Depends on Who’s Asking by Lani Lynn Vale
Series: SWAT Generation 2.0 #12
Genres: Romantic Suspense
It was the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring…nope. No. Nuh-uh. That’s a lie.
The moment that Caro wakes up, she knows that she’s not alone.
One thump-thump from the living room and she quickly moves into action.
One 9-1-1 call later, and she’s ready to defend herself.
Only, she gets more than she bargains for when she steps out into her living room and comes face to face with a living, breathing nightmare.
And isn’t it just fitting that the man that saves her by coming down the chimney with a large black gun in his hand is named Saint Nicholas?
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It seemed like the start of a bad joke.
Saint Nicholas comes down the chimney on Christmas Eve night, but he isn’t there to bear gifts. He’s there to take out the trash.
When he lands on his silent feet, he has no other choice but to put himself in harm’s way.
One look at Caro’s terrified face, and he can’t stop himself.
He steps in just as the bullets start flying, saving the damsel in distress and taking a bullet to the shoulder for his trouble.
But one thing he can say is, heroes always win the girl.
And Caro is the best Christmas miracle of all.
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I’m a bit sad that this series is coming to an end. I’ve read and adored every book in it. I do love that Saint was last since he is named Saint Nicholas. Talk about wanting to kill your parents for their name choice! That being said this book could not have been better.
From the moment they met in an unusual way to the way they were forced to quarantine together. I laughed for a good five minutes over the reason they were in quarantine and if Lani Lynn Vale planned this prior to this year she was physic.
There were some times when Saint needed a good swift kick in the butt. Yet they came together so beautifully. I love the secret that Saint carries though because it wasn’t what I expected it to be. I wasn’t crazy about his parents though. After the life he lived growing up finding Carolina and her wanting him for him and not anything reason was a miracle and blessing for him.
Carolina could not have been more perfect for Saint. She, like her mother when it came to her father, had a patience and understanding that few possess. It made her such a wonderful character.
As I said I am a bit sad it has ended but am eager to see what Lani Lynn Vale has in store for us next year.