December 9, 2018 3 min to read
Review: Eagle by Janie Crouch
Category : Reviews
And the only person who can save Charlotte Devereux. The woman who once shattered his life.
When former Special Forces soldier Finn Bollinger is asked to help with an undercover mission, he’s up for the task. His job teaching survival skills to civilians at Linear Tactical keeps him sharp, and he can still handle himself in the field.
But the Army damn well didn’t teach Finn how to handle Charlotte Devereux. She’s back and she’s all sorts of bad news.
Charlotte can’t change the past. Can’t change the choices she made or the fact that they cost her everything. All she can do is endure the fallout. Even if that means putting her future in the hands of Finn, the man who has every right to want to destroy her.
And can in so many more ways than he thinks.
When Finn’s undercover mission goes impossibly wrong, he’ll have to depend on Charlotte’s strength in order to survive. But everyone has a breaking point.
He’s fighting for what’s right.
She’s fighting just to survive…
EAGLE is a stand-alone steamy romantic suspense, set in the LINEAR TACTICAL series. Meet the former military men of Linear Tactical, and the women who bring them to their knees: The strongest fall the hardest.
A “less-steamy” version of this book (same great story but with toned down language and sensual scenes) is available ~ If you like the heat level of Janie’s Harlequin Intrigue books, you’ll love the “less-steamy” version of the Linear Tactical series!
Romance – Suspense, Military, Second-Chance, Single Dad
Part of a Series: Yes book 2 of the Linear Tactical Series Zac and Annie from book 1 (Cyclone) show up but you don’t need to have read their book to enjoy this one (although I recommend doing so since it’s really good)
POV: Charlie and Finn
Steam Level: Hot at times
This series just keeps getting better. We met Finn in Cyclone (Zac’s) but now we get to know him even more. Funny, sexy, sassy, and suspenseful Eagle keeps you on the edge of your seat. It’s a wild ride through seedy places and characters. I didn’t figure out who it was until Janie Crouch basically dropped the bad guy sign The other aspects of the danger were easy to figure out, which is probably on purpose in order to add even more suspense and drama to the story.
And Finn’s relationship with his son Ethan is swoon-worthy. Sweet, loving, caring. Protector and defender Finn passes on his valor to his son by just being himself.
I will definitely continue with these hot and sexy guys and the women they fall for. The tag line of the strongest falling the hardest is definitely apt.
I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- If his hair was long enough, he would’ve pulled it.
- In life, we don’t see the bigger picture. We just see pieces. Sometimes those pieces are ugly.
- “I don’t know what the future holds, princess. None of us do. All I can assure you is that I’m not going to hold the pas against you. What happened, happened. It made us into who we are, for better or worse.”
- So evidently both he and his sone were basically engaged to females who didn’t know it.
- They were alone, unsupervised. It was time to get into trouble. They’d always excelled at that.
- “It was always us, princess. Maybe we had to be apart these years, so we could understnd how rightwe are together. We might have never truly appreciated that otherwise.”
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