Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Review: Singe

Singe Singe by Aly Martinez
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Final Score - 5 Burning Hot Stars!!!

Wow!  This being my very first Aly Martinez novel (I do have two other book by her I haven't gotten to yet), I must say ... WHAT THE HECK WAS I WAITING FOR?   This book was a scorcher - from beginning to end!  Jude is an ALL male & masculine hero, but he's far from perfect but an oh so perfectly flawed hero. He both loves and protects fiercely - there is NO in-between. He's an ex-cop, now a professional security guard for the rich and famous and he's recently relocated for a new job back home in Chicago.  It's not a happy homecoming for Jude as it brings back memories of a fateful night four years ago ... of a beautiful woman who fills his flashback dreams with nightmares. What he didn't anticipate is that woman, Rhion Park, would live a floor below his company ... and she soon becomes his newest security detail as well as his love.

Singe is a book chock full of suspense laced with a deep feeling of destiny and romance with characters who have suffered debilitating wounds.  Ms. Martinez kept me riveted, page by page, praying for these lost souls to get a second chance at a happily-ever-after who have seen their fair share of betrayal, fear, pain, and suffering. I loved that Rhion wasn't your typical tough heroines but quite insecure. Bring Rhion and Jude together was just what she needed to face her fears.

Singe has a colorful cast of characters - the other brooding alphas of the Guardian Protection firm, and I can't wait to read their stories.  First & foremost is Johnson ... there's some juicy backstory there that I just need to read! *Hint hint*

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