Fresh Face Friday: False Match by Lynne Silver

Happy Friday Everyone!  Today I am featuring a great book and author.  Her sexy stories steam up the pages and you can definitely find yourself panting after her super hot soldiers.  False Match by Lynne Silver is the third book in her Coded for Love series.  This was the first in this series I read but I am definitely going back and reading the other two books.  To read more of my review be sure to check it out after the book blurb.

17560458Book Blurb: (courtesy of Goodreads)

Book three in the Coded for Love series.

Genetically enhanced soldier Chase Stanton has two jobs in life. One, he must kick ass on all missions for the Program, and two, breed with his DNA breed mate, whoever and wherever she may be.

Two problems. Chase learns he isn’t genetically enhanced after all and Doctor Samara Jones, the woman he craves beyond all reason, is likely an enemy of his team and not his true match. Too bad they can’t keep their hands off each other.


In False Match we meet Dr. Samara Jones.  She is offered a job with The Program to help design designer babies.  The only reason she is offered this job is because she was obtained from the enemy and is persona non grata within The Program.  Though many don’t get to know her because of her heinous association with the enemy she had her reasons, but even with good reasons she is trapped within the walls and guarded at all times.  Her sexy guard is Chase Stanton.  Soon, Samara realizes that Chase is different from the other soldiers in The Program and is not genetically enhanced like his other brothers in arms.  Chase has suspected this for sometime, but it takes getting close to Samara to really find out and accept what he is.  Through personal revelations and Samara’s 4 yr old son Chase and Samara grow closer than anticipated.  But, as their love grows so do the hurdles that they must overcome.  One day Chase will meet his genetic match and no matter what Samara does she will always have to prove her loyalty.  Can a romance between a soldier and the possible enemy really work?

This was a great read.  I found the story and its characters highly enjoyable and desirable.  Chase and Samara’s love story develops as naturally as possible given the situations they are put in.  I fell for Chase and his wonderful personality.  I just wish I had binoculars for those skinny dipping days.  Overall, I loved this book and can’t wait to read Xander’s story, and go back and read Adam and Ryan’s stories.  I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a short but hot read!

4441166Author Bio: (courtesy of Goodreads)

Award-winning author Lynne Silver lives the life of a suburban soccer mom, volunteering with the PTA, doing laundry and working. By night she enters the sensuous world of alpha males and passionate heroines.

She lives in an old fixer-upper with her husband and their two sons. When not writing romance, she reads it. Lots of it. Over and over and over again, preferably with a bag of M&Ms in hand.


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