A Reckless Love.

Zane Sager wants to find the ruthless criminal responsible for wreaking havoc on his life for several years. He means to accomplish the task, but another dangerous facet of his job places him in close proximity with Aurora Daughtry. And Zane begins to wonder if the true danger is losing his life . . . or losing his heart.

My Thoughts:

First and foremost, I’ll say this: please read the series. Don’t be a weirdo like me and jump on this train at the tail end of the party. You’ll know so much more about what’s going on. And there is a lot going on.

With that being said, I’m definitely going to go back and read the rest of this series because I loved this book. It was fantastic! My first Beth White book and I’m hooked on these incredible sisters and their lovely men. I can’t wait to read their stories because their interactions are so fun.

A Reckless Love tells Aurora and Zane’s story and I couldn’t help but smile or swoon each time they shared a page. I loved their dynamic! Aurora is a bubbly, optimistic talker and Zane is the exact opposite, but they’re both brilliant in their own ways. They need each other and it’s beautiful.

I said before that there is a lot going on and I meant it. There are many names and situations to keep up with. The writing is smart enough to explain it and maintain the flow of all of the justice shenanigans. I struggled to keep up with all of the information, but I was missing the foundation of the first two books. However, even with that gap in my understanding, I knew enough to still be able to appreciate the way it played out.

I highly recommend this novel for fans of historical fiction, especially post-Civil War. Read the entire series, but definitely read them! This book is available now.

A grateful shout out to Revell for the complimentary copy of this book. All expressed opinions are mine.

Purchase: Amazon | Christianbook | Barnes & Noble | Baker Book House

Book Boyfriend:

Zane Sager. I mean, y’all. I would use all of the heart-eyed emojis here. And the interesting, beautiful thing about his character is that he is so obviously flawed. He wears an eye patch and he approaches situations with a gruffness that isn’t rude, but isn’t overly polite either. He thinks that he’s a “what you see is what you get” kind of guy, and I loved that Aurora shed light on a depth of character that was hidden even to him. By the end of the novel, it feels as if he’s a completely different character, but he’s not. He’s just finally open to himself and that was a very moving realization.


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