Romance Review: Under the Covers by Rebecca Zanetti

Under the Covers (Maverick Montana, #2)

Opposites don’t attract. They ignite.
The small Montana town near the Kooskia reserve seemed like the perfect place for Juliet Montgomery to hide from her not-so-law-abiding family. But when her peace is shattered by a break-in and threatening phone calls, it’s clear someone back in New York knows where she is. It’s time to plan her getaway, and fast—but first, she needs to tie up a few loose ends. Namely, finding out exactly what the town’s sexy cowboy sheriff is hiding in his holster…
Sheriff Quinn Lodge has enough demons of his own to know when someone’s hiding something. Clearly, he needs to do a thorough investigation to uncover what’s beneath Juliet’s uptight, city-girl exterior—preferably one piece of clothing at a time. But when their chemistry goes from fizzy to full-on explosive, things start getting complicated. How can Juliet stay beneath the covers with Quinn, when doing so means blowing her cover?

Title: Under the Covers
Author:  Rebecca Zanetti
Series: Maverick Montana
Publisher:  Entangled: Brazen
Format: ebook
ISBN: 1622667816
Genre: Romance
Release date: May 27th 2013
Number of pages: 250
 
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I do love a good investigation and this book was the perfect mix between a detective and romance novel. Even after all the drama I liked the fact Quinn decided to give a chance to his relationship and start a life with Juliet.
 
I still don’t understand how they can be cowboys and still have a everyday job, but this series was a nice surprise. I liked the Rebecca Zanetti created a good paranormal scenario, but this tiny town also has it’s beauties, especially with those super hot indian cowboys. This family is really good and I was impressed by their courage and affection.
 
Juliet was more like a shadow to me, because I never got to truly like her and those parts she actually appeared in this book I was more interested in the story or Quinn, so nothing good but not so bad either. Quinn was the complete opposite for me because he’s super cute and friendly, but also suffering after the post war drama. I really liked his character and bravery.

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Series in Order

#1 – Against the Wall
#2 – Under the Covers

#3 – Unknown

 

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