The Hero and the Hacktivist (Standalone in Pippa’s world)
by Pippa Grant (Author)
This review is from: November 4, 2018 By Kay Daniels (Kindle Edition-Goodreads)
Eloise and Rhett are one of my favorite funny book couples. Right from the start I was laughing out loud, but I was also drawn into the passion and dedication that they both have everything they put an effort into. I had so many favorite lines in this book, so many LOL moments, just so many of everything it’s easy to say I loved The Hero and the Hacktivist.
Rhett Elliott, an American hero SEAL, also known as Parker’s brother and now Knox’s brother-in-law (which up until now their story has been my favorite Pippa Grant book-check it out if you haven’t-it’s hilarious and oh so good!). Like a good brother, Rhett is attending their wedding when he is propositioned by Eloise, Parker’s bandmate and current bridesmaid. The moment is hilarious and I found myself snort-laughing through the entire “seduction”. I fell in instalove with both characters right out of the socially awkward-passion filled gate. The story barely begins, we have an instant connection, but Eloise never goes back for more after she’s had a taste and no matter what she does to shake Rhett for most of the book, for very good reason, he sticks around. She fights justice in her own way, but it unfortunately it puts a target on her back for some very bad people to come after her. It’s a good thing a certain SEAL can’t seem to get over her quirkiness, nor get over his huge…ego or hero complex when it comes to helping people even when they don’t want it.
Eloise and Rhett appear like opposites when you see them together, but they are more alike than anyone would have ever realized as they spend more time together. Can two heroes who fight for justice work together when they fight in very different ways?