His Duty to Protect (Harlequin Romantic Suspense Series #1691)

His Duty to Protect (Harlequin Romantic Suspense Series #1691)

by Lindsay McKenna
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His Duty to Protect 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Too contrived, both in the plot, and the word for word repetition in what the characters thought and what they said. How many times do you need to explain who was who's "whipping post?" And there were so many more. Please get an editor who can help you weed out things that not only don't advance the plot, but drag it to a halt. Then to have her afraid of rejection on one page, agreeing they needed time, then saying SHE planned to get married at the end of the same scene. I liked the description of the flying and the terrain a lot, but the characters' personalities were annoying.
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This book was in the middle for me. It had moments that were great and moments that weren't. Although I could understand Rachel's anger, after five years I thought it was a little extreme. She made the situation worse for herself than it had to be. Ty was wrong in his perception of women, but after learning of his background I understood him more. Yes, Ty should have been disciplined, but it was extreme. To me it seemed to be an abuse of the the Treyhern power in the military. Kudos to Ty for learning to overcome his past and trying to make amends. The declarations of love would have been nice to hear before all of the ensuing danger and fighting, but the feeling were developing. But best of all was forgiving past hurts and moving on together. Overall a pleasant read.
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RB_Loves_Romance More than 1 year ago
This book was ridiculous. The scenarios are contrived and the extreme emotional swings of the characters gave me whip lash. I'm not a big fan of books where one or both of the main characters have an extreme dislike of the other for the majority of the book and then in a single moment near the end of the book pop out the I Love You declaration I have some of the early McKenna military books in my classic collection. This book will not be joining that collection.