Title :Revealed to Him
Author : Jen Frederick
Series : N/A
Release date: November 3, 2015
Rating : 4 Stars
Blurb : Handsome and tough Jake Tanner, a veteran and the owner of a successful security firm, never lets his past hold him back. Despite his prosthetic hand and foot, women swoon over him—and with him between the sheets. Yet Jake feels bored and restless…until he’s hired to protect a beautiful writer whose life is in terrible danger.Self-imprisoned by the fear of the anonymous stalkers who threaten her life, video-game writer Natalie Beck now only dreams of the world outside her pink-bedecked apartment. Trusting people again is off-limits. But the more time Jake spends with her, the more his professional commitment evolves from simple duty to scorching desire. While deeply sensual sparks ignite between the two, the danger outside circles closer. Will Jake’s intense devotion be enough to save Natalie? Or will she turn away from the one man willing to do anything to save her?
Review : “Revealed to Him” by Jen Frederick was not my first book by this author. So I knew before starting to read this book that I would most probably like the writing style. (and I did ) The storyline, pace and writing are just as good as expected.
I choose the book because I have a soft spot for wounded hero’s and this plot sounded interesting as it showed and interesting focus on two different kinds of problems. The “Disabilities” that are obvious by sight that result in unwanted pity and the ones that hidden and therefore often not taken serious.
I really liked the authors approach to both of those serious subjects. Between the protagonists there was pure honesty and no sugarcoating. Even if there was no way to compare their personal situations, they found a common ground to understand each other’s situation better than anyone else did.
And as serious as the situation was meant to be, I also liked the funny texts and dialogues they shared, it all felt very natural.
The only thing I did not like so much was that even though this book was perfectly readable as a standalone, it was very obvious that there had to be at least one book that is related to this one and I would have liked to know that in advance to be prepared.
I truly hope we get to hear the story of Jakes Sister in the next book
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