Final book in The Southern Heroes Series!
I don’t play games. If I see something I want, I go for it.
After my late wife passed away, I haven’t been attracted to another woman. That’s until I come face to face with Chloe Jordaan with her sassy mouth and larger than life personality.
She’s the complete opposite of me.
I’m not afraid to commit, where Chloe’s the epitome of ‘Bad Girl.’ I’m rational and serious, where Chloe’s carefree and fun.
She keeps reminding me we’re only friends with benefits, but I can’t stop myself from wanting to make her mine.
She’s everything I shouldn’t want but turns out to be exactly what I need.
Will the South African Bad Girl ever fall for the American Alpha Hero?
Alas, the last book in the series. A series I have really enjoyed reading. At times I have loved the closeness of the characters, the family feel and enjoyed seeing each of these characters find love.
All stories have had their own spin on things and We were lost touched on grief and the issues the characters were facing through their loss.
This is Zac and Chloe's story. Zac has always been in the background in this series, he works in the precinct like some of the other characters, so yes he's another hottie in a uniform.
Zac is still grieving over his wife who was shot years ago, he hasn't moved on, doesn't feel the need to move on, he is still very much in love with his wife until the sassy Chloe arrives from South Africa. Chloe is the best friend of Emma from book 1 in this series, she is the best friend that helped Emma escape all those years ago and ow with the loss of her mother she decides to go over to the States to see her friend.
This was a good story about starting over taking chances for both characters.
I still didn't' feel fully convinced Zac began to love Chloe as much as his deceased wife, I hope she won't ever feel second best, I would have liked more from Zac in the latter part of the book to prove me wrong but overall it was a touching story.
Told in first person dual pov. Can be read as a standalone. Available in KU.