Review: Tank by Laramie Briscoe (Moonshine Task Force #2)

Note: This ARC was provided by the author via Give Me Books Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

I've been waiting on Tank and Blaze's story ever since I finished reading the Moonshine Task Force series starter, Renegade, and Laramie Briscoe has rewarded readers with Tank, a tale about finding your true self and true love and holding on to both in spite of all the challenges and hurdles that come your way. There are parts of this story that do overlap with the events in the first book, but both novels can certainly be read independently of one another--but I'm recommending you read both in order, anyway, because they're both well worth the time you give them. Also, reading both books will give you a better idea of just how close of a relationship Tank has to both his older sister and his best friend, Whitney Trumbolt and Ryan Kepler, whose story is told in book one, Renegade.

There's no doubt that Moonshine Task Force officer Trevor Trumbolt and emergency medical technician Daphne Coleman love each other, but Tank's protectiveness and Blaze's lack of communication have left them at a standstill. And then Blaze and her partner are called onto the scene of a head-on vehicular accident. The victim is none other than Tank and he's in critical condition. While he miraculously survives, the road to recovery and healing will prove to be a long and winding one, but Blaze has no intention of leaving Tank's side. Battling the pain brought about by his injuries and his own frustrations is one thing, but in order for him to have a true chance at being with Blaze, Tank'll have to win the war against his need to shelter her and he'll have to break down her walls.

I loved getting to know these two independent, strong-willed main characters, especially after the snippets we got of them in book one. There was so much more to Blaze than her tattoos and fiery red hair. She stood her ground and was such an evolution in terms of who she was before to who she is now, and the reason behind the changes she made in her life was heartbreaking. Her family life was in such stark contrast to Tank's, and I liked seeing how they made adjustments in order to make a true go of their relationship and not fall into the trap of allowing their tempers to get the better of them. The bonus here was getting to see more of Ryan and Whitney and the roles they played in Tank and Blaze's relationship. Five stars for Tank and the waiting game begins for book three, Havoc. ♥


Read my reviews for the Moonshine Task Force series:

Renegade (book one) - five stars - My Review

Tank (book two) - five stars - My Review (posted above)


Release Date: 02 June 2017

Date Read: 01 June 2017

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