Review Tour – Out of Love by R.C Boldt
Foster Kavanaugh, former Navy SEAL, knows what it’s like to be the top dog, the man in charge, the one calling the shots. Now that he’s running his own security consulting firm, not much has changed.
Except the curvy blonde he hired as his office manager.
Noelle Davis has been through the damn ringer. Swearing off men after escaping a toxic relationship, she’s grateful for a fresh start—new job included. Except her job isn’t tranquil and calm. In fact, it’s quite the opposite because her boss is the most infuriating man on the planet.
And, not to mention, sexy as hell.
Foster has limits. Rules. No attachments allowed because he doesn’t do love—and Noelle Davis foiled that plan and took a red pen to his list of rules. With her smart mouth and quick witted banter, he found the woman beginning to creep past his defenses.
When circumstances put Noelle in a perilous position, the first person to come to her rescue is none other than Foster Kavanaugh. She gets to see the man in action—not as her aggravating boss, but the man who will stop at nothing to keep her safe.
The same man who makes her want to reconsider her self-imposed embargo of men.
The man she wants to get to know now that she’s seen another side of him.
The man who makes her want…more.
But is more possible when you’re OUT OF LOVE?
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Alexa’s Review – 4 stars
** Reviewed on behalf of 2 Girls Who Love Books **
My first read by RC Bolt and I have to say I enjoyed it a lot! This author definitely spins a good yarn and has a definite knack for sexy scenes! (And there were a lot of them!)
The heroine Noelle is the office manager for the hero Foster’s security business, so of course this creates a fairly big obstacle to them pursuing a relationship. However they have an undeniable chemistry and circumstances end up bringing them to take a chance on their feelings. Of course on a casual basis only…!
I thought the book covered well the personal journey that each of the main characters was dealing with and at the same time there was still good banter and entertaining secondary characters to round out the story.
Although this book is a standalone it IS part of a larger series and I think probably it would help to start from the beginning – just to more fully understand the relationships among the other characters that play a big part in the book.
Couple of things I didn’t care for:
1. I had a hard time connecting to the story in the first few chapters. I thought it felt a bit rushed, maybe even a bit forced at times. I’ve read other books about similar ex-military/security teams that flowed a lot easier to establish the back story. There was just a lot of info being crammed into those initial chapters.
2. Foster is a really big manwhore and there is a brief scene (not too descriptive but still there) with another woman although it is before they technically get together. But he definitely was ‘seeing’ other women after they met… as a distraction. This is a big pet peeve of mine – esp when there are scenes with other people in the book. It kinda ruins the flow of the romance that is trying to be established.
However, I will say that once I got into the meat of the story I really did end up enjoying it. I might even search out the other books in the series… I was intrigued! 😉
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