Sanctioned by Michelle Cornish
ARC review, Book Review, Contemporary Romance, New Release, Romance Readers, Series, Standalone, Suspense, Thriller

Book Review: Sanctioned by Michelle Cornish

Sometimes love happens when you’re running for your life . . .Carolina Borden isn’t interested in being tied to a man. She’s worked hard to build a life for herself, and her dream career as a fertility counselor is all she needs. Retired Delta Force Operator Duncan Kade just wants to start over somewhere he isn’t a danger to anyone. But danger follows him . . . everywhere. When faced with a deadly cartel, Carolina and Duncan must rely on each other to save themselves from the pasts they’ve each tried so hard to hide. Falling in love wasn’t part of their plan . . . It wasn’t sanctioned.

Carolina and Duncan met by chance when he was applying for a new job but the attraction was immediate. She was hesitant to act on it due to their professional relationship, but it’s a good thing she did because making a date with Duncan ended up saving her life. The sexy former SEAL had the skills needed to save them both when things went sideways. This was short, sweet and suspenseful and I enjoyed it very much.

This is a Salvation Society novel but can be read as a standalone. I received an ARC from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.

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