Title : Navy Justice
Author :Geri Krotow
Series : Whidbey Island – Book 5
Rating : 3 Stars
Blurb : Undercover lover A quiet, civilian life on Whidbey Island sounded great to navy lawyer Joy Alexander. But when navy SEAL-turned-FBI agent Brad Iverson shows up on her doorstep bruised and bleeding, she realizes it’s not so easy to leave the past behind. Even harder to forget are the feelings she once had for Brad. Brad’s on an undercover operation, one that’s targeting potential terrorists…and unintentionally bringing danger to Joy. They’ll have to work together again, except this time it’s not only justice they’re after-it’s survival. If they make it that far, they won’t waste a second chance at love.
Review : Navy Justice by Geri Krotow was giving me a hard time, while reading it. I liked the aspects of the “second chance romance” in it and the characters were developed well enough – but the plot itself was somewhat hard to grasp and did not work for me that well. The writing is good and the pace is steady but I am not fully convinced somehow as there were to many points in the story that left me wondering. I would have to read another book of this author to get the full picture of her writing I guess. I wished the book would have worked better for me as I really liked the plot idea.
> > > I have received this book as an ARC from the publisher. < < < > > > In exchange, I promised an honest review. < < <

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