Necessary Pursuit (Trinity Masters # 12) by Mari Carr & Lila Dubois

Blurb:

Oscar has no desire to join one of the two secret societies issuing him invitations and he sure as hell isn’t interested in an arranged menage marriage. They say you can’t die of a broken heart, but he almost did.

Deadly circumstances throw sexy physicist, Selene, and a dangerous man with a price on his head in his path. Now he’ll do anything to keep them safe.

All they have to do is evade a serious threat from a religious cult, defuse a bomb, prevent a war between the Trinity Masters and the Masters’ Admiralty…oh…and stay alive.

My Review:

Necessary Pursuit (Trinity Masters #12)Necessary Pursuit by Mari Carr
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book isn’t your typical Trinity Masters story. It doesn’t begin with strangers that are “called to the alter”, who then fall madly in love, solve a mystery and all is right in their world. Nope. The authors went in a different direction this time, and in doing so, kept me guessing! Several times, I had to stop for a minute, and ask myself, “did I really just read that?!?” or “what the heck just happened!?!” That’s what I love about this series. Just when I think I know what’s going on, the authors pull out the big guns, and go in a completely different direction!

This book was explosive right out of the gate. The characters had off the charts chemistry, and a connection that nothing could stand in the way of. Each had their own baggage that they brought to the story, and there were lots of things that tried to keep them apart, but in the end, the HEA always wins out! However, the ending of this book wasn’t what I expected, and I’m not sure how I feel about that. Their story doesn’t feel finished, and I think the authors have more in store for this trio. Maybe the authors have something big planned? I’m not sure, but I know I can’t wait!

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