Claiming Bailey (Ace Security #3) by Susan Stoker

Claiming Bailey (Ace Security #3)

Opposites attract in the third Ace Security novel from New York Times bestselling author Susan Stoker. Bailey Hampton will do whatever it takes to keep both herself and her little brother safe from the vicious Inca Boyz gang. Hiding out in Castle Rock, Colorado, is only a temporary solution until she can earn enough money to get out of the state altogether. But when she meets handsome security nerd Nathan Anderson, she discovers a reason to stay ...

Details Claiming Bailey (Ace Security #3)

TitleClaiming Bailey (Ace Security #3)
Release DateDec 5th, 2017
PublisherMontlake Romance
GenreRomance, Romantic Suspense, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Suspense

Reviews Claiming Bailey (Ace Security #3)

  • Emily
    Bailey Hampton didn't have the best teen years, she made a ton of mistakes but once her father died she realized the life she had built for herself was destructive and she needed to get her brother away from the Inca Boyz gang before it was too late. The problem is though the head of the gang wants Bailey back and he is intent on finding her. Ace Security number man, Nathan Anderson is used to being alone. He has his family but he has a hard time...
  • Carvanz
    Bailey’s past will never let her go. Its horror is deeper than her inked skin. She’s hiding from that past and the leader of the gang that will one day come for her. Her deepest desire is to keep her brother safe from that life. But when she helps a nerdy geek with his car she finds herself longing for the friendship he offers her and her sibling. Nathan has always been the brother his stronger, larger brothers protected. Now he’s in a posi...
  • Kahea
    ***4.5 ‘#TeamNathan’ Stars*** Claiming Bailey was filled with all kinds of swoon worthy moments, not that I’m all that surprised considering we are talking about a Susan Stoker novel, but this one had more aww moments than the previous two novels and the dopey happy sigh happened many, many times. Add in a good dose of suspense and it made for a page turning read right up until the very add.Oh Nathan. I swear I fell in love with the man in ...
  • Arzu
    3,5 stars
  • Sofia Lazaridou
    First of all, you should be warned about some possible triggers. This book touches the subject of rape and we have an almost rape in the story. If you don't want to read about that, don't touch this book. I decided to change my original 4 star rating to a three because when the time came to write this review the first thing that popped into my mind was Joel and how much I disliked his character. I also didn't like the back and forth in some aspec...
  • Skylar
    Anytime I read a series that has a detective, security, or some other agency, I'm expecting a lot of creative license, OTT alphaness, and hokey parts throughout. This book was so different. I was really surprised. Nathan is the tall lanky Anderson brother. He didn't serve in the military. ( I found this rather shocking, I expected the word "seal" written in all caps at least 15 times in the first chapter.) He's quite the self deprecating nerd. H...
  • The Romance Book Disciple (Samantha)
    A nerdy, sexually less experienced man and a former gang whore collide in Claiming Bailey. Nathan is the geekier Anderson brother, more content to stay at the office and crunch numbers and do tech things. Bailey got swept up into the gang life at 14, but when she saw the effect it was having on her young brother, she ran. Bailey's life with the gang is difficult to read about-she was, for all intents and purposes, raped and physically abused. Nat...
  • Laurie Gyd
    Suspenseful & exciting romance Wow!! 9 stars-watching Bailey & Nathan get to know each other, Nathan working on taking down Bailey’s emotional walls, helping her brother Joel overcome the emotional abuse they both suffered at the hands of a gang member, protecting them from the ex who’s out of prison and vowed to hunt her down to hurt her. I loved watching Bailey & Nathan build their relationship, becoming a family, and overcome the fear to l...
  • Christina
    3.5 Stars - 3 Flames I feel like I've been waiting a while to read this third installment. I mean, we've all been wondering where Donovan's ex-girlfriend was and what she was like, right? Well...we certainly find out. Nathan is the last of the triplets we get to read about. He's the self proclaimed nerd who has always felt as though he was the third wheel or the one who always needed saving. Now that his brothers have found their soulmates and ar...
  • Alison
