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89 of 94 people found the following review helpful
on September 21, 2012
I think this might be my favorite series from Lisa Renee Jones so far. There's something about the way she writes hot alpha males - super hot and uber protective and the brothers of Walker Security are absolutely that. I think I swooned more than once reading these books. I love the chemistry between all the characters and how you really find yourself wanting to know more about them as the books progress. I bought these books separately, but after reading each one, I couldn't wait for the next. They all stand alone well, but are better read as a series. Maybe Lisa can have a long-lost brother pop up at some point so the series can continue!!
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69 of 76 people found the following review helpful
on January 6, 2013
I had avoided this series for the longest time beacuse the title and covers looked a bit "trashy." I was pleasantly surprised when I finally read them. The series contains well-written chracters with suspenceful plots that keep you wanting to read more. And the price?? You can't beat it for 3 books! I went on to purchase book #4 "Beneath the Covers" part 1. I really hate it when authors do that. I don't want to pay 99 cents for part 1 and then have to WAIT to read more. I would much rather pay $5.00 for the entire book all at once. If you want to write your book in parts, isn't that what the "Kindle serials" option is for? Of couse, she has me hooked so I will be "patiently" waiting for part 2!
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful
on January 19, 2013
This was a great story and I enjoyed all the books in the set. I would recommend these books. I can't wait for the next book in the series.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on March 7, 2013
Have read 2 of the 3 stories in this trilogy. Enjoyed the first 2 and am looking forward to the 3rd book. Another great trilogy. Would highly recommend if you like happy endings
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on March 6, 2013
This was a great story and I enjoyed all the books in the set. I would recommend these books. I can't wait for the next book in the series.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on January 26, 2013
Don't get me wrong---for the price of $0.99 you can't go wrong with this box set. Pretty well written and kept my interest. However, after I read all 3 of them I just felt that it was basically the same story line--with just different main character names. Maybe I'm not used to this type of series, which is entirely possible. I would still recommend them for the price and I did like reading them. I didn't like that the next 'story' is being released in parts--requiring one to purchase each part AND wait in between. I will wait until they are all out. I don't like not knowing how things will end :)
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on October 6, 2012
Very strong characters and a well developed plot not to mention the sexual tention was spicy. Can't wait for the next book.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on March 9, 2013
This was everything I have come to expect from Jones! I highly recommend!! And anything else from this exceptional author!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on March 8, 2013
Yes, I look at the price and content. I wanted something fun and saucy and I got it with this book. I liked all the doms. Some are softer than others but that is what makes it interesting.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on May 14, 2013
This book is about the three Walker brothers who all had their own careers but left them and created a security firm.

Book 1, "Hot Secrets"
This is Royce Walker's story, a former FBI agent, who has always been secretly in love with Assistant District Attorney Lauren Reynold. Doing Lauren's father who is a US senator a favor, he starts protecting her without her knowing it. Her father is afraid that if she knew she would refuse protection. Lauren hasn't yet realized that she is being stalked but gradually the threats increase and she is happy that Royce is there to protect her. However, soon she finds out that Royce has been engaged by her father and of course she is devastated and believes that Royce is nothing else than another man who wants to take advantage of her.

Very formulaic suspense romance that doesn't offer any unexpected developments. At certain moments the plot seemed to be rushed and poorly elaborated, clearly not reaching its full potential. However, the main characters were likeable and there was definitely some hot chemistry between them.

Book 2, "Dangerous Secrets"
Julie Harrison, Lauren's best friend (Book 1), is a very successful divorce lawyer, whose present case is Judge Moore's divorce. One day her client's wife bursts into her office, telling her that she knows "things" about her soon-to-be-ex that would put Julie's life in danger. Julie is shocked but right now her biggest problem is how to get back to her home town, where she is a bride's maid to Lauren's wedding. However, everything goes wrong: her flight is cancelled last minute, she feels observed and all of a sudden she bumps into her ex-lover Luke.

Again very formulaic and without any surprises. Julie's "fears" were after some time a bit tiresome, especially because they weren't further elaborated. In general this book, as the previous one, made a very rushed impression. What a pity, because the potential was definitely there.

Book 3 "About secrets exposed"
Well, there are 3 Walker brothers, aren't there? So why is the third book in this box not about the last brother? Especially because he seems to have the most interesting story?!!!

This book was about successful lawyerLindsey Paxton. Although she has achieved a successful verdict of not guilty for her client, who is a sex offender, he rapes and kills another woman only one day after the trial. Lindsey is shattered, she makes a change in her career and starts working for the FBI. However, her father is seriously ill and somebody must run his law firm. Lindsey takes some time off from the agency to contact Mark Reeves, her father's former partner and ask him to run the firm. But he doesn't want to ..... but finally...................

There was nothing special about this last book in the box. The plot was predictable and badly elaborated. Serious characteristics that shaped for instance Lindsey's character and behavior were only implied instead of fleshed out. The villain was completely unexpected, not because the plot was crafted accordingly, but because the author chose to use this specific character, just like that. As if it wouldn't be necessary to introduce and elaborate this trait of the book accordingly.

If you're looking for a pleasurable and thoughtless pastime this might be your choice.
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