Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Book Review of Falling for the Marine (McCade Brothers #2) by Samanthe Beck

ARC provided by Publisher for honest review.

USMC helicopter pilot Michael McCade has two goals: Get his damn back into alignment and keep his nose clean until his commanding officer clears him to fly again. The doctor-recommended massage therapy seems like a necessary step toward returning to the cockpit, but when his too-hot-to-handle neighbor, Chloe Kincaid, turns out to be his masseuse, he strays from the straight and narrow in a major way. 

Chloe Kincaid is looking for a simple, no strings attached, ego-boosting hook up. But when her positively panty-melting neighbor, USMC Major Michael McCade, (aka Major Hottie), shows up on her massage table, she lets desire get the better of professionalism. Now theyre pretending to be engaged to avoid a whole lot of unanticipated consequences of a momentary lapse in judgment. But can a girl who avoids attachments at all costs fake an engagement to a straight-arrow soldier without falling hard?


Please note* You do not need to read the first book in this series in order to read this book.

I personally have never been disappointed with a Brazen title! I was hooked into this book from the first page. (I love when that happens.)

Chloe is a spur of the moment masseuse with a past that has made her the way she is.   She's an extremely likable and relatable character.  Michael is a tidy marine with back issues that have put his helicopter flying career on hold. This book had me laughing and blushing the whole way through. Chloe's antics and Michael's reactions were so much fun!

Watching the characters oppositeness (is that a word?) was so much fun. I feel like I know these characters! Needless to say I am running to order the first book in this series right now. Thank you so much to Brazen for allowing me to review this!

Seriously, if you're looking for an adult contemporary romance, check out this series.

For more information on the first book in the series, click here.

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