    5 Holding your breath until the end stars!!!I was given this book in turn for an honest review.Bailey was a mystery, and Nathan was determined to breakdown her walls. Given the looming threat of the Inca Boyz, Bailey must keep herself and her brother safe. Will she let Nathan in? Will they ever break free from the imminent threat of the Inca Boyz?Susan Stoker has brought us an array of characters, characters we love from the moment we meet them. ...
  •  Reading In Pajamas
    Review: CLAIMING BAILEY (Ace Security Book 3) by Susan Stoker Date: December 5, 2017Genre: Romantic SuspenseReviewed by: Reading in Pajamas/ Donna Rated 4.5 StarsI loved this installment in the Ace Security series. Bailey was reeling from bad life decisions that seemed insurmountable until she meets Nathan. I liked that he wasn’t some musclebound Adonis, but rather a geeky math whiz. It made him so appealing ...
  • Julie (Jewls Book Blog)
    3.5 starsI found this book difficult to get into. Bailey and Nathan’s past abuse was..intense is the only word I can think of. There is dark subject matter Stoker handles with aplomb, yet I struggled to connect to the story. The romance was understandably slow-paced, yet written with enough nuances for Nathan and Bailey to bare themselves to the other literally- and figuratively speaking-later on in the book. Although the heaviness of the topic...
  • Marie Brown (Marie's Tempting Reads)
    Marie's Tempting Reads ARC Review:Claiming Bailey was WONDERFUL! Nathan our hero, is completely different than his brothers but his differences were something that I found pretty...HOT! He is soft spoken, sweet, not as muscular as his brothers, but smart and just as protective and wonderfully caring. He fit Bailey who is beautiful, tattooed, and who is determined to protect her brother from her mistakes that she made in the past. I found her to b...
  • Kimberly / Love Notes Book Blog
    2.75 stars. This book did not really work for me. This is Nathan and Bailey's story. Bailey is on the run from her ex-boyfriend, the leader of a dangerous gang. He abused her and, when he started to do the same to her younger brother, who she has guardianship of, she took him and ran. Now she is hiding out in a small town, hoping her past doesn't catch up to her. Nathan runs a security company with his triplet brothers. They are big, strong men, ...
  • Pelusa Rivera
    This was the third book in this series..Aaand I have to say I was a little let down, maybe it was that I was excited and probably set myself up expecting more. I had liked Claiming Alexis and was intrigued by Nathan actually all the brothers but, since he was the quiet one ad not a fighter as the other two I wanted to see how he would be able to take care of someone, especially with her background. So as I mentioned I set myself up. I didn't get ...
  • Jara Beaubien
    Before I say anything about the book, I want to say that how Susan Stoker described the issues that befell Bailey is spot on, we all have done some things we are not proud of, but this gal had more courage then a lot of people I know, all she had to do is to let go of her past and live for the present and future.Bailey Hampton decided to do whatever she could do to keep herself and her brother safe from the gang Inca Boyz gang. Even if it meant t...
  • Ginny Pearson
    Wow!!! An amazing story of love, courage, and strength!!! Bailey got herself hooked in a gang at an early age. She was looking for acceptance and guidance. Unfortunately, she ended up in the wrong one. When the leader, Donovan, started dragging her little brother into bad things, she knew they needed to escape. Nathan may be a triplet with Blake and Logan, he was nothing like them. He was the geek while they were the muscles and he was fine with ...
  • Trish R.
    I think Nathan has got to be my favourite brother out of this triplets. I kind of dig that Susan Stoker made him Star Wars loving nerdy geek, I also appreciate that he's not all buffed with six-packs and abs of steel like his brothers. He's lanky and slender but with some muscle definition ... so hurry for the regular looking guys! I also like Bailey ... I kind of like her more than the previous 2 heroines. How gratifying is it to have an author ...
  • Vickie Chaisson
    Claiming Bailey a 5 star read!!!This book has checked all the boxes great characters, romance, intrigue, loyalty to family, and one of the best HEA endings of 2017. Susan Stoker rules when it comes to difficult relationships being built on heartache and pain. Her character development is so detailed and intense you can't help but love the heroes and truly dislike the bad guys. In Claiming Bailey you have 3 main characters all with hurt and pain i...
  • Cali Jewel
