Wyatt by Susan May Warren – Book Review, Preview

Posted October 3, 2019 by Phyllis Helton in Blog Tours, Book Reviews, Giveaways /

Sign up for e-mail notifications of posts

Wyatt by Susan May Warren - Book Review, Preview

Wyatt by Susan May Warren – Book Review, Preview

Wyatt
by Susan May Warren


Series: The Montana Marshalls #4
Published by SDG Publishing
Publication Date October 15, 2019
Genres: Christian Fiction, Action/Adventure, Suspense, Clean Romance
Setting: Russia, Montana, Washington Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-34
Written for: Adults

Synopsis:

He’s lost her twice…he’s not going to lose her again...

NHL Hockey Goalie Wyatt Marshall has everything--fame, money and a thriving career. But he’s hiding the two things that matter most...a career-ending injury, and his broken heart. He’s been in love with Coco Stanley since she walked into his life at age fourteen, a foster child for the Marshall family. She stole his heart years later, when, after a secret tryst, she returned to her home country of Russia. But she won’t let him back into her life—and he can’t figure out why.

She’s harboring a secret that could cost lives...

Coco Stanley is tired of living her life undercover. Or at least, with an assumed name, always pretending to be someone she’s not. And that’s not the only secret she’s harboring. If Wyatt discovers the real reason she left him, it might just destroy him. She’s resigned herself to loving him from afar...

But when he discovers she’s in danger...

Wyatt is horrified when he learns Coco has been shot and left in Russia, her fate unknown. There is nothing—nothing—that will stop him from finding her. So what if he’s not one of his super-heroic brothers, not a Ranger, not a SEAL...Wyatt is a hockey goalie, a special kind of crazy brave. Except, is he brave enough to face the secret Coco is keeping, or will it destroy everything he’s hoped for?

What will it cost them to save her?

What Wyatt and Coco don’t know is that revenge is stalking her and bringing her home just might cost them their long-awaited happy ending.

Continue the breath-taking Montana Marshalls series!

I would like to thank Just Read Publicity Tours for giving me this copy of the book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.

Also in this series: Knox, Tate , Ford

Goodreads Amazon Barnes and Noble Book Depository



Susan May Warren knows how to create heroes who are rugged, handsome, flawed, and wonderful!!

Continuing the story of the Marshall brothers, Wyatt finagles his way into Russia, hoping to rescue Coco and bring her home with him. Yet what can a mere hockey player do?

Wyatt Marshall never felt like he was enough. He had always felt that his father was disappointed in him and his desire to play hockey instead of wanting to work on the family ranch. He tried so hard to prove his worth yet, in his eyes, always failed. This middle son also carried shame for dishonoring the Marshall name, even if he was the only one who knew of it. His family’s faith had never been his own. . .

I really liked Wyatt’s zeal and his intense love for Coco. With a brother who was a former smoke jumper, one who had been an Army Ranger, one a bull-rider, and the other a Navy SEAL, he didn’t quite see himself measuring up to them as a mere hockey goalie. Sure, he had to be tough to endure beatings from the pucks (and players). However, coming up with a strategy for rescuing damsels in distress, knowing how to survive in another country, or saving the world? He knew he was out of his league! And he still dove in, way out of his comfort zone, into a foreign country where people spoke a language he didn’t know. All for the girl he had loved from the moment he met her! Doesn’t that just make you swoon?

Coco, or Kat, as she was known in Russia, had a secret that she was determined to protect, even at the cost of her life. Not to mention a mountain of guilt. When Wyatt showed up in the place she least expected him, to retrieve the evidence that would clear his sister, she wanted so badly to keep him close. Yet she sent him away, for his own good.

Poor Coco never felt that God could care about her.

In their breathtaking journey as they fought assassins and tried to avoid the Bravta, Coco and Wyatt both needed to come to the realization about who God is and His love for them. Without being preachy, the author guides them through their doubts, insecurities, and fears into the arms of the One who is more than enough because they found they could never be.

Wyatt is full of heart-stopping action, powerful romance, and spiritual journeys. I am looking forward to seeing where things conclude with next month’s release of the series finale. York, who was introduced in Ford, was in this story, and I’m sure he is going to be in RJ’s story as well – he has to be and I’m expecting amazing things. (Don’t tell anyone this but I think I like York more than any of the Marshall brothers! And I can’t believe Susan May Warren let things end the way she did!!!)

But don’t let this be the first book of The Montana Marshalls series you read. Each story builds on the previous to give you the entire full-blown experience. You won’t regret it!

Giveaway

1 winner will receive

  • a signed copy of Wyatt
  • a Montana Marshalls Magic Mug!

Be sure to check out each stop on the tour for more chances to win. Full tour schedule shown in link below. Giveaway will begin at midnight October 2, 2019 and last through 11:59 PM EST on October 9, 2019. US only. Winner will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or risk forfeiture of prize. Giveaway is subject to the policies found here.

Follow along at JustRead Tours for a full list of stops!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Shareables

Tags: , , ,

To see all current giveaways, go to the Home page and scroll down

For all disclosures and policies visit this link

Purchases via affiliate links help defray the cost of this website. Thank you!

3 responses to “Wyatt by Susan May Warren – Book Review, Preview

  1. Alicia Haney

    This book sounds intriguing and like a very good page turner! Thank you for sharing this book review. God Bless you.

Leave a Reply