A More Perfect Union by Carsen Taite

A sexy soldier… Yes, please!!!

What was the book about?:

Political fixer, Rook Daniels, can fix any problem and make her client come out on top after any scandal. She’s married to her job and hasn’t got time for love or commitment. In walks Lt. Colonel Zoey Granger and does more than turn Rook’s head. Zoey is coming off a big military scandal, and when she meets Rook, she doesn’t expect the sparks to fly.

When both Zoey and Rook end up working together on a political investigation involving the military, the more time they spend together, the less they can ignore the chemistry building between them. But will their jobs and work ethics stand in their way?

Featured Tropes: Military, Lawyer, Mystery, Opposites Attracted

Book Strengths:
Carsen Taite is the go-to author for anything to do with the law. And while this book touched on the law, it focused on the Military and crime more. I really enjoyed this book and found myself really embedded in and focused on the backstory as much as the romance.

Book weaknesses:
I think this book was great, but it really needed (In my opinion) an epilogue. I know this is a bugbear with me, but I can’t help it if I want more of the happily ever after… right?

Character Chemistry:
Character chemistry was excellent, and I think with such an intricate background story going on, it was remarkable that Carsen Taite didn’t lose the character’s romance in that and still kept it at the front and centre of the storyline. Also, both Zoey and Rook were smashing characters, and I hope they appear as secondary characters in other books.
Heat Rating: 🔥🔥🔥

A great book that kept me on my toes from start to finish!

Star Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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If you would like to purchase A More Perfect Union please follow the links below:

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Amazon UK

 

Reviewed at Les Revêur (1)

 

 

 

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