    Emotionally gripping, action packed, intriguing and thrilling romantic adventure that will keep you turning the pages with lingering anticipation to the very end. Loved it! Ace Security’s Nathan Anderson is the self proclaimed nerd of the brothers, it takes finding Bailey Hampton to prove to himself that he does have an Alpha protective side just like his brothers. Bailey is as girl on the run looking to get her brother out of a bad situation a...
  • Candy Laine
    Last book in the series, or so I thought. Well the geeky Anderson brother manages not only to find the elusive Bailey, but also charm his way into her good graces. It was an intense book with Bailey dealing with a number of self esteem issues stemming from her time with the Gang of Inca Boyz. Her relationship with her brother, Joel comes across as very true and vulnerable. Nathan helps her deal with everything from her own negative self talk to p...
  • Tonya Peterson
    Letting the past goNathan is the geek of the the triplets but probably the smartest. And for months he has been obsessing over finding Bailey the ex of the gang. One day while at the store his precious car wouldnt start and a lady came up behind him and fixed it. And when she was done she gave him a card which he read after she left BAILEY! From that time on he wanted nothing more than to protect her and joel her brother. But when things got to q...
  • Avid Reader
    Claiming Bailey (Ace Security #3) by Susan Stoker4.5 starsM/F Thriller RomanceTriggers: Gang affiliation, Stalking, attempted murder, rapeI was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.Bailey is hiding in plain sight. She knows that she needs to keep her brother safe from her old gang, the Inca Boyz. Joel is her younger brother and she knew that Donovan was trying to groom Joel to become like him. When her past comes back to stalk her...
  • Carrie
    Intensely GoodLove Bailey & Nathan! From their first meeting, the sense of friendship is clear. The way they fall in love made me smile...even while Bailey's painful past brought me to tears. Her brother's role in her putting herself back together, & Nathan's role in helping them both heal, highlight the sense of family. And the surprises at the end... LOVED IT!!! : )
  • Bobbie
    Loved it!Have read the other two books in this series, and this one tops them all for me. I loved Bailey and Nathan, and Joel worked his way into my heart also. Great story, good plot, and so much fun to read. Claiming Bailey by Susan Stoker is the third book in her Ace Security . Nathan is the nerd brother of the Ace Security team whose goal is to help protect people being a abused. While investigating other case of abuse, Nathan learns about Ba...
  • Stephanie Villere
    Claiming BaileyThis is Claiming Bailey, book 3 of Susan Stoker’s series Ace Security. Nathan Anderson has always felt like so much less than his brothers. Now it’s time for Nate to step forward and be the leading man he was meant to be. Can Nate save Bailey from her demons? Will Bailey be able to forget her past? This one is a nail biter!
  • Kari Hansen
    Bailey was the girlfriend of the leader of the Inca Boys. When he ended up in jail it was her opportunity to leave the gang and her abusive ex behind her before she and her brother ended up dead or he coerced her brother into becoming part of the gang.Nathan is computer nerd in the security company he owns with his brothers. They have been after the Inca boys and have been looking for Bailey but Nathan never expected to meet her in a parking lot ...
  • Davia
    Soooo Awesome!I was a little skeptical about Bailey from the last book and the history of the Inca boys made me wonder. Susan did a fantastic job creating a woman who made a teenage angst mistake and grew up and made better choices when it was time. Nathan could not have been a more wonderful match for Bailey. He is a math geek and she is an auto mechanic. Yet they have a respect for each other many couples can learn from. Bravo Susan! Another fa...
  • Cathy
    "Claiming Bailey" by Susan Stoker. This is book three of the Ace Security Series. Finally, we get Nathan's story. I love Nathan - he's such a nerd but he's oh so sexy too. I liked Bailey too. Despite her past, she is a good person and her and Nathan are so sweet together. Ms. Stoker brings the story to life and creates such emotions and drama that keeps the reader turning each page eagerly. Having read the first two books of the series and truly ...
  • Lisa B. Lovely
    This book melted my heart and made me smile with overwhelming joy at the same time. I absolutely adored Nathan and Bailey, throw in Joel and the main characters were off the charts amazing. This book hit a lot of chords for me personally and these characters felt like good friends talking directly to me about not letting the past define who I am today. I needed to hear that (or read it at any rate). I frequently learn new things from Susan Stoker...