Unbreakable (The Diamonds Book 1) by Tee Smith – Review by Dawn Brown

Unbreakable (The Diamonds, #1)Unbreakable by Tee Smith
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When Ripper goes to the local clinic to avoid questions, nurse Erin is the one to stitch his gash back together. Both of them take notice of the other but Erin is at work and can’t flirt with a patient. Fate throws them back together again but both have issues in their current lives. Ripper has his best mate and his mate’s daughter that he is worried about as well as his not so legal work. Erin is trying to help her dad move on after the death of her mother but they keep running into each other and are inclined to give in to fate.
This book is a great read. With short chapters, it is perfect for the person who is on the go and has to read in between tasks. The allure of the shady side of the law, for me, makes this book quite intersting. The rhythm of the words draw the reader in while Ripper’s mate’s daughter has the reader’s protective side jumping out.
This is the first book in a promising series.

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