Always for You: Jack by Alexis Morgan
Series: Sergeant Joe's Boys #1
Published by Loveswept on April 19th 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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No one understands family loyalty like Jack McShane. He’d do anything to honor his foster father’s last wishes, even if it means putting his own plans on hold to manage Joe’s construction business. An ex–Special Forces operative, Jack thrives on the thrill of globe-hopping rescues. But now he’s needed closer to home. His foster mother has her hands full with a troubled teen, and when Jack meets the hired tutor, he discovers a woman who stirs his protective instincts—and his deepest desires.
Caitlyn Curtis knows that good looks can hide a hot temper. After an abusive marriage crushed her dreams of a happy ending, she swore off men—until one intoxicating dance in Jack’s strong arms breaks down every emotional barrier. Tough but tender, he leaves Caitlyn yearning for more of his gentle seduction. Despite the violence he’s seen, Jack is a good man. And even though passion can be dangerous, the promise of Jack’s kiss tempts her to believe that love is a risk worth taking.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
I find Always For You: Jack’s blurb a bit misleading. Ok, so misleading might be too strong a word but there are a couple of things that are not as mentioned above.
Jack was Special Forces but had to retire because of an injury, and is doing some private work for a friend where he can put all the skills he honed during his time in the military to good use.
He and his two foster brothers (who are also in the military) were fostered by a great couple. Joe, their foster Dad passed away leaving them each a third of his construction business. When I think of a construction business that can be equally bequeathed to three heirs I think of a fairly large enterprise. The whole book Jack just goes to small jobs by himself. This seems more like a handyman type business, rather than a full-on construction company.
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