REVIEW : Reclaim (A Recovered Innocence Novel) by Beth Yarnall
August 5, 2016
Title : Reclaim
Author : Beth Yarnall
Series : A Recovered Innocence Novel
Release date : 05 Jul 2016
Rating : 4 Stars
Blurb : Brimming with angst and sensuality, Beth Yarnall’s Recovered Innocence series kicks into high gear as a hotheaded P.I. unleashes one lawyer’s deepest passions—and greatest temptations.Nolan: Nothing’s ever come easy for me, especially not my dream job at Nash Security and Investigations. Righting wrongs is what I’m meant to do . . . except I manage to blow the very first chance I get. So why don’t they fire me on the spot? Hell, I’d fire myself if I could. Instead, my boss hands me an assignment that’s too important to screw up—and partners me with Lila Garcia, a gorgeous attorney with curves so distracting they should be illegal.Lila: Like my client, a grieving mother charged with the murder of her own son, I know how quickly the American dream can become a nightmare. If anybody can help me clear her name, it’s Nash Security and Investigations. But Nolan Perry is a wild card. Bending the truth, breaking the law—that’s his business. I need to focus on the evidence. Not on how Nolan’s body fits so perfectly against mine. With a case this personal—and this dangerous—losing control is simply not an option . . . no matter how badly I want to give in.
Review : I have read all books in the “Recovered Innocence” series by Beth Yarnall so far so and loved them, so when I had to read the newest one “Reclaim” it jumped right in.
The writing style of this author as well as her story development is as solid with this book as it has been with the previous ones.
And it would be a great read for me if not for the fact that I actually quite simply did not like Nolan. So here is my very personal crux because if you totally do not like the main character in a book, it will be difficult for you to give the book a high rating.
But does the book deserve a lower rating just because you do not like a character. Honestly speaking … it proves her to be a great author that she manages to write so different characters (her previous books were 5 star reads) – so basically she should be getting an extra star for the character development.
Beth Yarnall is a strong author with great writing skills and I will be looking forward to her next novels for sure.
As for other readers – please enjoy this story … because my personal issues with Nolan might not at all affect your reading and it is a great story …