Title: The Line of Duty
Author: Nichole Severn
Stars: 2 1/2
To start off readers I am warning you now you need to seriously suspend reality when it comes to this book and the human body. I was laughing at one point thinking ok this is insane and no even based in anyway reality. Lets face it there is only so much a human body can do before you are just dead and these two take it to the extreme.
The story is what you expect from Harlequin and in a way disappointing because the author doesn't delivery on what readers might be expecting. Unless bodies that are completely broken having romance is what you expect then ignore this post and enjoy the book.
I enjoy a quick fast pace romantic suspense but Nichole Severn takes it to a ridicule level of crazy that is hard to enjoy.
Thank you to Netgalley and Harlequin Intrigue publisher for the advance copy of Nichole Severn The Line of Duty.
When Blackhawk operative Vincent Kalani boarded an airplane, he never expected it to crash into the Alaskan mountains. On the ground, by-the-book police officer Shea Ramsey becomes his unlikely partner in survival. Shea was headed to New York to fight for custody of her son, but now she’s fighting for her life with an ex-cop who’s equal parts inscrutable and unpredictable.
Paperback, 256 pages
About The Author:
Nichole Severn writes explosive romantic suspense with strong heroines, heroes who dare challenge them, and a hell of a lot of guns. She graduated from Utah Valley University with a degree in Psychology and from Nevada State College with a degree in English Literature. She's a member of Romance Writers of America.
She resides with her very supportive and patient husband, as well as her demon spawn, in Utah. When she’s not writing, she’s constantly injuring herself running, rock climbing, practicing yoga, and snowboarding.