Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Richocet: Friendly Fire(Richochet #2) by Heather C. Leigh

Published March 30, 3015 by Shelbyville

Rick "Ricochet" Brennan served eight years as an elite Marine special ops Force Recon soldier. After an injury, and the terrible memories from that night, he retires and goes to work for his former Command Officer, Howard "Mack" McEvoy, at his training center in Atlanta.

Sanctum MMA appears on the surface to be a normal gym, training elite fighters to be the best. Except each trainer, hand-picked by Mack, possesses a special background that allows Mack to run one of the best-kept secrets in the country.

When twenty-three year old Quinn Wallace finally escapes her abusive husband, she turns to her father’s old Marine Corps buddy, Mack, for help. Broken and skittish, Quinn finds herself surrounded by large, intimidating men— men who could easily overpower her. She avoids them the best she can, but when Rick turns out to be more than just a rough fighter with bruised knuckles, she finds herself wondering if she can allow herself to trust again.

**If you have not checked out my review and synopsis of the first part of Rick’s series click here and check out the next part of this series on April 3rd**

My Thoughts…

Oh  Heather,   You left me hanging at the end of the first part of Rick’s story and you picked it right up where you left off.  

Rick is hurt and I cannot blame him.    Being left, in bed, by someone you are finally willing to risk falling in love with would hurt anyone.   I loved that he pouted, was crabby, ignored Quinn when she finally returned, and was just ornery.   That all proved to me the strength of the feelings he has for her.    Even with all his hurt, he cannot put off being with her.  It is what he wants and he isn’t very good about not getting what he wants. 

Quinn, while needing to heal, has left Rick.   I appreciated that she needed to settle her history before she could move forward and find a happy ever after.   I understand why she felt she couldn’t tell Rick about her past, yet I wish she had opened up to him.   Rick would have understood and protected her, gave her support, and just been there for her.  

Again, Heather left me with a cliffhanger.   What a cliffhanger it is.  This is a great series, a series that has pulled me in and won’t let me forget Rick and Quinn.  

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**Check out the last part of this book on Friday April 3rd.  

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