Book Review: Ghosted by Allyson Charles

Marine Raider Tony Garcia holds himself to the highest standards. He expects no less from the women he dates. Polished, sophisticated, organized. He has a type and he’s happy to stick to it. But fate has a wicked sense of humor when it sends Bridget Sullivan veering into his path.Bridget is the epitome of unconventional. She’s a nerdy, foul-mouthed force of nature, and after her last experience in dating became a police investigation, she’s sworn off men. Especially ones who have the nerve to toss her over his shoulder to keep her from trouble. One who wouldn’t know fun if it came up and bit him on the butt. If Tony would stop being so dang sweet, if he didn’t fill out his shirt quite so well, then maybe she wouldn’t have such a hard time keeping her hands to herself.

But when strange events start to swirl around Bridget, Tony will do everything in his power to keep the infuriating woman safe. Mysterious fires. Unexplained noises. Eerie lights in the night. It’s as though an unseen force is determined to tear her world apart. And that’s only the beginning of their trouble. Because something even more dangerous lurks in the shadows, and it’s set its sights on Bridget…Meet the men of Alpha Squad. 

Protective, strong-willed, and tough, they go hard after what they want. And when they set their sights on a woman, they’ll use every weapon in their arsenal to make her theirs. Each book in this series is a fast, steamy read, full of pulse-pounding action and sexy times.
There are some authors that write great alpha heroes and Charles is one of them. I love this new series by her. Each book gets better and better. I find myself looking forward to each book as they come out. 

Up this time, we have Tony. At times he so frustrating that you want to smack him. He has this idea of what he wants in a woman and can't see anything else. I understand his feelings but he's putting too much into this dream of his. Saying that it doesn't stop him from wanting to be with a woman that he likes (a lot) but doesn't see in his future. 

I totally loved Bridget. She is a great character. I love her nerdy way and how she stands up for those around her. I feel bad because she's dealing with the loss of her uncle and being the owner of his bar and on top of all that she has a what she thinks is a ghost and someone out to hurt her. 

The story is very enjoyable and there is a part in it where she's playing an online game along with Chris that cracked me up. It is one of those don't drink anything while reading it moments. I was reading this late at night and found my laughing very loudly. I couldn't help myself it hit my funny bone. 

Each story is a standalone with their own beginning and ending and no overlapping storyline, but I believe reading the series from the beginning will help you enjoy these guys even more. Now we need Ryan's story. 


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