Review of Collateral Damage: Archer Tactical Series, Book 2 by A. K. Evans @authorakevans @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Tragedy, deception, danger and one hot, sexy, Archer to the rescue.

Camille Bennett is a woman that has suffered a tragedy and is trying to find her way back from a huge loss. When she finds herself in danger and is trying to find help, she literally runs into the best thing to ever happen in her life. Now she has to find a way to let Deacon Archer into her heart and her life.

Deacon Archer is the youngest brother and owner of Archer Tactical. When a woman runs into him while he’s jogging his natural instincts kick in. After she tells him what’s happened, he helps her out and walks her home, but he can’t seem to forget about the woman, and it drives him crazy that she hasn’t shown up at Archer Tactical for classes nor has she called him.

I loved this story of a hot headed, quick to temper Alpha male that is taken to his knees by a small statured woman that is tougher than she realizes. The Archer men are kind, caring Alpha males that will protect those that need it. They are also sexy, caring, kind and lethal. Cami is smart, talented, and beautiful, but she’s also a woman that will do what she has to in a dangerous situation. When she finds that she’s been set up and deceived by someone that she thought she could trust, she’ll fight for her life and hope that she can stay alive and unharmed until help arrives. I loved this book and I look forward to Silent Target. I give this book a 5-star review.

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