Protecting What’s Mine by Lucy Score

Protecting What’s Mine by Lucy Score
A Small Town Love Story Book 3
Publisher: That’s What She Said Publishing, Inc
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (474 pages)
Heat Level: Hot
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Honeysuckle

If you can’t stand the heat, don’t fall for a firefighter…

Fire Chief Lincoln Reed is known for his heroics in the fire department and in the bedroom. Life is a never-ending good time. Until she lands in the middle of the accident scene he’s working…and then his backyard. Too bad she’s immune to flirty first responders.

Flight trauma surgeon Mackenzie O’Neil is on a crash course with burnout. She’s got a scar on her face and a shake in her hands. A temporary job as a small-town family physician is just the prescription. She’ll learn to meditate. Sleep more. Take up gardening.

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But Linc and his tattoos are very persuasive. What’s a harmless little adrenaline-fueled fling between neighbors? It’s all naked fun and games until the shadows from Mack’s past find their way into her present. Can Linc be her hero when she needs him the most or will their scars ruin everything?

One thing is certain: Someone is going to get burned.

Ladies man Linc has finally met a woman who had him speechless at first sight. I fell in love with Mack, or Doc Dreamy to some, when she saved Aldo’s life five years ago. The fact that she’s the new family physician in Benevolence guaranteed that Linc’s life was about to get just a little more interesting.

There’s not much better for an avid reader than finding a fictional town to fall in love with and then getting to go back to visit. Benevolence is one of those towns for me. The people are small town quirky and close. Life isn’t post card perfect but it feels real. The way Ms. Score writes gives life to the place that makes coming back feel like a coming home.

Book 3 in the Small Town Love Story series happens five years after both of the first two. I’m actually glad she time jumped a bit because Linc needed to develop personally and professionally and Mack needed to be ready for a change. Speaking of Linc’s personal development, wait until you see him with his nieces and nephews. If didn’t already love him, you will!

I thought Luke and Harper was the best couple. Very swoon worthy. And then I met Aldo and Gloria. So many ‘awww’ moments, I couldn’t help but love them and decide they were my new favorite. Along come Linc and Mack. I was only a fourth of the way through book and could tell they were going to steal ‘fan favorite’ right out from under all the others. Too cute and so much sexy, flirty fun!

Maybe one of the reasons I love this series so much is that Ms. Score has an element of kids in foster care and forever homes in each story. We live in a community where there is a large community of foster families. It touches our lives and these books celebrated loving kids who just want to loved in a beautiful way.

I couldn’t put this 400+ page book down until I’d read the last page. Ms. Score drew me in, made me feel like part of the community and the amazing families who live here. I don’t know here future plans for Benevolence but I hope there’s more life and love to come.

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