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Someone Like Her (A K2 Team Novel) by [Owens, Sandra]
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Known to the K2 Special Services team as Romeo, ex-Navy SEAL Jake Buchanan may spend his downtime living up to his nickname, but there’s one woman who sets his heart racing like no one else can: Maria Kincaid. Unfortunately, his boss—her brother—has made it crystal clear that she’s off-limits. Jake doesn’t do commitment, while Maria is the type of woman who deserves a promise of forever. Yet Maria finds herself drawn to Jake, the man who stares at her with a desire she wishes he’d act on.

Still haunted by her horrific childhood, Maria goes searching for the father she’s never met—and stumbles into a nightmarish experience. With her life in grave danger, she reaches out to Jake, her brother’s second-in-command. Jake figures he can help Maria without giving in to temptation. But some things are easier said than done.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3221 KB
  • Print Length: 305 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (6 January 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00M4DE55M
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,153 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Just okay 9 January 2015
By Fallen3 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
It was okay. I just wasn't crazy about the hero Jake. He just seemed very immature. He'll sleeps with just about anything. That's how he gets his name Romeo. At times when he's talking to the h the dialogue between them seemed so shallow, & teenage like. He got mad at her a couple of times like a pouty child. It didn't last long, but still. There are several times throughout the book that he wonders if he should be with her because he really likes sleeping with different women & doesn't know if he can be faithful. That was annoying. I thought I would be reading a book about a guy who was really into the h but left her along because the h's brother warned him away from her. After they got together & brother knew it. He still was wondering if he would want to be with other women. What I found ironic was that the h's mother slept with everybody too. The h had a rough childhood because of that, & she ended up wanting a man that was just like her mother. As for as their whoring was, anyway.

I liked the heroine. She wasn't a door mat, but felt like no matter what Jake did, she would forgive him. I was still on the fence about him until the way he acted after the funeral for a team mate. I just wanted to smack him & say grow the heck up cry baby!!!

I thought the scene with the two teammates was ridiculous. They're on a dangerous mission. Weird stuff is going on, like someone attacking their safe house any minute & the two teammates, that know this, are talking about boobies. Full grown men acting like teenagers.

Okay, with all that said, I still like parts of the book. It wasn't terrible. It was mostly interesting. I liked her brother being in the book. I loved the relationship between the two siblings. Loved how protective he was of her. I felt for the h & completely understood the feelings that she had about finding her father. I was really happy that she got her HEA with him (the dad). The hero, was hero material for helping with that. And even though he got on my nerves, the hero was great at protecting her. Even when he wasn't responsible for her care, & she needed him he still dropped everything, and got to her as fast as he could.

So half good/half bad for me.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very enjoyable 6 January 2015
By Bette Hansen - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Very enjoyable book! This is the second book in the K2 Team series but it can be read stand alone, although I recommend reading the first to truly understand big brother Logan. When Jake "Romeo" Buchanan receives a call from Maria Kincaid, his boss Logan's little sister (well maybe not so little) he doesn't hesitate going to her rescue. They have always had an insane attraction but he never acted on it because #1 Logan would kill him and #2 Maria deserves a forever guy and he can't give her that. Or maybe.....

This book is very well done and I am glad I gave this second one a chance. The pace of this story was better than the first and it had me turning page after page. I definitely recommend this one.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Too much sex 28 January 2015
By Anna - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Even though I like reading romance suspense novel,I prefer them with a little more suspense than romance. It surprises me than now lots of writers want to emulate the trilogy Fifty Shades of Gray in the sexual encounters and I don`t think it is necessary.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars h is "off limits" and H can't stay away - I love it!! 7 January 2015
By Bea - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
ARC received in exchange for an honest review.

When I read the blurb for Someone Like Her, I was excited to dive right in and read it because I've always loved the "off limits" themed romances. Jake, our Hero, is afraid of commitment and lucky for him, the ladies are only too willing to provide him with company without the promise of a relationship. The only one that evokes any kind of romantic feelings - besides lust - is Maria, our h. She has always been the one he desires, craves, admirers, respects and cares for. Unfortunately for him, she's his boss's sister and completely off limits. She's off limits for two reasons. First, his boss would kill him, and second, because subconsciously he knows she's the one and only girl he'd consider settling down with so of course he makes an effort to stay away from her. As the blurb states, Maria inadvertently gets herself in a dangerous situation and can only think of seeking help from Jake. Jake would do anything for her so agrees to help her despite knowing that by helping her it will put him too close to her with no buffer to prevent himself from touching her. There is no escaping the attraction, sexual tension, chemistry and ultimately the serious feelings they both develop for one another. And that my friends is the meat of this story.

Sandra Owens' book was sweet and straight to the point. There is little to no drama. No OW/OM to contend with. If you're looking for a quick feel good romance then Someone Like Her by Sandra Owens will do nicely. I certainly enjoyed it. Although, I would have liked Jake to be more possessive and jealous than what his character was allowed to show (my personal preference). But, if you like an in control, romantic, sexy H with moments of jealousy and possessiveness then Jake is your guy. Maria was a good match for Jake in all aspects. She was likable. She had her dumb moments, but who doesn't right? Based on the description of her physical appearance I kept visualizing the actress Nina Dobrev as Maria. At the end of the day, I would definitely recommend this book. Especially if you're just coming off from an angsty, emotional, drama filled book and you want to read something that will settle your nerves.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Yes, you will want to read this one! 7 January 2015
By Kindle Customer - Published on
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Having thoroughly enjoyed the first book in this series (Made for Her) in which Jake and Maria are introduced, I was thrilled to see this book come out with their story. I wasn’t sure whether this second book could be as good as the first because the first one was just so good, but Someone Like Her did not disappoint! Some mystery, suspense, and a whole bunch of sexy made this a book that I couldn’t put down until I finished it.

In this book we get to know Jake “Romeo” Buchanan, ex-SEAL and second in command at K2 Special Services, adept at handling all types of dark and dangerous situations, and Maria Kincaid, a law student and co-owner of K2 (along with her brother, Logan, also a former SEAL). This second book takes us along for the ride of their story. Let me just say that, yes, you want to read it.

Jake and Maria have been intrigued by and attracted to each other for several years at this point. Maria finds herself in trouble, and rather than calling her brother, she calls Jake. Jake, knowing his boss (Maria’s brother) may at best fire him for his actions, sets off to her rescue anyway. Both Jake and Maria have baggage to deal with, although of very different types. Just when you think they’ve found a way to connect their lives together, another problem comes along and threatens to unravel the tenuous foundation of their relationship. There was some depiction of violence in this book that may make certain readers uncomfortable, but while it was clear what happened, it wasn’t overtly dwelt upon or given in detail. In other words, about as tastefully done as it could be.

Ms. Owens also gives more of an introduction to at least one more K2 employee, Jamie, who I can only hope will be the star of another K2 book.

Ms. Owens is a talented writer who weaves witty bantering, tense drama, painful revelations, and some steamy lovin’ perfectly. I can actually imagine many of these conversations really taking place, and several of the scenes she paints I can easily conjure up in my mind. Well done, Ms. Owens!

Thank you to the author and publisher for a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.