- File Size: 681 KB
- Print Length: 144 pages
- Publisher: Caldwell Publishing (January 20, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 20, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NH52CEO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,231,392 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Betrayal (Sea Assassins Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Well, naturally you drag his fine @ss home. Especially when he promises to pay you in sex-- I mean money. Sometimes my mind likes to make up its own scenarios.
"Rule number one when inviting a possible criminal into your home was to not kiss them, no matter how hot they were."
Just to be clear - she kisses him.
Gabriel was just the hero I love! He was sometimes gruff - sometimes sarcastic. But the most important part was that he was pretty darn hot.
Darcy was an every-day girl just trying to get by, and trying to afford her sister's college - so when Gabriel offers her money to let him stay until he's healed, she can't refuse the offer.
They banter, and have a really cute dynamic. Until Darcy realizes there's something amiss with this man healing from a leg wound way faster than normal.
Interesting and original, Betrayal was a really cute, no-nonsense romance with some paranormal elements involved. Recommend if you're looking for a shorter, faster read with little to no drama!
But I've never read anyone who can blend that kind of sexual chemistry with actual laugh-out-loud humor like Danielle Hardgrave.
I loved the first two books of Hardgrave's Unnatural Alliances series, which mix vampires, werewolves, Norse mythology, and an absolutely crackling sense of humor. In Betrayal, the first book of the Sea Assassins Trilogy, Hardgrave takes the idea of sexy shifters and runs with it... all the way into the ocean.
The book opens with Darcy Davis stumbling across an injured, naked, and (natch) super hot man on an isolated stretch of beach. Darcy, of course, does what any of us would do: She calls him "flotsam" and pulls out her cell phone to get an ambulance up in there..until he offers to pay her enough money to cover the tuition costs for her younger sister.
Darcy and Gabriel - the mysterious, naked man - are such convincing and realistic characters that, by the time Gabriel is forced to reveal his true identity as a shape-shifting shark assassin, it seems totally plausible. And the chemistry between them is so palpable that I cheered out loud when the lights finally went out (even if it was because a storm knocked out the electricity).
Add in the dozen or so lines that made me snort laughter over my Kindle, and you have the kind of book that kept making my husband look at me and say, "What the heck are you reading?"
To which I could happily respond: "Shape-shifting shark assassin romance."
And it's every bit as delicious as it sounds.
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First off I thought the book would be about a woman who was betrayed. Normally it is!Read more
I really enjoyed the blurb and couldnt wait to read it. It was really easy to read and kept my attention.Read more