Thursday, April 13, 2017

Guest Review by Julie: Hard Justice by Lori Foster

Series:     Body Armor #2
Pub. Date:March 21, 2017
Publisher:HQN Books
Length:384 pages
Source:RT Book Reviews


Fallon Wade wants to experience life but has to have a bodyguard in tow to keep her parents happy. When she's introduced to Justice Wallington, he looks like no bodyguard Fallon's ever seen. When attraction interferes with the job, Justice and Fallon have to make decisions on where they want to take their relationship. 

This was an adorably fun read! Fallon was a exuberant blend of sugar and spice and Justice, he was all good ole boy charm behind his toned exterior. Their romance was a lovely mix of sexy and sweet that had a wealth of sizzling tension and so much humor, I found myself cracking up many times! The suspense plot provided a nice edge to the story and gave an excuse to catch up with Cannon and the gang (from the Ultimate series). It also gave shows who may get their story told next in this series! 

I always enjoy how Foster shows a connection between family and friends and Hard Justice is no different. Whether it's Fallon's or Justice's families (who are a hoot) or Justice's close group of MMA friends and wives, there's never a dull moment to be had! This story is overflowing with humor, action, and a romance that is sure to have readers smiling when finished! 

I won a copy of this book from Harlequin through an RT giveaway.



Reviewed by Julie H. for Bambi Unbridled
Julie is a transplanted military brat that now calls the Midwest home with her own romantic hero, daughter and two furbabies. While she toils the day away in a medical office, she would really rather be reading! Julie loves historical romance, steampunk, romantic suspense, military romance (duh!), paranormal and urban fantasy.  She loves a kickass take-charge heroine, lots of action, and the all-important HEA. Julie can get down with an alpha male, but she does not discount a nerdy hero with a sexy brain.

Julie and Bambi met at the RT Convention where they found themselves standing in many lines, sharing their similar reading interests, and fangirling over attending authors.