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Review: Frontline by Alexandra Richland

FRONTLINE CoverTitle: Frontline
Author: Alexandra Richland
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Mystery
Cover design by: F.S. Meurinne (Contact e-mail)
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Book description:

When nurse Sara Peters treats celebrity billionaire Trenton Merrick for a mysterious injury to his forehead, she is blindsided by what follows: A passionate exchange in the examination room, followed by an invitation to Trenton’s mansion the next night.

Trenton spins a web of deceit and seduction around Sara that both repels and attracts her. One part humanitarian, the other international financial mogul, his professional and public life are a curious contradiction. As Sara journeys deeper into her feelings for Trenton and begins unraveling the mystery behind his injury, she finds herself embroiled in a game of trust and betrayal, where the odds are stacked in Trenton’s favor, and the outcome for the loser is too terrifying to conceive.

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Review:

WOW! You do NOT want to miss this entertaining read! 🙂 Frontline is passionate, full of suspense, and HOT! It has a great romance that will keep you wanting more!

Trenton Merrick is a successful businessman who’s used to getting what he wants, when he wants it. Right now, that’s Sarah Peters. Sarah isn’t blind. She knows Trenton is a good-looking guy that must work really hard to make so much money and be a sought-after public figure, but she can’t shake the feeling he’s hiding something. However, she also can’t seem to cut the strings that draw her to him. He’s stubborn, arrogant and everything she should stay away from but he won’t go away! Sarah is his kryptonite and she can’t figure out why he would even be interested in her. (AWWW!) I’ll tell you guys why, because Sara is…

HAHA I’m kidding. 😉 Sara is just a big-hearted, girl-next-door that doesn’t try to impress anyone. She’s independent and knows how to stand up for herself (which leaves Trenton mesmerized). She’s a loving daughter, and hard-working nurse that loves her job. Now with Trenton storming in her life, she can’t stop thinking about this mysterious guy that wants nothing but to be with her. *sigh* Throw into the mix CRAZY plot twists and hilarious friends, and you’ve got a fun and amusing read! Every time I read a scene with Chris, Sean, Denim or Kelly, I waited impatiently for the next chapter to see what they were up to next! I can’t get enough of them! (Side note, Denim is as fun and quirky as her name makes her out to be!) 😉

This was a fantastic story that has everything you want! It’s mysterious, funny, charming and sexy! I don’t think there’s anything Alexandra can write that I won’t love. She hits the ball out of the park every time for me. I adore Gilded Cage and absolutely LOOOVE Starlight. Now, I’m at the edge of my seat waiting for the next story in the Frontline series! I’m so happy she’s decided to write a sequel because these characters are so much fun! I just hope she doesn’t keep us waiting long! 😉

About Alexandra Richland:

Alexandra Richland spends rotating twelve-hour shifts working as a registered nurse at a Toronto hospital, indulging in her love of science and medicine, and caring for patients with their own unique tales to tell. When she is not on duty, Alexandra escapes into her own imagination. Therein lies a fantasy world of thrilling adventure, gorgeous men, classic Hollywood glamour, exotic getaways, and a seductive dose of romance. Alexandra captures these stories in her popular novels, The Starlight Trilogy and Frontline, and her short story, Gilded Cage. Say hello to her on Facebook and on Twitter.

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