Book Review | Solid as Steele

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Solid as Steele by Susan Sleeman.

About the Book

He lost his memory…
Mackenzie Steele has been instrumental in keeping Steele Guardians afloat, working long hours for months. Nearing burnout, her family encourages her to take a vacation, and she reluctantly agrees. She needs solitude and quiet, and a vacation rental home in the Oregon desert is just the ticket. But she’s no sooner unpacked her bags when a man lands on her doorstep. A man who can’t remember his identity or why he’s there. All they know is that the name Owen seems familiar to him.

But will finding it bring a killer to her doorstep.
Mackenzie shouldn’t trust this man, but something about his earnestness draws her to him, and she agrees to help him determine his identity. When her rental home is bombarded with bullets, she knows she’s accepted a task that could turn deadly, and she should walk away. But by this time, her deepening connection with the stranger keeps her firmly rooted at his side, and she can only pray that she won’t regret her potentially life-altering decision.

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Danielle’s Review

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I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.

Solid as Steele by Susan Sleeman is book five in her Steele Guardians romantic suspense series.

I enjoyed this book! Reading it felt like cozying up with a favorite blanket. I loved the beginning where Mackenzie is trying to figure out whether she can trust this stranger who landed on her porch. And Owen, so unsure of himself because he has no memories.

The action gets going in twists and turns I didn’t anticipate. One of the turns entered a scene that was difficult to read (and could be a trigger warning). I can’t say more without a spoiler. But the twists didn’t stop there. They kept going all the way until the very end.

We also got a sneak peak at Susan Sleeman’s next series with the Shadow Lake Survival series. I was already highly anticipating it and now I can’t wait!

If you love romantic suspense, then don’t miss Solid as Steele. You don’t need to have read the rest of the series to read this one. Characters from past series do appear, but you won’t need to have read those books either — though I recommend reading all of them!

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4 thoughts on “Book Review | Solid as Steele

  1. I have been wanting to read these but my library isn’t getting them! Your review makes me want to read them even more.

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