Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Colorado Connection by Sara York

Title: Colorado Connection
Author: Sara York
My Rating: A

Genre: Military Romance (m/m)
Series: Colorado Heart #6
Main Characters: Tex and Jazz
Release Date: March 2016
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Sexual Intensity: hot

Story Overview:
Book 6 of the Colorado Heart series 

Matthew ‘Tex’ Miller has no choice but to work with Jordon ‘Jazz’ Bergeron when they’re assigned to the same unit, but he doesn’t have to like it. Jazz gets under his skin in all the wrong ways until one night when Jazz begs Tex for a kiss and everything changes. Matthew won’t be played, but he won’t ignore a hot body when one is offered up. What started off as lust and revenge turns into molten passion, igniting a burning hot fire. 

Jazz and Tex’s unit is called out to patrol the city, but disaster strikes, killing some on their team and leaving Matthew without Jazz. Matthew begins questioning authority and is assigned to a new team, one that focuses on extracting hostages from war zones. On Matthew’s first extraction he finds someone who will change his life for ever. 

Jazz has lost more then a leg and he’s drifting. He can’t stand the thought of Matthew seeing him so broken, but he can’t let go of the beautiful man from Texas who stole his heart. 

When Matthew is offered a place at Wild Bluff, he’s given a chance to find Jazz. But will Jazz take a leap of faith and join Matthew on the ranch or retreat further into himself. 

My Review: 
ooh, this is the first book I've read out of this series, but it definitely won't be my last. I really, really liked this story...a LOT! So many feels...

But the thing that's amazing about this book is that there wasn't just that emotional angst over the main couple, but there was HUGE emotional upheaval for another couple in the story. Not having read the other books, I was still so emotionally invested in that other couple and I wouldn't have guessed that was even possible. 

There is so much to love about this book. There's a huge military presence in the book. I adored Jazz and Tex...such a great enemies to lovers story. But what they went through was just heartbreaking...that's real love to survive all that. Then there was Zander and Marshall...so many feels. 

I liked this one and definitely recommend it. And no worries, if you're like me and haven't read the rest of the series, you won't be lost. Now to decide where to go next in this series because I definitely want to read more.


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