I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Ransom (Grey Wolf Corp Texas) by Crystal Daniels, Sandy Alvaraz
Published by Independently Published on May 26, 2021
Genres: Fiction, Romance, Romantic Suspense, Single Parent Romance, Small Town & Rural
Format: eBook, Kindle Unlimited
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Former military man Ransom Rockwell joined forces with his two best friends, becoming bountyhunters, and forming Gray Wolf Corp.Ransom is dedicated to hunting down the lawless and bringing them to justice.You run, he will find you.When Ransom isn't chasing a bounty, he's busy being a single father.He doesn't have time for distractions.All that changes when Genesis McKenna moves to town. His attraction for her is instant. She's wildlybeautiful and strong.Making Genesis his becomes Ransom's mission.Her husband died nearly two years ago. Now, Genesis McKenna is looking to start over.Packing up her two children and the only life she's ever known, Genesis moves to the small town ofGraystone, Texas.A new Town.A new life.Genesis is focused on healing her family and their future. The last thing she expected was to haveRansom Rockwell waltz into her life.He's a single father and ridiculously handsome.The attraction between them is intense.Genesis is torn between her feelings toward Ransom and the love she still has for her late husband. It doesn't take long for Ransom to break through her defenses and help piece together her brokenheart. The men of Gray Wolf Corps take on a high-profile case. The new bounty sends them on the hunt fora known cold-blooded killer with a vendetta against the team.Tracking down the criminal and bringing him to justice becomes personal when the killer sets hissights on Genesis.
The first in a series, instant love, single dad….what more could you ask for?! ~ Paige – Simply Love Book Reviews
Ransom is the first book in a new series and the authors didn’t disappoint. The characters were well written and extremely likeable and I loved the storyline although it was a little over the top.
The main characters had so much in common. I think this is why the worked so well together. Both Ransom and Genesis are single parents trying to raise their family. They work hard and run their own businesses. They also weren’t looking for love but fell into it when they met each other. There was a good amount of tension initially between them that quickly morphed into more. I thought the insta-love between them worked. There were small hiccups but I appreciate the simple love story as the cartel issues were a little much. It did add the suspense/drama that the story needed to keep the story moving and interesting.
And like every great book, I did need a few tissues at the end. It was the perfect ending for this sweet couple.