🔥 Review of Logan (Blue Halo, Book 1) by Nyssa Kathryn 🔥

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

A great start to a new series. I love the characters and story!

Logan is a former special ops soldier that was used by the Project Arma team that is now all gone. However, just as the guys were cleaning up all of the Project Arma people, they were betrayed by one person, now all of them being hounded by reporters to get the full story and no one is free to live their life without the media hounding them. Logan thought that with his team he could run their security business and live peacefully, but their privacy is being breached because reporters think that everyone needs to know the full story.

Grace Castle had no choice in going public and going against her morals because if she doesn’t her life if forfeit all because someone threatened to reveal her past and it could lead back to her captivity. Little does she know when tries to apologize to the men at Blue Halo Security that she will find the protection and security that she needs, however, she will have to fight for both. These men are not happy with her, but Logan sees something in her and his protective nature comes out around her.

I loved the Project Arma series, and the Blue Halo series looks to be just as interesting, action packed, and addicting as the Project Arma books, even with all of the Project Arma danger out of the way. I loved Logan’s story and am looking forward to reading all of the other guys’ stories in the series. I give this book a 5-star review and highly recommend the book as well as the series that started this one, Project Arma. Sexy, protective, lethal Alpha’s in each book.

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