by RaeAnne Thayne
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Goodreads: Protecting the streets of Haven Point isn't just a job for police officer Wyn Bailey, it's a family tradition. But lately she's found herself wanting more, especially from her boss—and overprotective brother's best friend—sexy chief of police, Cade Emmett. The only problem is getting Cade to view her as more than just a little sister.
Cade's hands-off approach with Wyn isn't from lack of attraction. But his complicated past has forced him to conceal his desire. When Wyn is harmed in the line of duty, Cade realizes the depth of his feelings, but can he let his guard down long enough to embrace the love he secretly craves?
Kritters Thoughts: Another solid romance from RaeAnne Thayne that takes place in Haven Point. This story centers around Wyn who grew up in this small town and returned to honor her family's legacy in law enforcement, but she isn't sure this is her permanent calling. Cade is the chief of police and came from a horrible childhood and always admired Wyn's family and specifically her father which inspired his career choice. Although each may have thought of each other at times, each has been off limits for many reasons.
As you know with many romances, the ending is beyond predictable, but of course as I always say - the journey is so worth it! I had a special place in my heart for this book as both characters are in law enforcement. I loved seeing their story unfold and their passion for the community. I felt like in this book more than others, I was able to get to see the town more - especially through their eyes.
The thing I love about this series is that Thayne switches off between a summer and a winter book in this town. I like reading about their holiday traditions in the winter and then the fun summer days, this little thing makes this romance series unique for me.
Start at the beginning of this series and read your way through some great romances.
Rating: absolutely loved it and want a sequel
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one copy of this book free of charge from LIttle Bird Publicity. I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.