Claim & Protect

The Haven Brotherhood, #3

Wow! What a beautiful series The Haven Brotherhood series has come to be. This is book three. This is a contemporary romance that features Trevor and Natalie. I started on book one of this series and they have all been hard to put down. So be ready to read them all. The author really brings it all out to the reader.

In this series readers experience how the brothers come to help each other when in need.

This was a good book. You get a sexy alpha cowboy that will do what he can for those he loves. In the end Trevor and Natalie get their HEA, but it’s not easy. They have to work for it.

Pick up "Claim & Protect" to see how they get together.

I am now waiting for the next in the series… Tempted & Taken. That story will deal with Knox and Darya's romance.

Book Blurb for Claim & Protect

Live hard, f*ck harder and follow only their own rules. Those are the cornerstones the six men of the Haven Brotherhood live and bleed by, refusing to conform to society's expectations, taking what they want and always watching each other's backs.  

Trevor Raines lives on the edge of legal. A good guy doing bad things to save lives, the only rules he follows are the Brotherhood's, and there's nothing in the world that will change that. Until Natalie Jordan walks into his life… 

Natalie's only interest is in making a fresh start. She's a woman with a plan, and the plan doesn't include a man with secrets, no matter how kind—or intoxicating—he is. But this cowboy is determined to break down her walls, keep her safe and make her his. 

Trevor had no interest in settling down, but there's something entirely too appealing about the woman he can't stay away from. There's only one thing to do—change his plans…and hers. When Natalie's ex resurfaces to threaten her new life, Trevor will move heaven and earth to make sure the bastard can't hurt her again. Except saving Natalie means outing his own secrets—and it could mean losing her forever… 

This book is approximately 104,000 words

Night Owl Reviews May, 2017 5.00