Review: Lawfully Secure by Krista Noorman

Lawfully SecureLawfully secure was a really enjoyable contemporary romance, with a hint of suspense. At first, I was frustrated with Paige for being so resistant to having a bodyguard. However, once she had a better understanding of the possible threat that existed toward her, she worked to change her attitude toward Adam Wilder. I really liked her after that.

And I couldn’t help but like Adam. He was very good at his job, yet had some vulnerability from his past, too. I enjoyed watchig as Paige woke up to the fact that she was engaged to someone completely wrong for her and began to realize what a gem she had in Adam.

Lawfully Secure was a well written story that kept me intrigued from start to finish.

(5 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

Lawfully SecureShe thought she knew love. Until she met the man hired to protect her.

Paige Bancroft lives a charmed life—the daughter of a billionaire, beautiful and intelligent, about to marry the man of her dreams. Things are going according to plan, until her father unexpectedly summons her home and introduces her to Adam Wilder. He’s irritatingly polite and far too serious, and she hates herself for noticing how handsome he is. Worse, he’s the man her father has hired to protect her after a threat against their family.

After his years in the military, Adam Wilder never expected to work as a personal bodyguard for the heiress of the Croft athletics empire. Her sarcastic remarks and cold shoulder are easily overlooked, given the sudden inconvenience to her life, but when she’s open and real with him, he feels a connection with her that he’s never felt before.

As Paige’s wedding approaches, Adam begins to uncover who’s behind the threat against her. And the closer they get to the truth and to each other, the more he realizes he would do anything to keep her secure.
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The Lawkeepers is a multi-author series alternating between historical westerns and contemporary romance featuring law enforcement heroes that span multiple agencies and generations. Join bestselling authors Jenna Brandt, Lorana Hoopes and many others as they weave captivating, sweet and inspirational stories of romance and suspense between the lawkeepers — and the women who love them.

The Lawkeepers is a world like no other; a world where lawkeepers and heroes are honored with unforgettable stories, characters, and love.

** Note: Each book in The Lawkeepers series is a standalone book, in a mini-series, and you can read them in any order.

Purchase your own copy here.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Krista Noorman

Krista Noorman is the author of the young adult novel, The Truth About Drew, and the Cornerstone contemporary Christian romance series. Most of her life has been spent scribbling away in journals, while documenting her every day life, but it wasn’t until she took part in National Novel Writing Month that she found her true calling and turned her pen to fiction. Krista studied music education at Cornerstone University. After college, she turned to her love of photography and spent nearly a decade running her own wedding photography business. She is constantly inspired by books and movies, enjoys beautiful instagram feeds, and loves a great cup of coffee. Krista makes her home in a small town in western Michigan with her husband and their two children. She writes about life, family, faith and whatever else comes to mind at bykrista.com.

Connect with Krista:

Website – http://bykrista.com/

Facebook – http://facebook.com/bykristanoorman

Instagram –http://instagram.com/kristajean

Pinterest – http://pinterest.com/kristajean

Twitter – http://twitter.com/kristajean

About Brittany

As a homeschooling mom and avid reader, I get great joy through reading and reviewing books. I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I also review sweet, clean fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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