Book Review: Someone Like Her by Sandra Owens



Known to the K2 Special Services team as Romeo, ex-Navy SEAL Jake Buchanan has yet to meet a woman he didn’t like. There is one though who sets his heart to racing in a way the others don’t. She is off-limits, however, and his boss—her brother—has made that crystal clear.

Troubled by a childhood that still haunts her, Maria Kincaid goes searching for a father she’s never met—and stumbles into a nightmarish experience. With her life in grave danger, she reaches out to Jake.

Jake, a man who believes he isn’t capable of committing to one woman, knows he should stay as far away from Maria as possible. She’s in trouble though and he’ll just lend a hand, then return to his life as Romeo.

As Jake soon learns, some things are easier said than done.


I loved Crazy For Her so when I got the chance to read Someone Like Her I jumped on it.What I enjoyed the most about this book was Maria’s take charge attitude. She gets in the middle of things to get things done. It’s nice to have a heroine that doesn’t like to just sit back and let things happen.What girl wouldn’t love an ex-Navy Seal following her around? I know I sure wouldn’t mind (said the happily married woman!). Jake is a sexy hero with commitment issues. The guy has gotten a bad rap for being known as a “player” but sometimes the right girl needs to come along to stop those ways. Who cares that she’s the boss’ sister. :)If  you’re looking for a book with a great characters, great plot, suspense with hot steamy scenes; this is the book for you.




Book 1: Crazy For Her



A native of Florida, Sandra once managed a Harley-Davidson dealership, before switching from a bike to an RV for roaming the open road (though she’s also chased thrills from sky-diving to upside-down stunt-plane flying). In addition to CRAZY FOR HER—a 2013 Golden Heart® Finalist for Romantic Suspense—and SOMEONE LIKE HER, her works include the Regency romance novels THE LETTER, winner of the Golden Quill Award, and THE TRAINING OF A MARQUESS, winner of the Golden Claddagh Award. A member of Romance Writers of America, she lives with her husband in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. She claims the only thing missing in her life is a cat to curl up on her lap while she writes.






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