Review: Rendezvous by Skye Jordan

Rendezvous by Skye Jordan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - Renegades #5
Release: October 17, 2016
Length: 220 pages

Keaton Holt knows all about the badass throwdown—on the movie set and in the bedroom. As the only sixth-degree black belt stuntman for Renegades, he’s made a career of translating those fighting skills to the big screen. He’s sown his oats and is ready for hometown and apple pie. Too bad his rough exterior is a magnet for the women who think vanilla sex includes a drawerful of sex toys that could pass as weapons of mass destruction. So when he gets a second chance with the stunning personal assistant who looks like an angel and feels like home, he knows she’s exactly what he needs—and he’s ready to use all his best moves to keep her this time.

With a demanding new boss and a chronically ill nephew, the last thing Brooke Dempsey needs in her life is one more problem. Even if that problem is a sexy stuntman who knows exactly how she likes it. Keaton is just passing through, while Brooke is just settling in. Her nephew depends on Brooke, and her life is dedicated to getting him through this health crisis, but she’s not going to make the same mistake and part ways with Keaton before taking the chance to love him—just once.
But when Keaton pushes for a future, Brooke finds her heart torn over going after the love of a lifetime or giving her nephew a lifetime of happiness.

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MY REVIEW

3.5 STARS!!
Goodness I hearted Keaton. He was a successful stuntman for the Renegades and I was on board as soon as I saw that he was a sixth-degree black belt. Say what? His life has become stagnant, at least as far as his love life or lack thereof. He's looking for more and fate steps in and hands him Brooke, the girl that got away. Now Brooke I didn't have a lot of love for. Although I admired her devotion to her family, I found her lacking in maturity. I felt that the many ways in which she hurt Keaton throughout this story were unnecessary and avoidable and I was disappointed that she suffered no real consequences or repercussions. Keaton was the one doing all of the work for their HEA. Not cool. But at least I got some Keaton out of the deal ;)

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