At twenty-five, Detective Vigo Conti decided it was time to take a vacation with his baby sister. After a grueling case that took everything out of him, he packed up Maddison and hit the beaches of Hawaii, praying to get his mind off the one woman who seemed to steal his heart when she disappeared after only one night together. He was finally starting to relax and enjoy his time with Mads uninterrupted. That is—until he sees her.
Without warning, disaster strikes and Conti vows he will do everything to get his family back. Because sometimes finding that special BOOM makes one cross lines never imagined.
Will Conti be able to save his family before it is too late?
I feel like I am starting to sound like a broken record when it comes to the novellas in this series but what can I say, Until More is another one that I really enjoyed. The premise behind this one really caught my eye and I was excited to start it.
I loved the way that Conti made his sister his priority and how can you not fall in love with her. I understood why Crystal reacted the way she did but I also hate that she didn’t talk to Conti when she saw him again and found out the truth. For me, Until More had more of a suspense feel to it than some of the other books in this series. This is also a cross over into one of the author’s other series so it looks like I will be checking those books out as well.
S. Van Horne was born and raised in the small town of Belton, Missouri, which is a part of the Kansas City metropolitan area. She’s from a very large family and is the oldest of six. Growing up, she didn’t have the easiest life. She learned quickly that family means everything, even if it’s the type that you get to pick for yourself.
She met the love of her life at the early age of twenty and was married just after nine months of meeting him. Shortly after marriage, her husband rejoined the U.S. Navy and they moved from Kansas City and started their journey together. Currently they have two amazing children, a boy and a girl, and are still enjoying the Navy life.
She spends her days being a wife, mom, reading books, writing her latest novel, watching her beloved Kansas City Chiefs or Kansas City Royals, watching movies, hanging out with family and friends and having girls’ day at least once a month.