ARC Review: To Trust a Hero by Alexis Morgan

Max Volkov recently helped solve a mystery in the small town of Dunbar, Washington, and now he’s going to stay at Rikki Bruce’s bed-and-breakfast to write the story. Against her better judgment, Rikki finds Max becoming more involved with the life she has built for herself and her son. He’s handsome, charming and has a writer’s curiosity, all of which puts both her heart and her secrets at risk.
To Trust a Hero is the second book in Alexis Morgan's Heroes of Dunbar Mountains series. I have to tell you I really enjoyed it. I wanted to see how Max was going to become part of the small town. He burnt some bridges in the first book. 

I really like Max he's a great guy who doesn't really want to hurt anyone. He cares about the people around him. He's great to Rikki and her son. He spends time with him and makes sure he feels important. 

For the most part I also enjoy Rikki and think she's a great mom. I do believe at times she's a bit hard on Max for really nothing. But I get how it is when you raise a child alone. It's hard to let others in. 

You'll enjoy the back story for both of them. It's a bit heartbreaking but it did help for them to understand each other better. I also really love the relationship between Max, Cade and Titus. Morgan writes guy friends really well. 

As a whole this is a great story that I really enjoyed. The mystery is a good one and you'll be wondering what's going on and who's the bad guy. I would say that this series is better if you read them in order so that you know why and what happened between Max and the town. I'm really looking forward to Titus' book which is out at the end of December. 


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