Joyful Engagement by Mari Carr & Lila Dubois

Blurb:

Planning a wedding has never been this dangerous.

Warrior Scholar Tate Greene has been given a simple job: mailman. He, along with Roman Tanaka, travel to South Carolina to deliver two letters. Just two.

When Tate, Roman, and Scarlet Hall–who has a secret mission of her own–get to Charleston, they find out that the Grand Master has sent them into hostile territory, and the simple task is far more dangerous than Tate expected.

After a run in with a stun gun, the three find themselves held captive by the very people they were sent to surprise. They’ll have to work together to not only escape, but keep a trinity from ruining their chance at a happily ever after.

My Review:

Joyful EngagementJoyful Engagement by Mari Carr
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is totally different from all of the other books, both in the Trinity Masters and the Masters Admiralty series. This book provides an element of comedy, maybe even hilarity that we don’t always see in this series. (I know that I definitely LOL’d while reading this one!) Don’t get me wrong, there is still an element of danger, and lots of surprises, but this novella focuses more on the fun, and the connection between the trinities, than on the ongoing drama that continues to unite the series. It shares the feelings, the emotions between them, and makes them seem more…..real.

This book is a novella, and as such isn’t a full story, compared to the rest of the series. It isn’t meant as such. However, it does provide a brief glimpse into the lives of previous characters, as well as a glimpse into some new ones as well. There are also some tantalizing hints at possible coming answers to some questions that have lingered from previous books. These authors definitely know how to set a stage, and how to end a book on a high note! I’m definitely looking forward to what comes next!

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