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Loved Bull & Skylar
Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2020
I loved Trusting Skylar! You start with a Delta unit going above and beyond and instead of the attaboy they should have received, they are to be removed from Delta and split up. As they go out to drink and commiserate they have a visitor, so instead they receive “help” and are able to leave the Army with a condition of accepting some side jobs if they agree. So, Carson “Bull” Rhodes and his Delta teammates, Eagle, Gramps and Smoke, have left the Army and now own and operate Silverstone Towing, though that’s not all they do, they also do some side jobs, taking out high value targets, just as they did with Delta. After returning from one such mission, Bull is decides he’s a little antsy, so he goes to Silverstone and goes out on a tow. Skylar Reid, a kindergarten teacher, has called for a tow after having car trouble. Bull, jaded by his years as a Delta and his current career, finds himself very attracted to the slightly serious yet quite naive teacher and can’t stay away. And Skylar is just as attracted to him, though has her reasons for not rushing. It takes them a little time to build their relationship, and it’s so sweet, seeing Bull have a sweet side, seeing Skylar meet the rest or the team, and how she is with her students. The thing is, at some point he has to come clean about what he does... will she be able to deal with it.
This opening novel to Susan Stoker’s new series is amazing. She has such an amazing talent for bringing you into her world and making you not want to leave! You become completely entrenched in Bull & Skylar’s story and not only are you cheering for them, but don’t want it to end. I can’t wait for the rest of the Silverstone Towing books to come out! I know they will be just as brilliant as Trusting Skylar!