Contemporary, Mystery/Suspense

Book Review – Wyatt

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Wyatt (#4 in the Montana Marshalls series)

by Susan May Warren

He’s lost her twice…he’s not going to lose her again…

NHL Hockey Goalie Wyatt Marshall has everything–fame, money and a thriving career. But he’s hiding the two things that matter most…a career-ending injury, and his broken heart. He’s been in love with Coco Stanley since she walked into his life at age fourteen, a foster child for the Marshall family. She stole his heart years later, when, after a secret tryst, she returned to her home country of Russia. But she won’t let him back into her life—and he can’t figure out why.

She’s harboring a secret that could cost lives…

Coco Stanley is tired of living her life undercover. Or at least, with an assumed name, always pretending to be someone she’s not. And that’s not the only secret she’s harboring. If Wyatt discovers the real reason she left him, it might just destroy him. She’s resigned herself to loving him from afar…

But when he discovers she’s in danger…

Wyatt is horrified when he learns Coco has been shot and left in Russia, her fate unknown. There is nothing—nothing—that will stop him from finding her. So what if he’s not one of his super-heroic brothers, not a Ranger, not a SEAL…Wyatt is a hockey goalie, a special kind of crazy brave. Except, is he brave enough to face the secret Coco is keeping, or will it destroy everything he’s hoped for?

What will it cost them to save her?

What Wyatt and Coco don’t know is that revenge is stalking her and bringing her home just might cost them their long-awaited happy ending.

 

My Thoughts

Um…wow! Where do i even start to write a review for this amazing story?!
I knew I’d love Wyatt, just as I’ve loved each and every one of these Marshall stories from Susan May Warren. This one is action packed and absolutely incredible. I loved seeing Coco and Wyatt finally get their story. The author does such a wonderful job at bringing them to life.

What I really liked about Wyatt:

He thinks he’s the least loved son of the Marshalls. He’s convinced himself he’s ‘less than’ because he’s a hockey player rather than a cowboy. He never got to see the side of his dad that sacrificed so much to allow his son to play the hockey that he himself never was able to do. Wyatt has so much going for him, but he’s spent his entire life trying to prove himself, trying to prove that he really was a good son. Trying to be someone his dad could be proud of. But, he learns so much…and he has to give it up, and learn to rely on God and God’s love for him.

And then Coco:

She’s sweet, strong, and oh so unsure of herself. She’s convinced herself that Wyatt doesn’t really love her. She needs to protect herself. So many details here that I could relate too, because Warren has written her as such a real person.

The Story…Well…I don’t want to give any spoilers so won’t share too many details here. But let’s just say that this one is in a category all it’s own—from Russian terrors and tortures, to American soil and still running from bad guys. You never know what to expect next!!
This family is simply amazing and will be in my heart for a long time!
And now, I canNOT wait to read RJ’s story!!


Disclaimer: I receive complimentary books from various sources, including, publishers, publicists, authors, and/or NetGalley. I am not required to write a positive review, and have not received any compensation. The opinions shared here are my own entirely. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

2 thoughts on “Book Review – Wyatt”

  1. I have the 2nd book on my shelf waiting to be read, but I’m making myself read another book first:). I really liked the 1st book and am looking forward to the rest of the series!

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