I loved the second book tin this series, On His Six. Maeve and Lincoln became kind of my own peeps since last book. There was no slow start to this book, you were all in from the get go. I had to read the last chapter from the first book to make sure my memory was up to par of what we were getting into and I was so glad again for having the second book ready.
We have a lot more of Maeve and her thoughts. I feel for her because she really thinks she is not destined for love and happiness. Then she does something insane for the name of love. I was not sure how the deal she made was going to play out.
Then we switch gears to Lincoln. He is such a hottie and he is my new favorite Seal. I love how vulnerable he can be but yet pulls the Alpha card when needed.
Towards the ending, the story picks up even when I thought it could not get better. It so does!!! The ending was perfection! The I have an ugly all over the HEA. What a story! I loved every page of it!!
Release Date: March 8
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.
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.