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Saturday, March 3, 2018

Falling for the Brother by Tara Taylor Quinn

Genre: Contemporary Romance/Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Harlequin
Author: Tara Taylor Quinn
Release Date: March 6, 2018

Harper Davidson is the head of security for a shelter for women. She's shocked when her ex-husband's grandmother arrives. The woman's broken arm and bruises prove she's being abused, and Harper cannot believe Mason Thomas, her ex-brother-in-law', and his suspicions that her ex is to blame.

Harper knows her ex isn't a great guy, but he adores his grandmother. She also knows that Mason is an outstanding detective and has excellent gut instincts. She also has a hard time hiding her attraction to him. She can't afford to get involved and put her job on the line. Instead, she decides to work with Mason and try to get to the truth.

Falling for the Brother is a quick read. The attraction between Mason and Harper is clear. I liked her daughter's involvement with the grandmother, too. It added an extra layer of family ties that kept the reader guessing. The outcome keeps you guessing. I had a harder time liking the grandmother, as she's so grumpy, but I did become involved and wanted to know who was abusing her. It's a solid read from Tara Taylor Quinn.

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