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From bestselling author, Dr. Rebecca Sharp, comes a new and sexy rescue romance standalone novel….
A pilot, a park ranger, and a bottle of tequila sit down at a bar.
One shot. One kiss. One night together on top of the Rockies changed everything… until morning rolled around.
Six years later, Shay Covington returns to Colorado. Famous. The best fighter pilot in the Air Force. Infamous. Pulled from her command and fleeing her shadow of shame. When torrential rains strand her in town, the mountain man who rescues her is none other than Logan Daniels – the Park Ranger she disappeared on after one night.
Shock. Logan never thought he’d see his tequila girl again. Betrayal. She hadn’t even given him her real name. Unfortunately, with highways closed and hotels full, he has only one choice: to bring Shay home with him.
But this time, fate decides to give them more than a single night.
By morning, they’re trapped by one of the worst floods Estes Park has ever seen. Shay and Logan join the rescue effort, but as the water rages and danger rises, so does the attraction between them.
When disaster tips the balance between duty and desire, and secrets float to the surface, can they risk their hearts as easily as they’ve risked their lives?
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NICUnurse’s Review of Tequila by Dr. Rebecca Sharp
Dr. Rebecca Sharp is a new to me author, but the blurb (and the cover) of this book really intrigued me, so I decided to give Tequila a shot (ha! No pun intended). I liked the premise of the story, and being a spouse of a former Air Force airman who was in the fighter community for a few years, I had high hopes (OK…maybe that one was intended.) for this book And for the most part, I was pleasantly surprised.
Shay is the cream of the crop when it comes to Air Force fighter pilots. She’s had to fight hard to get to the top spot in a male-dominated field and fight for the respect she deserves. But when it all comes crashing down, she takes some time away to let herself heal in the only place that ever felt like home. When she unexpectedly runs into Logan Daniels, the one night stand that she’s never forgotten or gotten over, life takes a big twist she never saw coming.
What I liked about the book:
The characters: I liked the idea of Shay. She’s beautiful, but she’s also smart, sassy, and a lot badass-y. I’ve known a handful of female fighter pilots and even a couple of fighter squadron commanders that are females. And I admire them and their drive and tenacity. And I did admire Shay. She’s worked hard, but we all make mistakes. Unfortunately, hers was more public than most of us have to deal with. Even though she took some time to get away, it’s what she needed to do in order to figure out who she was and where she wanted her career, and ultimately, her life, to go. And Logan was just an all-around good guy. He’s got a heart for helping and serving and gives his all to those in need. And despite the hurt and havoc Shay caused him, he’s able to work past it all and admit he’s still in love with her.
The setting/world: I love the area around Colorado Springs and can absolutely understand why it would be a place that would call to someone who needed time and a setting to rest, recharge, and figure out next steps. And despite it’s beauty, the weather is very unpredictable and very unforgiving. And jobs like those with the Forestry Service and the military tend to call to people looking for a challenging career, but they also tend to call to those that are looking for a family. They may not know it or realize it at first, but eventually, they do, and they tend to stick with that new-found family. But when that family betrays you, it’s devastating.
The story: I LOVE second chance romance books. Probably because that was my story and it turned out so wonderfully, I’m drawn to that trope.
NICUnurse’s Rating: Here’s where I felt like the book could have done a little better. If you’ve never been a part of the military world, it’s hard to understand the rivalry that exists between the services. It’s mostly good-natured, but it’s pretty hardcore at times. I’m an editor/proofreader on the side, and I do a lot of research for my clients because even though it’s fiction, some things just need to be right. There was one thing that popped up over and over that really bugged me. Shay referred to herself as a soldier. No self-respecting Air Force fighter pilot would EVER refer to themselves as a soldier. A servicewoman (once or twice she referred to herself as this, and I was hoping that would continue, but it didn’t) or an Airman, but never a soldier. However, with that said, all in all, this was a really good story. It was a little rough in the beginning, but I was intrigued enough by the characters to see it through, and eventually, it really did suck me in. If you’re a fan of second chance contemporary romance, I think you’ll really like the book. And a big plus for me: it’s in Kindle Unlimited!
I give Tequila by Dr. Rebecca Sharp 4 out of 5 propellers!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Rebecca Sharp, while using a pen name, is actually a doctor living in Pennsylvania with her husband – the love of her life.
She enjoys working in her practice with her father as well as letting her creativity run free as an author. Growing up she’s always loved a good love story and finally decided to give writing one of her own a go.
After graduating with her doctoral degree, she now enjoys spending that thing called free time traveling with her husband, cooking, and knitting.
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