Uncaged (Corps Security #3.5) by Harper Sloan

Uncaged
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Synopsis:

Greg Cage’s life is more fulfilling than he ever could have imagined. He’s married to the love of his life, has an amazing son, and in a few short months, his family will grow again with the birth of his twin girls.

The past year has been a tough one for the Cage family, but they are now on the road to healing by learning to let go of the past and looking forward to their future.

When situations beyond his control threaten to take away so much of what Greg holds close to his heart, he has to learn that he doesn't always have the control he tries to maintain in their lives. Will he be able to handle the stress of knowing his wife and newborn daughters are beyond his protection?

Join the Cage family as they embark on yet another one of life’s journeys with a rambunctious four-year-old, pregnancy complications, and the fear of the unknown.

Will the love that Greg and Melissa share hold true as they fight to overcome the obstacles that face them?

UNCAGED is not a standalone. It is a continuation of CAGE. It is recommended that you read the first 3 books in the series before UNCAGED. 

Review:

I started Uncaged and just thought okay...this is just going to be like an extended extra scene. It was good, but just like extra sexy time scenes and such. I was just about to move on to the next book when it started to get better, when the newest obstacle shows up and then I really enjoyed the rest of the story. 

Greg and Melissa are so great together. Of course they can make their way through the latest situations, but it is not easy. Oh Greg...I just loved him. And Cohen? Oh he was so cute! I really want to read his story now. See what he is like when he is all grown up. If you liked Cage and want a bit more time with these characters than this is a good read for you. Even though the obstacles are stressful, it was a good, quick read. 

Rating: ★ ★ ★1/2

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