I Liked It!
Target is the second book in the Circle of Justice Series by L.P. Dover, and is a complete stand-alone. I was hooked on this book from beginning to end, and wasn’t quite sure what to expect with Wade and Brina, and was pleasantly surprised with how this story went!
The prologue of this book shows us Brina watching her father killed, flash forward 13 years later and she’s trying to stay out of the spotlight as the former first daughter, but that’s hard as the sister of the current president, and always having a target on her back. With her business in trouble, her mother suggests getting a hold of Wade Chandler and a chance meeting at the White House 4th of July party sparks things up between these two. Wade is at the party to help take out a target that’s there to get the president, and is enamored by Brina, and things on his mission don’t necessarily go as planned, and an amazing sexy and suspenseful story starts!
Watching these two dance around each other and all the secrets they have kept me attached to my Kindle throughout the night to finish this book. Just when you think you’ve figured everything out, L.P. Dover will through you for a loop. I didn’t see some of the plot twists coming in this book, and I was happy about that. Sure there were some things in this book that were expected and you could see coming, but others I definitely didn’t see coming and that made this book even better. When an author can surprise you and still keep you loving the characters and the story, that’s when you know you have an amazing book. I adored these characters and even the secondary characters in Josh and Trinity. They helped shape this book and I loved them as well!
The connection between Wade and Brina was undeniable and even when you think they shouldn’t be together, everything inside of them is saying they should. You’ll need to read this book to see how well they belong together and all the chemistry that they share! The suspense, the who-done-it’s and all the twists and turns will keep you hooked! The only thing I wasn’t thrilled about is I felt that the last few chapters were a bit too rushed after all the build up in this book. Other than that this was a beautifully written story and I can’t wait for more books in the Circle of Justice Series!