Title: Superior Collision (Crossing Forces #5)
Author: C.A. Szarek
Stars: 4 stars
I wasn't sure about reading book 5 in a series. I wondered if the author would rest of the same story line or change things around suprising readers with something new and different.
I have to say this might be the best in the series. The story moves effortlessly from the previous novel. C.A. Szarek is able to writes action scenes where readers feel they are riding front and center as the story moves forward.
The basic story is one of self reflection from the "Control Freak" FBI Taylor. What she sees as weakness ended ups being her strength which the male lead Shannon helps her discover.
The story is simple but the author is able to create a character that is able to see though her emotional heartache to grow and develop.
Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher Totally Bound Publishing for a Copy of C.A. Szarek Superior Collision (Crossing Forces #5)
Special Agent Taylor Carrigan takes ‘control freak’ to the extreme. Her need for structured rigidity rules her life—and her job at the FBI. She doesn’t do emotion, so when her fiancé is murdered, she doesn’t know how to deal with the internal fallout.
Antioch Police Sergeant Shannon Crowley has been intrigued with the uptight FBI agent for months. When he looks at Taylor, he sees more than the mask she hides behind.
She doesn’t have time for the cop who won’t quit chasing her—she’s got chasing of her own to do. Taylor admits he calms her, but he’s a distraction she can’t afford. She’s playing a dangerous game, riding the line between revenge and justice.
Keeping Shannon close could give Taylor the balance she desperately needs, but it would put something more than her case in jeopardy—her heart. With so much on the line, is she capable of handling it?
About The Author:
USA Today Bestselling, award
She's a hopeless romantic and always will be. Risking it all for Happily Ever After is what she lives by!
C.A. is originally from Ohio, but got to Texas as soon as she could. She's happily married and has a bachelor's
She works with kids when she's not writing.