Part of our reasoning to do this is to bring more attention to the Indie authors we love to read. With so many books out there now it's hard to figure out what is a good, well-written book...or not. Keep in mind, these are our opinions, things we like to read.
Today's offering is POISONED HONOR by Lexi Post. Here's the blurb:
Coast Guard rescue swimmer, Tyler Adams must push past the limitations of his near-fatal accident to save the woman he loves or lose her forever.
After a near-fatal accident while on duty, Coast Guardsman rescue swimmer, Tyler Adams is determined to get back to work. Unfortunately, it has left him with a mental scar he can’t overcome, a scar he must hide from the sexy psychologist he’s very attracted to. But as more “accidents” plague the Air Station, he is forced to involve her.
Dr. Meghan Haskell is thrilled to have landed the government contract to help the Coast Guardsmen and women in Crystal Waters, Florida. She’s also impressed that Tyler has had no need of her services even after his accident. Smitten, she jumps at the chance to spend more time with him…until he asks the unthinkable.
Beyond frustrated after another crew member is seriously hurt, Tyler pushes every boundary to expose the saboteur, inadvertently endangering Meghan. Now he must overcome his limitations or lose her forever.
What I liked about this story (beyond the helicopters which are my favorite air ship) is the attention to the detail of the mystery and the slow unveiling of the saboteur as the story goes along. The romance had to take the co-pilot's chair out of necessity because Tyler is running out of time and someone at his station gets hurt every mission. Even for high risk professions, that's too often. Plus, Tyler himself has PTSD that gets in the way of every-day function and puts his job at risk. The action is great in this story and ending brings a very satisfying conclusion. Good read.
If you'd like a copy, you can find it in ebook for $2.99 here:
| Lexi Post's Website | Amazon | B&N | iBooks | Kobo Books |
Want to find other recommended reads? Follow the links below: