#Review: Neil by Sybil Bartel @SybilBartel
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I didn’t know he was a billionaire, or that he was capable of murder.
The first time I saw Neil Christensen, I was being dragged onto his boat from the waters off the coast of Key West.
The second time I laid eyes on the six-foot-six billionaire, he was walking into my strip club, demanding I quit.
The third time I encountered the Viking-sized monster of a man, my life fell apart.
Dominant, controlling, and uncompromising in every way–Neil Christensen wasn’t a man you met by coincidence.
He had a plan.
I only hoped I could survive it.
I have loved Neil in the other novels that I’ve read, his no-nonsense approach to dealing with everything has meant that whoever won his heart would have to be someone special, someone who could break through the tough exterior and also be able to deal with his curt way of speaking and acting.
Ariel is a young single mother who works for André, as an ex-stripper she takes no nonsense from the marines who work at the company and is the only person who has gotten away with nicknaming Neil, Viking. Neil has taken an interest in Ariel and we see her fighting his interest while needing support as her past comes back to bite her in the butt putting her and her son in danger.
Unusually for Bartel this is told completely from Ariel’s point of view with none of the book told from Neil’s, I kind of missed getting his point of view but it really worked for this novel, Ariel is such a strong woman and she fights hard against Neil not standing for any of his nonsense, not liking his bossy nature while being inextricably pulled towards him.
I loved this couple, so much and I loved learning more about Neil and the kind of man he is which just made me love him so much more than I did going into this novel. Another stellar novel from Sybil Bartel.
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Series: Uncompromising #2
Author: Sybil Bartel
Genre: Romance | Contemporary Romance | Erotica | Military
Publication Date: 22 August 2016
Review Format: eBook
Other Formats: Paperback
Buy: Amazon UK | Amazon US