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February 28, 2014

REVIEW: Marine for Hire by Tawna Fenske

Marine for Hire by Tawna Fenske (Front and Center #1)
Publisher: Entangled Brazen
Publication Date: February 3, 2014
Source: eARC via publisher*
Rating: 5/5 stars
Get it: Amazon | B&N
She thought she’d sworn off military men for good…

Sam Kercher is every inch a wickedly hot Marine. Tall. Sexy. Lethal. When his best friends call in a favor, Sam is forced to face an entirely new line of duty—playing nanny for their newly divorced sister and her squirming seven-month-old twin boys. If Sam can dissemble an M16 in his sleep, diaper duty should be a cakewalk…right?

Unfortunately, Operation Nanny isn’t quite that simple. Sheridan has sworn off overbearing military men, so Sam must protect her from her dirtbag ex without revealing just how much he has in common with her brothers. Or that he’s been ordered not to touch her. Ever. Problem is, Sheri’s one hell of a gorgeous woman, capable of making this hard-bodied marine even harder. And Sam wants her bad.
Protect the girl. Care for the babies. Hide his identity. And keep his hands off. But even the most disciplined Marine has weaknesses...and Sheridan is one Sam might not be able to resist.

My thoughts, feelings, and reactions
Marine for Hire by Tawna Fenske was steamy, funny, sexy and oh so fabulous! 



What really stood out for me the most was Sheri. She was such strong female main character. She had her doubts here and there about being a “normal mom” but I thought the way she took care of her boys, protecting them and doing everything for them was what defined to be what a good mom was supposed to be. I really loved that Sheri didn’t need a man in her life. She could handle whatever came her way and she just kept showing me that throughout the book by handling her brother, Sam, and her ex-husband. But also by standing on her own two feet and learning to ask for help when she truly needed it. 



Sam was great. I really have nothing bad to say about him except maybe for his initial lies. Even so, his heart and his intentions was in the right place. He was adorable because he didn’t really know how to cook or even how to change diapers, but the fact that he tried was pretty awesome. Sam was just as strong as Sheri, honorable, and a decent guy through and through. He totally stole my heart the second he realized how beautiful, how amazing Sheri was as a person, as a woman and as a mother. He appreciated her, helped her, and he just cherished her the way she should have been cherished in the first place. 



Fenske wrote a fun novel that had a splash of suspense and humor with tons of sizzling moments. The connection between Sheri and Sam was palpable and their relationship as whole seemed effortless and completely natural. The story just flowed nicely and it really allowed me to soak in the Hawaii background, the romance that built between the two main characters and just the easy pace of the book in its entirety. I really had no complaints about this one. It just had everything I could want in a Brazen. 

*Thanks to Entangled for providing a copy for review purposes.
I was not compensated for my opinion.

Favorite Quotes

"He looks like the sort of guy who'd be very attentive to your orgasm."
"You can't tell that sort of thing at a glance,"
"Sure I can. I had one just looking at him."

"Are you trying to drive me insane, or do you genuinely want me to throw you across this table and fuck you 'til neither of us can stand?"

"You just happened to trip over your shoelaces and fall with your dick in another woman?"

"It won't be hard. Speaking of hard things--"
"We were not speaking of hard things."

"I take it from the glow on your faces things went went?"
"You can take it from the glow on our faces that we just had sex in the car."
"I didn't need to know that."

I have more, but I realized there's a pattern that's not entirely appropriate (;

1 comment:

  1. Those funny/sexy quotes got my attention! lol I've seen this book around the blogs and it sounds interesting. I don't read a lot of books about people who are associated with the military and I think it would be good to branch out. Thanks for the review!

    Kay @ It's a Book Life

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