Sunday, July 9, 2023

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Ilsa's Protector (Never Too Late for Love Romantic Suspense Collection 2) by Janie Crouch & Regan Black

 


After ten years as an Army medic, Max Crosby became a bodyguard to stay closer to his family. As a personal protector, there are fewer medical crises, but plenty of challenges and surprises.

The latest surprise? Ilsa Lambert, the curvy Ellington Cove wedding planner with the perpetual smile who handles event details with military precision.

Ilsa is passionate about creating memorable events for her clients, giving them a romantic foundation for lasting happiness. The work fuels her, especially when family drama made her personal happily ever after impossible.

And that drama, in the form of her cousin, is back for another round.

Ilsa keeps her personal life away from her professional endeavors, but her cousin won’t be deterred. Between crashing a wedding and his attempts to break into her house, Ilsa needs protection.

Max might’ve left love and marriage to his siblings, but he won’t sit idle when Ilsa comes under attack. Even if stepping into the breach means getting closer than he should to a woman dedicated to all things romance.

And through it all, they might find that it’s 
never too late for love.

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The Never Too Late for Love books are for readers who know that love isn’t just for the young. Dig into this romantic suspense series—perfect bite-size stories packed with passion, danger, and characters you can relate to!


Momma Says: 4 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐

Another super fun mid-life romance in the Never Too Late for Love romantic suspense collection. I've been hoping for Ilsa's book, and Janie Crouch and Regan Black do not disappoint. If anyone deserves romance, it's the Ellington Cove wedding planner, and Max is just the man to provide that romance. They're both lovable, and I'd have to say that while all the couples in the series have had good chemistry, Max and Ilsa are in the lead on that one. They work so well together that you just can't help but root for them. The book is a quick read, with a bit of suspense and danger along with the romance. It's fast-paced, entertaining, and it's great for a relaxing afternoon on the porch swing. 



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