ARC Book Review: Wolf (Reed Security Book #19) by Giulia Lagomarsino
Publication Date: November 20, 2019
Publisher: Independently Published
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I met my little pixie in a coffee house and we hit it off right away. That is, until she saw me shoot someone. But in my defense, they were coming to rob the coffee shop. Who does that? Now, I’ll do anything to get her back and make her realize that she’s mine. Kidnapping? I’m not too good for that. Getting shot? Play up the sympathy card. Marry her? You’re damn straight I will. Lay down my life for her? In a heartbeat. I would do anything for this woman and I will make her mine.
It was one non date. We had coffee together. After we bumped into each other. It was more of a meet-cute than anything. It was fun until I realized how very naive I was. I mean, the man said that he had a gun on him and I laughed it off like an idiot. Who actually carries around a gun with them. Apparently, everyone from Reed Security. But I didn’t see that, and now I have a stalker. Not just any stalker though. This man takes everything to the extreme. But I can survive him. I will survive him. And when all is said and done, I’ll go back to my life and the boring men I date. Right?
This is the 19th book in the series and I haven't read any of the previous books. That being said I didn't really feel that out of the loop. The whole story was far fetched but very humorous. Craig is insistent that Reese is the woman for him. He starts stalking her, in an attempt to get her to change her mind. Craig is clueless that this is not normal. In fact I think all of the people who work for Reed Security and quite frankly the whole town are a bit off their rockers. I'm not sure if this was supposed to be comedy romance but thats what it came down to for me. I wasn't sure if I wanted to continue reading after some of the jump the shark moments but the dialogue and situations were too amusing to not continue and I'm happy I did. I doubt I will be picking up any more of the titles in the series because its not really my genre but it was an amusing and lighthearted romance.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher through Xpresso Tours in exchange for an honest review.
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