Flash Bang Blog Tour & Review

Flash Bang released February 18

Maeve Ahern

No one ever really starts over. 
They drag their overweight suitcase filled with a haunting, dead fiancé, and unzip it in a new location. That’s just facts of life. At least, it’s my life. Sure, I moved to Colorado for a fresh start, but my past with Rexy looms in every corner light doesn’t touch. 
My career as a pediatric physical therapist is the only thing I have left, and I pride myself on being the best in the field. It’s why I moved to Colorado to open my own practice. Men aren’t even on my radar, but then again, Turner isn’t a man, he’s my adorable, six-year-old patient. His father, though? He’s everything I swore off. A swaggering, muscle filled, creation similar to the one I lost. 
He’s a Navy SEAL. A military man. A heartbreaking blunder I can’t make twice. 
Unfortunately, whenever he steps into the room, all I see is light.
Lincoln Wilds
Single parenting isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s constant chaos, and the maddening sense of abandonment always lurks in the background. Turner’s mother left us a month after he was born—vanished into a dark, drug fueled existence. My military career suffered during his infancy stage, but I’m finally working my way back to some semblance of normalcy. 
I just got my own squad at the SEAL Team, when Turner falls off the monkey bars and shatters his leg. Just another hiccup in our complicated life. He needs a skilled physical therapist to help him walk again, but when I meet Maeve, something about her disorients me completely.
Maeve Ahern is a walking, talking flash bang.
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4 Star Review:

Flash Bang is my first book I read by Rachael Robinson. It has been a long time since I have read someone new to me. But it has been a very long while since I read a military romance. Then I read the blurb and I love me some Navy Seals stories. It was time to go back to this genre.

It was a slow start for me with this book. I was about 30% in and that is where it started to pick up for me. I just could not get connected to the characters at first. There was insta attraction and before I knew it, Lincoln and Maeve’s life is intertwined. I almost threw the towel in, but then I really needed to take a step back and open my mind to Rachel’s writing. Then it all clicked! This is a different style of writing and you are not going to get a story of what you expect to happen.

I am so glad I held on to this story. Lincoln and Maeve’s initial few tries to heat up the room came short with some very unexpected surprises. It was bit creepy and mysterious. I started yelling, “What is Happening?” I had my suspicions of “WHODUNIT” but there was a huge turning point and the story shifted. There was the chemistry of romance and falling in love…but there are obstacles. It is what I needed in this story.

Maeve has left a mark in not only Lincolns life but in Taylors as well. You see this family form and bond together. But the ending just killed me. I read the last line…”A flash bang thrown in the dark.” And my heart seemed to stop! I yelled at my husband that this cannot be how it ends…but its true. I cannot wait for the conclusion of what happens next. Will Maeve get her HEA? Or will it be ripped from her again. The surprise we get towards the end has my head spinning with a certain drama queen that has become psycho. I need the next book NOW!!

On His Six is releasing March 8

Blurb to be revealed at a later date.

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Meet Rachel Robinson

Rachel grew up in a small, quiet town full of loud talkers. Her words were always only loud on paper. She has been writing stories and creating characters for as long as she can remember. 
After living in San Diego, Virginia Beach, and then Fairfax, VA, she now resides in colorful Colorado with her badass husband, two children, her Sphynx cat, & her dog, Polly.
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