Review: Strike Zone by Beth Rhodes

Review: Strike Zone by Beth Rhodes

Sharpshooter, Emily Rogers, was the best at what she did, until a job went tragically wrong resulting in the death of an innocent child. Haunted by guilt and harassed by the media, Emily turns her back on the only existence she’s known, hiding herself away and trying to build a new life.

When a job comes up requiring a sharpshooter, Hawk Elite medic, John Vega, has the perfect excuse to hunt down the woman he’s had a crush on for over two years. When he finally finds her living a quiet life in a small town on the coast, he makes her an offer she can’t refuse.

Aware she needs closure, Emily agrees to work with John, but soon it becomes obvious she has a target on her back. Can she trust John enough to stay and give in to the attraction growing between them? Or will life show her that she should have stayed hidden in her quiet coastal town?

My Review:
Genre: Romantic Suspense, military
Standalone: Yes
Part of a Series: Yes Book 3 of the Hawk Elite Security (All are interconnected standalone novels
POV: John and Emily with several others
Steam-Level: A little less clean than clean

Strike Zone is the third book in the Hawk Elite Security Series. Each book keeps getting better than last. It kept me on edge and reading way past my bedtime. I liked seeing how the team worked on a mission in this book.

Overall a lot of fun and action-packed. This series keeps getting better with each book.

I received a copy of this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.

Favorite Quotes:

  • Temptation had a name, and it was John.
  • “You’re adorably honest and straightforward.” “Is that even a compliment?”
  • If he’d brought her to Idaho to seduce her, it was working.
  • If they did hook up and find some fantasy-ever0after, they could live a life with her shooting people and him fixing them right up.
  • The guys disappeared like a fart in the wind.

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