Review of “Monsters and Angels”, by Anne Marie Andrus. #RBRT

I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who likes paranormal romance stories. Sorcha is a young woman who loses her mother unexpectedly and decides after her funeral to leave NY for something new. She boards a train to New Orleans to answer an advertisement for nurses to work in a hospital run by nuns and a Dr. Banitierre, who only works nights. Her desire to make her mother proud of her, even though she is gone, drives her to be a hard worker who puts a lot of care and love into her job as a nurse.

An unfortunate incident changes her life forever while she is on a sojourn with the nurses, nuns, and Dr. Banitierre. She is no longer to continue her work as a nurse as she had always wanted to do. Now she has three men who want her and she only has one man on her mind as a love interest.

I give this book 5 stars. It was intriguing and kept me turning the pages. It shows the love of an unconventional family. The Banitierre family is a strong family that work together to keep each other safe. Unfortunately, they must fight to keep their status and family intact. The Victoire’s are a misfit family that want what the Banitierre family has and they have no honor among their family. The ending did leave a question about what will happen next, but I am hoping that means that there will be another book to answer the questions left in this one. I look forward to reading it if there is.

Review of “Triton: A Bad-Boy SEAL Romance”, by Alana Albertson

I loved this story! The first woman to pass BUD/S training and become a Navy SEAL. The love and support of a man who knows her struggles to be perfect and focused in what she wants is always a good story. Aria and Eric’s story is a story of a strong love and two strong people who bring out the best in each other.

If you are looking for a bad-ass SEAL who has very strong beliefs in women on the SEAL Teams, and in combat, until he meets the one person that can change his mind and show him that what he thinks is impossible is really possible, this is the book for you.

I look forward to reading more by Alana Albertson.