Series: Mann of My Dreams 04
Length: Novel (376pgs)
Publisher: Tinnean (8th October 2017)
Heat Level: Low – Moderate
Heart Rating: 💖💖💖 3 Hearts
Blurb: Quinton Mann has resigned from the CIA, but they aren’t happy about that and want him back. To do that, they’ll not only have to convince Quinn that’s a good idea, but Mark Vincent, Portia Mann, and Gregor Novotny as well, and that isn’t going to be easy.
Meanwhile, friends and family need help, and neither Quinn nor Mark will turn them down.
It’s going to be a long year and a half.
Review: Of all the books in the series, this one deserves the romance title the most.
It’s sappy and dreamy and it’s a lovely happy end for our two heroes. The contrast from beginning is especially noticeable here, since they are in established relationship, they already cleared the hurdles facing them and now they are settling to enjoy the rest of their lives. It’s unashamed piece of fluff, with their family and friends playing prominent roles.
There is a lot of difference in both characters, as Quinn, once known as Ice Man, is comfortable in his relationship with Mark and the direction his life has taken. Mark is also softer – being with Quinn dulled his edges and made him less hesitant to show people in his life he cares.
It’s happy and relaxing read.