In Safe Hands (Search and Rescue, #4)

In Safe Hands
In Safe Hands by Katie Ruggle

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I would like to thank Sourcebooks Casablanca and NetGalley for a chance to read this book.

*Doing happy dance*

I love the series! I am not sure if this is the end but it is, I will definitely miss the guys.
The book was such a nice ending. Everything finally made sense. But what about the cost?
The revelation was so shocking, that it made me second guess myself. I thought it was all about drugs, but it wasn’t. And I was actually looking forward for that person to have his own HEA. Too bad . . .

The previous characters form book one to the last one was really something. I laugh at the most inappropriate time and I had to stop myself because they were so wonderfully hilarious. Each of them had their own hell, but they proved to be strong. Like the men in their lives.

I love Chris. He was something else. There are just no words to describe him. If Ian is sweet and George is a gentle giant, Cal would be caring, but Chris, he has at least one character from the other guys, well, except Cal, but the alpha air is there. And watching them together or reading them together is the highlight of the book!

It was such a superb book at I am running out of words to use. Other than, I am currently still feeling under the weather as I write this is, must be something.

If this is the last book, I am happy that the mystery is finally solved and the dots ~ not to mention the infamous whiteboard ~ is now clean. However, if it is not, I look forward to the next book in the series. And Lou’s white board.

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