May 21, 2017

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Hard Play by Sheryl Nantus Spotlight Sunday!!!!

Synopsis:

Ex-special forces ranger Dylan McCourt is a stone cold killer who cares only about his military brothers and doing what’s right. He’s used to giving orders and has zero patience for bullshit. Most people tremble when they look him in the eye, but not his infuriatingly sexy new rescue mission, Jessie Lyon. She just juts her chin and says she’s not leaving without clearing her father’s name, to hell with his rules. And was that a one finger salute he sees in her eyes or his imagination? Either way, he knows this is one job his training might not have prepared him for. 

For fans of Maya Banks’ KGI series, prepare to meet the men of the Delta Force Brotherhood, a sexy new contemporary series where kicking ass and living hard is just how they roll.
















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Review:
I love all kinds of romantic suspense novels, and this is definitely one of them. Throw in the fact that this novel contains an ex-military man, and you definitely have an unputdownable novel!

Dylan was such an incredible character to read about. He is strong, sexy, and very protective of those near to him.

Jessie is a strong kick ass woman! She doesn't let anyone tell her what to do, or how to act. She stands up for herself and what she believes in and doesn't back down.

When Jessie and Dylan interact, things are explosive! Literally! Their connection is on fire, and in many ways, it is because they are so similar. They have the same passion and drive for justice and doing the right thing, even if it crosses some boundaries!

This is my first book by Sheryl, but it definitely won't be the last.
I cannot wait to read the next book in this series, Hard Run! It is bound to be just as amazing as Hard Play!

4/5 Stars!


Interview Questions:
1) For those who don't know you, would you mind telling us a bit about yourself?


Well, I was born in Montreal but grew up in Toronto, Canada! I wrote a lot of X-Files fanfiction back in the 1980's and ended up meeting my future husband when he wrote me a fan letter - so I always answer my email! 

2) What was the last book you read that you fell in love with?


Oh, goodness... so many... right now it's the latest J.D. Robb book. I love Eve and Roarke!


3) When you're not writing, what do you enjoy doing in your spare time?


I enjoy playing board games, writing haiku and puttering around in Second Life as a clockwork dragon! 


4) In your opinion, what makes a great story?


A great story is something that doesn't let you go after you close the book up - it stays in your mind like a lovely echo afterwards for a few hours...


5) When did you first realize you wanted to become an author?


I actually wrote my first story in 5th Grade about recycling, of all things! "Be Kinder to a Binder" - even back then I was trying to be ecologically aware! (And a true Canadian!)


6) What was your inspiration behind Hard Play?


I loved the A-Team when growing up and took that idea into the present-day where a group of men come together to walk on the edge of the law, doing what others can't or won't do.


7) If Hard Play were turned into a movie, which actors/actresses do you picture as the lead roles?


Hmm... Well, I'd love Stephen Amell for Dylan and David Boreanaz for Finn - Chris Pratt would be great as Trey!


8) What is your favourite quote from Hard Play and why?


This one - from Dylan:


He pulled her hand up to his mouth and kissed her
fingers. “You’re made of star stuff, woman.”
Jessie frowned.
“You’re as tough as a meteor and as lovely as a supernova.
But you’ll burn anyone who touches you the wrong way.”

I love writing women who are tough and able to take care of themselves - and the men who like them that way!

9) Do you have another book in the works? If so, what is it about?


I do! HARD RUN is coming out in August of this year! It's Finn's story and how he's drawn into a lethal fight with a biker gang.

1 comment:

  1. Love the review and the interview! Added this to my TBR list.

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