Willow's Discovery by Joanne Jaytanie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Romantic suspense in and out of the lab…
This is the third book in the Winters Sisters series and finally, finally!, we get Willow’s story. Willow Winters was the science nerd in the family and seemed just a wee bit separated from, though no less loved by, her sisters. The suspenseful plot that has provided the underlying thread for the entire series is back in full force as Willow is front and centre in the line of danger. Wyatt Farraday is going to provide the protection that she needs, whether she wants it or not!
I love this series that revolves around three sisters who, while orphaned, have continued to be a close family while carrying on the legacy left by their parents. Doing that however has not been at a small risk for the sisters and this outing is no exception. Willow doesn’t want to admit it but Wyatt is exactly who she needs, both standing in front of her and beside her.
The threats are getting closer and more deadly as Willow and Wyatt are fighting a spy within their midst. While a romance, this story is no different than the previous ones as the mystery and intrigue are at the forefront of the plot. Saying that, because of that the two are given ample opportunities to knock heads and work out what they really feel and mean to each other. The sparks are flying as the two work towards their happily ever after but there questions still to be answered. I hope that means there is more coming!
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