Sons of Justice 1: In Good Hands by Dixie Lynn Dwyer

Heat Rating

I decided to start reading In Good Hands because I was really missing Dixie’s writing. Dixie isn’t always consistent in her writing but she knows how to put the story together. I would really love to interview her someday because I have a question or two that are just burning a hole in my brain.

I really like Cherokee and her men should have made her a member of the Sons Of Justice, she has some mad skills. I thought it was really cool that she injured her attacker with his own weapon, how cool is that? All the characters were so life like in how they talked and reacted for the most part and I really enjoyed the story line even though is seemed the pace was set on slow motion.

What really didn’t like the most was the bad guys name, Stanston, it just makes you hate him before you know he is the ass hat determined to ruin the world. I also had a little problem determining the time line because of the flow of In Good Hands there were a couple of spots where I didn’t realize time had passed until I was a few paragraphs in but that was a small issue and didn’t interfere with the telling of the story. Honestly it was hard finding anything I didn’t like other than the bad guy and I think I will probably read this book again someday.

Book Cover Rating
On close inspection the cover seems to fit the story and believe me I had to look twice because in the story two of the men have facial hair but at first glance I didn’t see that. I had to enlarge the cover to really look and find the second man with facial hair. My eye sight gets worse the older I get.

Book Blurb Rating
The blurb claims that Cherokee’s Commanders are hard core but I never got the sense of this so I have to wonder about that part but that is my only doubt since the rest of the blurb seemed to fall in line with the story line.

Book’s Blurb
[Siren LoveXtreme Forever: Erotic Contemporary Menage Romantic Suspense, M/F/M/M/M/M, HEA] Cherokee is in good hands under the protection of five very resourceful commanders. What she doesn’t expect, and neither do they, is to fall in love, only for that love to be challenged by danger and their own insecurities. It’s not easy to let down your guard and feel vulnerable. For soldiers as hardcore and experienced as these five men, it seems impossible, as if they aren’t good enough for Cherokee. She needs to prove them wrong. However, she has her insecurities, too. The men are much older, more experienced, and their military responsibilities come first and foremost. She’s used to being the daughter of soldiers, but the lover of five? Could be a recipe for disaster or the perfect match. Especially as the attraction ignites and nothing else seems to matter but loving them. When push comes to shove, and Cherokee is alone and in danger, all the training her fathers taught her, and the determination to get back to her men, pushes her through. She will stop at nothing to see them all again, or die trying.Note: This book contains triple penetration. ** A Siren Erotic Romance

Published July 31, 2017
Publisher Siren Publishing
Pages 138
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