Against Me Synopsis:
Patience has always been Caleb Whitetail’s strength. Quiet and unassuming is what you see with the GFI investigator, but the blood boils hot right under the surface. He kept his distance for years only to see the woman who has held his attention almost lose her life not just once, but twice. He is done standing in the shadows.
Katie Acker, once a tough and athletic security specialist now struggles daily to walk. The closest to family she has are her colleagues at GFI. Especially the man who saved her life and always has her back. So when she unwittingly becomes the focus of a Mexican cartel, it’s no big surprise she finds him right by her side.
With the combustive change in their deepening bond, Katie and Caleb do not see the oncoming danger – until it surrounds them.
I’ve fallen in love with Freya Barker’s books.
Against Me Starts at the end of Slim To None and delves deeper into Katie and Caleb. Caleb has had deep feelings for Katie for some time but knows she loves Gus. The pair are thrown together while working a case and Caleb is able to show her how he feels. The case they’re working has many twists and turns and a special surprise.
She always has me laughing out loud. The next minute I’m knee deep in kick- butt action with strong women and loving men. I love Katie and Caleb together. I love that two of the women have mobility issues.
Her writing style is real, laid back and very believable. Her characters keep me coming back to read her books. I can’t wait for #4. I was gifted this ebook in return for an honest review.
Freya Barker Bio:
Freya Barker has always loved being creative. From an early age on she danced and sang, doodled, created, cooked, baked, quilted and crafted. Her latest creative outlets were influenced by an ever-present love for reading. First through blogging, then cover art and design, and finally writing.
Born and raised in the Netherlands, she packed her two toddlers, and eight suitcases filled with toys to move to Canada. No stranger to new beginnings, she thrives on them.
With the kids grown and out in the world, Freya is at the ‘prime’ of her life. The body might be a bit ramshackle, but the spirit is high and as adventurous as ever. Something you may see reflected here and there in some of her heroines…. none of who will likely be wilting flowers.
Freya craved reading about ‘real’ people, those who are perhaps less than perfect, but just as deserving of romance, hot monkey sex and some thrills and chills in their lives – So she decided to write about them.
Hundred to One:
Slim to None: