Tuesday, October 30, 2018

My Review of Bad Situation by Brynne Asher



A group of women walk into a bar…

Sounds like the start of a crude joke, right? Yeah, well, the joke's on me because I'm investigating the gorgeous one in the heels with the great body. Jensen Montgomery.

Now I'm treading that area between right and wrong, good and bad, where sin and honor meld to become gray. Not that I haven't been here before. Hell, I’ve made my career in the gray. I never hesitate going to battle when my gut tells me I'm right. And right now, my gut—among other things—is speaking loud and clear about Jen Montgomery.

She’s in a bad situation. Not just bad—deep and black and ugly.

And I’m about to make it worse. She just doesn’t know it yet.

Warning: This author is also a mom who runs a PG-13 home. This book is not PG-13. If you are under the age of 18, do NOT pick up this book. This author doesn’t enjoy mama-drama of any sorts. Do her a favor and walk away.




Purchase Links: Amazon US: https://amzn.to/2DaFg4R

My Review
★★★★ 
4 Stars
Another great book by Brynne Asher! As usual I read this out of order. I have yet to read Cam or Brady's book but definitely plan to in the future.
We meet FBI agent Eli who is currently investigating Jen. She approaches him at a bar and they have an instant connection. Unfortunately said connection is slightly tarnished when he's one of the agents to take her into questioning. That aside, Eli's gut is telling him she's innocent so he dives into the gray area and decides he's going to help her out.
I don't want to say too much because I don't want to spoil the book for anyone, however this book definitely had me guessing "who dunnit". I love it when I'm trying to figure out who's behind something in a book and I don't actually figure it out until the author reveals it to the readers. I'm always so disappointed when I guess who it is. I can tell you I could not figure this one out at all and I love that!
One of the things I love best about Brynne Asher's male characters is that they're all super alpha but not a-holes. Don't get me wrong I love a-holes but it's nice to have a change! Brynne Asher shows us that guys can be super manly while being a genuinely nice guy at the same time!



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