You know when you see a book every where on social media and you’re itching to get your hands on it? Well, I finally bought a copy instead of waiting for my local library. Today I’m sharing my thoughts on Susan May Warren’s Tate.
About the Book
What will it cost this bodyguard to save the woman he loves?
Bodyguard, Tate Marshall, has always been the family troublemaker. Maybe it’s his impulsive propensity to get into the middle of problems that don’t belong to him. But once in, he can’t stop himself from trying to solve them and that includes his recent dilemma. He’s in love with the woman he’s supposed to protect, the beautiful Gloria, “Glo” Jackson, daughter of US Senator and presidential hopeful Reba Jackson. A member of the country band, the Yankee Belles, Glo was targeted in a recent terrorist attack designed to deter her mother from running.
Glo is as stubborn as her mother, and Glo isn’t about to hide from threats, at least the kind that won’t cost her heart. Because she’s already paid a terrible price for the war on terror, and she can’t let herself love a man who might die, especially because of her.
As the campaign heats up and the threats deepen, so does the attraction between Tate and Glo. But when they’re discovered, and Tate is fired, what will he do to protect the woman he loves?
And what will Glo do to keep from losing another man to the costs of war?
Oh man, Tate is better than Knox and I’m not sure I thought that could be possible. I loved the opening chapter and
how it sets the stage for the emotion/action-packed read that is the 2nd Marshall brother. And if you haven’t read the first book, it’s a great way to catch you up.
This is a book I didn’t want to put down; however, I wanted to slow down while reading to make it last. There were just so many good parts in this book. So many lines I wanted to savor like: “You don’t need to do anything to get God’s attention. You had it before you were born.”
Oh the truth of that statement! Not to mention there were swoony parts that cemented Tate as my favorite Marshall. That may be because I haven’t read Ford yet (come on library).
All in all, this was a fantastic book and a series I’m thoroughly enjoying.
About the Author
Susan May Warren is the USA Today bestselling, Christy and RITA award-winning novelist of over sixty-five novels. An eight-time Christy award finalist, a three-time RITA Finalist, she’s also a multi-winner of the Inspirational Readers Choice award, and the ACFW Carol Award.
A seasoned women’s events speaker, she’s a popular writing teacher at conferences around the nation and the author of the beginning writer’s workbook: The Story Equation.