* Review * ANGEL by Janie Crouch

* Review * ANGEL by Janie CrouchAngel by Janie Crouch
Series: Linear Tactical #4
Published by Calamity Jane Publishing on February 26, 2019
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Even angels have their demons

Jordan Reiss is well aware that if she was on fire the entire town of Oak Creek would probably go inside and make a sandwich. She can’t blame them. Her father scammed half the town out of their retirement funds, and then she…

She did so much worse.

She doesn’t expect forgiveness. But she’s back in town with no other options and just wants to be left alone to live on the fierce Wyoming land she’s missed so much during her six years in prison.

Former Navy SEAL Gabriel Collingwood's callsign may have been Angel, but he'll be anything but to protect his sister. Especially from a pretty ex-con who has somehow weaseled her way into a job at his sister’s new bakery.

He doesn't trust Jordan, even with her big gray eyes and quiet smile.

But when someone decides its time for Jordan to leave Oak Creek—preferably in a body bag—Gabe will have to put his distrust aside. Jordan needs her own guardian angel. And he happens to be one.


Heartwarming connections, sexy attractions and exciting turmoil! With the next book in her Linear Tactical series, Janie Crouch brings familiar characters back to help pave Jordan’s way back into town. Violet’s brother isn’t happy she’s working with this woman who seems to be a so unpopular around town, so he sets out to find out what she’s up to. He comes to learn that she’s been dealt a lot in her young life, and realizes she truly just wants to make amends … but people don’t seem ready to agree based on the continual threats and abuse she keeps facing. Really enjoyed their story!

Jordan Reiss has returned to Oak Creek, Wyoming after doing 6 years in prison for the horrible mistake she made. She knows the town hates her. Not only for her own doings, but also because her dad swindled so many of the townsfolk out of their life savings before he skipped town years ago. She doesn’t expect them to forgive her, but she hopes she can lay low enough to be able to peacefully co-exist because she’s really missed her home.

Former Navy SEAL Gabriel Collingwood isn’t sure what Jordan has done to swindle his sister Violet into hiring her to work at her bakery, but he’s going to make it good and clear that he has his eyes on her and isn’t going to let her get away with hurting his sister. Little does he now that he’s the least of her worries until he shows up time and time again to proof of how much she’s being put through by people around her. He doesn’t trust her, but he’s not going to let people continue to hurt her for something she wasn’t even responsible for. When the danger seems to step up, he makes it his duty to protect her … and as attraction continues to flare up between them, fighting it eventually feels futile.


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