Vin Steele has always been in control. Always been a leader. Failing at what he always did was a bitter pill for him to swallow, sending him into an isolation…of sorts. A new life and a new career, trying to find the person he lost.
Piper Fielding spent her life putting on a good face. Looking for the positive in the light of all the negative in her world. When a threat forces her to face the ugliness she always avoided, she finds herself running to the only person she can trust. Her sexy neighbor that has mystery and complications written all over him.
Give me a good, angsty military-type hero and I’m hooked!
Natalie Ann starts this book out with a scene that could be right out of today’s newspaper headlines. A military operation overseas goes south and leaves one man dead and another injured.
Two years later, Vin Steele’s body and mind have healed- mostly. He still jumps at odd sounds and would be the first to say he’s almost neurotic when it comes to sensing trouble. He just doesn’t expect it to come in a sweet, feminine little package, is all.
Piper Fielding has faced her share of knocks and is finally taking control of her life. She’s opened a sweet shop, made new friends, loves her home, but can’t shake her obsession with the mystery man down the hall.
A chance encounter leads to romance.
The plot thickens though as a stalker makes himself known. The danger around Piper grows and Vin must work hard to protect the woman he’s come to love.
This story kept my attention. It’s well-written, funny, and full of chemistry! There’s a stunning twist at the end I didn’t see coming that made this a memorable read for me.
I give Secret Love 4 lovely kisses- Entertaining!