The Rookie (The Taylor Clan #4) by Julie Miller Review

  The Rookie (The Taylor Clan) by Julie Miller  3 Stars

Suddenly something was more important to rookie officer Josh Taylor than busting a campus drug ring and making detective. Because when Josh’s undercover investigation strangely intersected with his older and pregnant professor, Rachel Livesay, sparks of danger–and passion–ignited.

Rachel had no one to turn to until Josh vowed to protect her from the sperm donor who threatened to snatch her newborn child from her arms. But Josh was her “student,” not a knight in shining armor–and falling for him could be deadly for them both!

Review

What I really liked about this book is the hero. He is a wonderful. Dedicated to his job, a protector, and very respectful and admiring of the heroine.The heroine struggles with the idea that the hero is younger and her own awful romantic past.

The romance is sweet. I have a soft spot for the heroine is pregnant with someone else’s baby plots.

However, the academic elements of the book and how a college really works are not exactly accurate and therefore the plot that hinges on these ideas doesn’t work for me.

Also, I am not a huge fan of romance suspense but putting that aside, I figured out the baddie pretty early and the motivation which meant I just wanted more couple time,.

Enjoyable overall.

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