Monday, August 6, 2012

Hell on Wheels by Julie Ann Walker

From Amazon - Ex–Marine Nate "Ghost" Weller is an expert at keeping his cool—and his distance—which makes him one hell of a sniper. It's also how he keeps his feelings for Ali Morgan in check. Sweet, sexy Ali has always revved his engine, but she's his best friend's baby sister...and totally off limits.

Ali's never seen anything sexier than Nate Weller straddling his custom Harley—or the flash of danger in his eyes when she tells him she's in trouble. First something happened to her brother, and now she's become the target of a nasty international organization. With Nate, her life is in the most capable hands possible—but her heart is another story altogether.

For the most part, I enjoyed this book. It was a fun, quick read, which had me captivated from the first sentence. The Hero, Nate “Ghost” Weller was the typical alpha male – the take charge, must protect their woman at all cost kind of guy. I’d doubt that I would be the first to admit that I like that type of hero. His alpha maleness, and the way he always answered Ali by grunting made him incredibly sexy. Ali, the heroine, was just alright.  She didn’t really stand out. I found the way she was always throwing up to be pretty annoying.

At times, the story was pretty unrealistic. Some of the things that took place were unbelievable. In addition to some things being difficult to believe, there were also some cheesy moments. I actually cringed a few times because of the cheesiness.

Despite all the bad, this was definitely an above average read. I can’t exactly put my finger on it, but there was something about this novel that kept me coming back for more. I recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Romantic Suspense.

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Abbey 

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