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A Fantastic Family Protector Series Continues
Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2021
April is hands down one of the top authors I recommend to anyone in search of a great writer, and her McIntyre Family Series is one I return to and re-read regularly. I LOVE that she is back on the action track with more stories like this one. You still get the great interaction and overlap with the previous characters and family members which gives readers a “home” with instant affinity. Excellent job on the authors part getting into the detail of how to manage diabetes and mental health healing. There isn’t a woman anywhere that won’t adore Jason and how he works to expand his existing medic skills to meet the moment. I also loved that the characters where evolved enough to be truly supportive of each other (including the parents) as situations and observations changed along both the relationship and healing pathway. My only frustration with this series that also came up in other books, is that Shane and Jake McIntyre who lead a very high level security company from security systems to surveillance to close personal protection details for very wealthy individuals, would NEVER put a member of their security team nor their client at risk by having only one bodyguard. Layla is a billionaire currently being stalked by paparazzi and everyone with a cell phone camera. She is also a feature ongoing news story following an abduction; and has brutal schizophrenia and type 1 diabetes. A threat assessment done by the McIntyres would have taken this into consideration and there would have been a minimum of two bodyguards, likely with a third mobile in a vehicle for response and extraction from any public place for months until things calmed down. It wouldn’t have mattered if the client didn’t want it. The team would have added the extra bodyguards to blend. Because any confrontation (including the one in the book), would instantly lead to zero protection for the client while the bodyguard was engaged in the fight, and a disastrous outcome. This made no sense in the Jonah Locke & Lia storyline previously as well. Yep, I know this is a romance novel and to most irrelevant. But since I work in the security field, do threat assessments, and personally have travelled with a bodyguard of my own, I point it out because it’s an easy fix going forward for accuracy.