Going Down by Shelli Stevens

Going Down by Shelli Stevens
Holding out for a Hero Book 1
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (105 pages)
Heat Level: Hot
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Mistflower

Hiding in a small town saves her life, but can it save her heart?

Eleanor Owen needs to flee Chicago fast. It’s not that she doesn’t want to ignore the subpoena to testify against her drug-trafficking ex-boyfriend. It’s that making it to the witness stand alive looks dicey should a dirty cop make good on his threat.

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Tyson Wyatt is positive the sexy new girl in town is hiding something, but what? He vows to ferret out her secrets but finds himself distracted wondering how it would feel to kiss her preferably naked. Until then, he’s not buying the story she’s selling.

Their chemistry is sheet-melting hot, and Ellie realizes much too late that the man with the badge is as dangerous to her heart… as her ex is to her life.

I personally enjoyed this book. It helped pass the time while I sat in traffic that took three hours to go five miles. If not for this book then I would have gone out of my mind.

I thought it was an entertaining read as I read about how Eleanor, the heroine, goes into hiding in a tiny remote town. I was intrigued when I read the synopsis. I wasn’t disappointed at all as I dove into the story and discovered an engaging plot. I thought it was funny when the hero, Tyson, met Eleanor. It was an immediate love at first sight for all of us. I have a soft spot for a man in uniform.

Eleanor’s secrets brought about a bit of mystery that created a sense of suspense. Tyson knew she was hiding something. The story line was pretty predictable but I enjoyed the descriptive writing style. Something else that I appreciated was the character development. Tyson has two brothers that I’m interested in reading about. Fortunately for me Going Down is book one in the Hold out for a Hero series.

The ending was satisfying, especially since Tyson and Eleanor had their happily ever after. The ending of the book hooked me with a sense of curiosity which made me wonder about the the next installment in the series. Because of it, I am interested in reading book two.

This is a fun romance filled with chemistry that made for a steamy car ride for me. This was my first Shelli Stevens book and it won’t be my last. This is a book I recommend.

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