Sunday, October 1, 2017

Book Review: Montana Marine by Debra Parmley

Book Details:

Print Length: 128 pages
Publisher: Kindle Worlds; 1 edition 
Publication Date: June 6, 2017

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About the Book:

Marine Recon Gunnery Sergeant Jack “Gunny” Barr has retired and returned to Texas when he’s hired by The Brotherhood Protectors bodyguard service in Montana. His job is to protect the volatile actress Angelica Glory. She’s a bombshell and an obsessive stalker has fixated on her as a target. Lucy Wood, her shy assistant, has her hands full watching out for her. When the women are sent to Montana to lay low until the stalker is caught, Angelia has nothing to do but lay by the pool drinking rum and cola while trying to seduce the hunky bodyguard set to protect them or die trying. Jack and Lucy are drawn to each other, but working for Angelica leaves little time to see where their desires might lead. A dangerous stalker with a love obsession is determined to have the woman of his dreams.

Montana Marine is a romantic suspense story about Angelica, a wildly inappropriate and rude starlet being stalked by a fan. To keep her safe, Angelica's manager sends her and her assistant Lucy away from Tinseltown for a while. Hired to protect both Angelica and Lucy from the fan, Jack finds himself leaving his home state of Texas to head to Montana with his security team. 

I really enjoyed Montana Marine. Angelica is a horrible, horrible person. She treats Lucy, her assistant, like dirt, humiliating her in public, calling her names, etc. When Lucy realizes that a fan has been stalking Angelica, she makes a call that forces both of them out of the spotlight and into a Montana ranch far away from civilian life. Enter retired Gunnery Sergeant Jack Barr.

Jack's team was assigned protection detail over Angelica and her assistant Lucy. When Jack meets Lucy sparks fly off of the pages. Being a novella, the relationship between Lucy and Jack goes rather fast, but it's sweet nonetheless.  I enjoyed their interactions and they were written well. 

The story was incredible. The twists and turns kept me on the edge of my seat. I couldn't put the book down once I started reading it. The book was fast paced and perfect for a quick read in between my Master's program homework.

I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book provided to me by the author.

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