Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Army Ranger with Benefits (The Men of At Ease Ranch #4) by Donna Michaels #NewRelease #BookReview #Romance #TheMenOfAtEaseRance #AvailableNow #ContemporaryRomance #Review #MilitaryRomance #FakeGirlfriend #EntangledPublishing #Lovestruck

Army Ranger with Benefits
(The Men of At Ease Ranch #4)
by Donna Michaels

Emma Roberts is done losing her heart to military men who don’t stick around. Desperate to shake up her love life, she launches a plan to get her handsome, dependable crush to finally notice her. And her neighbor’s sexy older brother that just arrived in town is the perfect man for the job.

But there’s a problem. Emma’s ridiculously attracted to her fake boyfriend.

Former Army Ranger Vince Acardi dropped everything to help his stubborn brother after he’s injured in the line of duty. Instead, he somehow gets stuck helping the adorably hot girl next door land a date with some doctor she’s interested in. Not that fake-dating her is a hardship, and soon, he’s holding her, kissing her, touching her...

There’s nothing fake about the chemistry between them. But Vince is leaving in two weeks, and Emma refuses to risk her heart on another military man. Worse, the good doctor she’s been after is finally standing up and taking notice...

Each book in the Men of at Ease Ranch series is STANDALONE:

I have been waiting for Vince's book ever since I met him in the first book in the series, In an Army Ranger's Arms. There is just something about Vince that drew me to him, could it be his charismatic personality? Possibly. Could it be his cooking skills? Possibly, I mean seriously who doesn't like a man that can cook something other than frozen pizza. Or, Could it be the way he cares for those whom he loves? ABSOLUTELY! I find it terribly sexy when man goes above and beyond what an other friend would do. The fact that he, along with some of his other Army Ranger Brothers, opened At Ease Ranch in order to help Veterans that are having problems adjusting back to civilian life after leaving the Armed Forces really speaks to his character.

Right off the bat I knew I liked Vince, after seeing him in action in the first three books it's kind of hard not to like him, the real question was going to be if I Emma and if I felt that the chemistry worked or not and if I enjoyed the story line, Thankfully I loved all of it. I must admit that I was a little afraid going into this book for the sheer fact that I absolutely loved him previously and I had to hope this story did him justice but honestly I don't know why I felt the little bit of trepidation I did because there hasn't been a book that Donna Michael's has written that I have enjoyed.

Emma is lusting after a fellow co-worker since they were in high school together but for whatever reason, dating other people, distance, etc., they never got together. Now they are in the same place and neither are dating so she has given him until a certain day to ask her out, if he doesn't well then she was going to cut her losses and move on. But her BFF thinks he may need a bit of motivation so she convinces Emma to act like she is interested in someone else....in walk Vince. The way these two met was pretty comical and had me laughing out loud.

This has been a great addition to the series, while they can be read as a standalone, I would highly suggest reading the books in order that way you can follow the growth of each of the men and watch them fall for the women that steal their hearts.

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About The Author: 

Donna Michaels is an award winning, New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of Romaginative fiction. Her hot, humorous, and heartwarming stories include cowboys, men in uniform, and some sexy, primal alphas. With a husband in the military fulltime, and a household of nine, she never runs out of material to write, and has rightfully earned the nickname Lucy…and sometimes Ethel. From short to epic, her books entertain readers across a variety of sub-genres, and one has even being hand drawn into a Japanese translation. Now, if only she could read it.


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