Thursday, October 8, 2015

Jennifer Apodaca's Exposing the Heiress ↝Review↜

When wealthy heiress Alyssa Brooks finds out her stepfather has been paying her fiancé to marry her, she's humiliated and betrayed. She quickly breaks the engagement, only to be blackmailed by her nowex-fiancé, who threatens both Alyssa and the son she gave up for adoption. With nowhere to go, she turns to the one man she can trust.
Former Marine sniper Hunter Reece's lethal skills could save Alyssa's life. But his little sister's best friend has turned into a woman, who is an irresistible mix of secrets and sexiness. And while Hunter can trust himself to protect her, he can't trust himself to keep his attraction hidden...or even pretend to be the man that Alyssa remembers.
Because the only way to keep the lovely heiress safe is to become the one thing he knows she could never love...a killer.

Exposing the Heiress was amazing. I could not set this book down until I finished it. Everything about it was just what I wanted. I got a hot slightly damaged ex-military man with PTSD who needs the love of a good woman to help him see his worth and a scared woman needing help finding the strength she has. The fact that Hunter and Alyssa had a history made it even better! The characters worked so well together and the dialogue flowed seamlessly.

Guilt and remorse forces Alyssa to agree to marry Nate, the wrong man, until she learns it was all a conspiracy to gain her part of the company. She turns to Hunter, the one man she knows will keep her safe when Nate begins to make threats against the son she gave up at a time in her life she was already so broken.

Hunter is Alyssa's best friend's brother and has known him since she was a young girl, even though she hadn't seen him in a few years. She knew Hunter would protect her and her son from Nate when he started to become violent and blackmailing her. Hunter has severe instant lust when he sees Alyssa for the first time. The attraction is nearly alarming in its intensity. Alyssa isn't any better off.

The book is full of suspense, lust and heat. This is a beautiful touching story with suspenseful moments that made my heart speed up but not as much as the hot passionate moments did! I highly recommend this one. The struggle Hunter has with his PTSD is very well written and the way he deals with it as well as Alyssa handles it is fantastic. A great read for anyone who loves romantic suspense with a bang!

Meet the Author
USA TODAY Bestselling Author Jennifer Apodaca grew up in Southern California and met her very own hero at the dog pound. She worked there, he came in on business, and it was puppy love. They married and had three wonderful sons.

While her husband worked on his master's degree, Jen did the mom thing by day and went to college at night with the intention of pursuing a marketing degree. But her true passion was writing. With time at a premium, she had to make a choice.

Choosing writing, and with the full support of her husband, she poured herself into her dream. A mere eight years later, she published her first book DATING CAN BE MURDER. In her career, Jen has written a fun and sexy mystery series and a variety of contemporary romances. Taking the pen name of Jennifer Lyon, she also created a dark, sizzling paranormal series, and most recently, The Plus One Chronicles, an emotional and sexy adult contemporary series.

Jen has achieved many of her dreams except for attaining a self-cleaning house, a latte delivery service, and finding the holy grail of nonfattening wine and chocolate. She can live with those disappointments as long as she can keep writing the stories she loves to share with readers.

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