Coffee and a Review with Hell or High Water by Jerrie Alexander

Today I am privileged to start your week off with a wonderful author I have spotlighted here before.  Hell or High Water is another wonderful romantic suspense novel by Jerrie Alexander who just keeps getting better and better.  The well written story and captivating characters are just two reasons to pick up this book.  For my full review be sure to keep reading after the book blurb.  I hope you all have a wonderful week!

18189928Book Blurb:

When ex-SEAL Nate Wolfe learns a woman from his past is in danger, nothing will stop him from protecting her. Not even her.

Dallas Child Protection Services Investigator Kay Taylor doesn’t want or need Nate in her life. But he doesn’t seem to understand the word no. He seems to also have forgotten the brand he left on her heart.

When Kay is taken and sold to a monster, the devil himself couldn’t stop Nate from doing whatever it takes to find her…but will he be in time?


Kay wakes to find herself with a monstrous headache and tied to a chair.  Kay manages to free herself and escape while her abductors are distracted.  While in the hospital after her kidnapping she tries to piece things together only to find that she may have uncovered a slave trade of underage girls.  As Kay investigates more her life is put into more danger and attempts to kidnap her continue to pop up.  When her life is in danger the need for security thrusts an old flame back into her life.  Nate can’t stand aside anymore while Kay places herself in life threatening situations.  When Kay teams up with Nate the rest of Wolfe’s pack they try to find who is hunting Kay.  When they finally do the team is turned on its side and more danger threaten the rekindled sparks between Kay and Nate.

I adored this story.  Jerrie Alexander has done it yet again.  Her weaving of suspense and romance is masterful.  Her characters both main and ancillary are well-written.  I loved Kay and Nate.  I thought they were fantastic to start this series off with.  Kay with her head-strong personality and Nate with his sexy protective nature ignite like gasoline and a flame.  The characters are only one reason why they should pick up this book.  Jerrie picks a story that could be ripped straight from Dateline and places characters that you learn to care about and relate to on a personal level.  This is only book one in Jerrie Alexander’s Lost and Found Inc series but I personally can’t wait to pick up book two, Cold Day in Hell.   I can’t wait to see what happens to Tyrell.  Overall, this book was a wonderful blend of suspense and romance.  For those who like romance you will be satisfied and for those suspense lovers you won’t be able to put this book down either.


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. lizdouitsis
    Jan 27, 2014 @ 23:18:40

    characters are def the most important part. sounds interesting! i like how it’s romance AND suspense. an unusual mix.


  2. Jerrie Alexander
    Jan 28, 2014 @ 07:37:43

    Thank you for the awesome review! I’m thrilled you enjoyed the book and Nate & Kay.


  3. Barb Han
    Jan 28, 2014 @ 09:36:58

    I ADORE this book. Another slam dunk for Jerrie.


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