He loves the sweet life
Greg Hutchins is reluctantly adulting these days. He’s settled in his job, recently bought his first house, and has a network of friends he can call family. But there’s something missing in his life, and he can’t quite put his finger on it. When he’s assigned to a case that involves investigating a biochemical company, he meets a woman who’s sweeter than any candy. Maybe she’s just the thing to make him feel complete.
She’s ready for the future
Noelle LaVigne has faced plenty of tragedy in her life, but she’s on the right path now. Between her new job and settling into a new city, she’s got no time for dating or relationships. She’s worked hard to get where she is, and no man is going to push her off track. Except the minute Hutch crosses her path she can’t seem to think about anything but the handsome security expert. He’s there to find a corporate spy, but late-night work sessions make her think they’ve both found something much more meaningful.
A twist they never saw coming
When the case becomes dangerous, both of their futures are on the line. And when the bullets start flying, they will have to learn to trust in each other if they hope to survive.
I didn’t realize when I started Submission Impossible that the heroine, Noelle, is the daughter of the hero in the Butterfly Bayou series. I just love it when an author crosses over series and brings back well loved characters. We also get the many characters from the original Masters & Mercenaries series. I’ve enjoyed all these characters, and it helped create an instant connection to this new series.
Hutch was great. He was very protective of Noelle and I like that he had to pursue her. I’m a sucker for a guy-chase-girl story. And then there’s Kyle. It’s funny how he felt like a main character and yet he wasn’t the hero. He never took away from Hutch as the hero, but he sure did make things a lot more interesting. I’m looking forward to getting his book.
This was a great start to the spin off of Masters & Mercenaries.
Lexi Blake is the queen of suspenseful stories with a alpha hero who falls for the sassy heroine he’s protecting.
There’s always a twist and danger to these stories and no two are alike so buckle up for this new Reloaded series of Master and Mercenaries! You will love Hutch and Noelle,they are both super smart people looking for that missing piece,and they might have found it,if the enemy does get them first!
Submission Impossible. Review by Christine Jalili
This book is fantastic. I loved how I stayed on edge. Is someone out to harm Noelle? A former co worker died and we’re not sure who’s guilty. Loved how well Hutch seems to know Noelle. I really felt their connection and hurt for him at one point. Can he keep her safe? Can she trust in him? Really loved their happy ever after. I voluntarily read an advanced readers copy and I highly recommend this book.