Lissa's Review: Missing in Action by Kate Canterbary
Updated: Mar 31
APC PUBLISHER: Vesper Press RELEASED: March 30, 2020 GENRE: LGBT, Military Romance LENGTH: 275 pages FORMAT: eBook
Former Navy SEAL turned covert agent Wes Halsted spent his days—and weeks and months—being someone else. But with his cover blown and his injuries requiring months of recuperation, he must learn how to be himself again.
Only…he'd rather save his issues for another day and get to know a stressed-out, suited-up businessman instead.
Tom Esbeck has everything under control. Meal plans, workout plans, project plans, five-year plans. A plan for everything and everything according to plan.
Except there's no plan for a surprise—and shirtless—encounter with the built-for-sin spy he'd crushed on years ago.
But crushes—and spies—burn out fast.
MISSING IN ACTION is a full-length steamy contemporary romance standalone with strong ties to the Walsh Series. FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
Its been a while since I’ve read something by Kate. And I wasn’t disappointed at all. Tom and Wes seem like the complete opposites, but they have more in common then they realize. Wes was a very stubborn man that didn’t know who he was inside. He just needed Tom to find it. I didn’t connect with the characters on a deep emotional level, but it didn’t take away from the story. What they had wasn’t the fairytale, but it was real. I have missed the Walshes, and I love still getting those glimpses into their lives. They will always remain my favorite families. Overall, I give this Four Boundless Stars.