Honor Bound (The Protectors #2) by Samantha Chase & Noelle Adams


Honor Bound (The Protectors Book 2)

Synopsis:

My life was just like any other girl’s until the Maxwell corporate empire ruined my family and stole my future. I’d given up hoping to see justice done, but then the way to right this wrong was dropped in my lap. My job with an event planner can get me into the home of one of Maxwell’s business partners. I can find evidence of what they did to my father. I can make sure they pay.

I wasn’t expecting Sebastian.

Sebastian has been hired for security, but he is also the son of the man I despise. I should hate Sebastian purely on principle. I shouldn’t care that he’s sweet and funny and sexy as hell. He’ll always be a Maxwell, and that means he’s my enemy.

I can’t help but want him anyway.

He seems to want me too, but only for a good time. He’s the son of privilege, and he’ll never be serious about me. He’ll also never betray his family. If he finds out what I’m really doing here, he’ll turn on me in an instant. He’ll keep me from finding justice.


It’s just that I keep finding him instead.

Review:

Why did I read Honor Bound when I didn't like Duty Bound very much? Well I thought I would give these authors another chance. Maybe with different characters I would enjoy the story more. Luckily this worked out for me as I enjoyed this story much more than the first one.

Ali's life was ruined by the Maxwell's. She has had to give up her college dreams and everything really to take care of her family. She works a ton and just tries to get by. When she gets an opportunity to help plan a party at the home of someone who might have proof of what the Maxwell corporation did to her family, she jumps at the chance to try and write the wrong that was done to her family. She is a bit ridiculous in her snooping around the house, but she was cute. I mean really she is not very smart with the whole thing, but it was alright the way it was written.

Sebastian really does not like his family. His dad wants him to work for the family company, but he wants nothing to do with that. He wants to work with his security company he and his military friends just started, but his dad has other ideas. When Sebastian first sees Ali he is intrigued. He keeps finding her all over the house, places she shouldn't be, but he doesn't really see much harm in that. They get closer and Ali is drawn to Sebastian even if he is a Maxwell. He doesn't seem like his family and Ali just can't help herself.

There are some bumps in the road, some issues that need to be dealt with, some assumptions Ali needs to work out, but Sebastian and Ali are so cute together. Ali does go crazy a few times for no reason, but it all works out in the end. They really are great together and Sebastian is such a great guy. He is just a really good person and perfect for Ali. I really loved them. I am so glad this book was so much better than the first one. I really enjoyed it.

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

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