has a heart as big as the state of Texas where she lives, but this all American girl has also spent the last fourteen years living in Missouri, California, Colorado, and Indiana. She's married to a retired Army man who now gets to follow her around the country.

She debuted her first series in 2014 and quickly followed that up with the SEAL of Protection Series, which solidified her love of writing and creating stories readers can get lost in.

{ review } .

I have been pumped for this book since Fletch last looked at his upstairs apartment and he was questioned about the new tenants. I just knew he and the lady upstairs would hit it off great, and that they most certainly did. Adding little Annie to the mix was a fun change of pace as well; she brought a lot to the story, much more than just being Emily's daughter.

Of course, the road to together isn't easy for Emily and Fletch. In fact, they almost don't take it due to a misunderstanding. But threats have a way of making you look at a person differently, and soon Emily and Fletch were on the road to finding if they could have something more than just a landlord-tenant relationship. There were a few things in the telling of the story that had me squinty eyed, but not so much that I felt it detracted too much from the story.

This was another favorite for me; I love this series and there are a few standout characters, and Fletch and his insta-family of Emily and Annie are definitely up there for me (Corrie and Quint will always be my favorite; always).

Like there was build-up for this book, there is slight build up in the epilogue for the next. Not nearly as intriguing as Fletch looking at the apartment, but still enough to have me excited to read Coach's book.

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