Former Navy SEAL Joe Harris nearly died - twice - on a medevac helo after being blown up by an IED. He's not moving too great these days, but if there was ever a woman designed to jump-start a man's hormones, it would be his new neighbor.
Meeting Isabel - loving Isabel - brought Joe back to life.
Isabel Delvaux came from one of America's foremost political dynasties until the greatest terrorist attack since 9/11 killed her entire family. She barely survived the Washington Massacre, only to become prey for rabid reporters. Fleeing to Portland and changing her name was a way out, a way to start over. The only way.
She knows she's safe with Joe Harris. Not just because he's big and strong, not just because he's part of a security team that obliterates threats on the regular, but because he's been to the abyss and back.
But as they help each other heal - through talk, through touch, through spectacular sex - the past comes back to play. When Isabel's memory starts to return and a mysterious stranger sends Joe emails indicating she's in imminent danger, he'll do anything to help her uncover the truth. Even if that truth is the most terrifying thing of all....
©2015 Lisa Marie Rice (P)2015 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.
A perfect mix of romance, humor, action, and suspense. Each story in the series is stand alone but once you hear about the the rest of the men of Alpha Security, you'll want to know their story of love, valor and honor as well.
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I do like this series, I just have a really hard time sticking with it. My reasons... All of these are really slow to start. I am a reader that likes more action and interaction with all the characters in the series. Getting to know their personalities and how they work together. If a book has to much sex and repeated inner dialogue, I get bored easy! I like the characters and the plots in The Men of Midnight series, I just hope as the series goes along we have less repeated inner dialogue. This way the story moves along faster and is more entertaining.
I enjoy listening to the books because it feel more engaged in the story. It feels like I'm listening to a "movie". I don't get that when I read on my own.
All the other "Midnight" titles of course are similar. Cristen Harbin's Titan Series are close to these Midnight books.
Yes it did. I didn't particularly care for a woman doing this story. The men in these series are really alpha men and a woman just can't do the characters justice. This narrator has talent and but I would prefer a man doing these stories.
When Joe realizes he loves Isabelle, that she is his life and he IS going to marry her after he saves her from the bad guy.
Also, Isabelle describing the feeling of the loss of her entire family in such a horrible way was very moving.
I do enjoy the Midnight Men Series by Lisa Marie Rice!
Couldn't finish it because of the narrator. perfect diction drives me NUTS, no one talks like that ... I just couldn't take any more of it
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