- File Size: 502 KB
- Print Length: 224 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Blaze (April 25, 2009)
- Publication Date: May 1, 2009
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0027KRSXI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #702,771 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Siera was annoying, trite, stupid sometimes, and just down right ignorant other times. Siera treated Reece like crap and he was a great guy. He tried to protect her and all she did was give him hell. Now the people that treated her like crap, she paid off. That's backwards for me. Oh and what gets me is she hired protection (Reese) and then wouldn't let the man do his job. Seriously, it's common sense for security to check out your past, present, & future to see where the threat is coming from. I don't know any security type personnel that takes their clients word for whom not to make a suspect or not to investigate. It just felt like Reese let Sierra get away with things too much instead of telling her to go take a hike. She never seemed to soften towards him except when they were in bed. This book felt more like war than a romance.
Sierra wants to forget the issue as she has a dark secret that she prefers to remain buried. However, Belle believes whoever is behind this extortion went a long way to put this together and will not just quit. Belle hires security expert Reece Carter to keep Sierra safe. Reese and Sierra have shared several one night stands and he wants more, but she has doubts as her past has come back to haunt her.
This is an entertaining well written romantic suspense with the mysteries of who is bribing Sierra and what she is hiding from Reese make for a fabulous read. The story line is fast-paced from the opening photo until the climax as Reese refuses to back down one iota in his quest to keep Sierra safe and to know what she conceals. Tawny Weber provides a wonderful whodunit romance.
Sierra Donovan is a special events company co-owner. Someone is sending her pictures generated on a computer which shows her in erotic positions. This scares her and her partner into hiring Reece Carter to find out who is sending them. Then they find out that a picture was sent to the very conservative family values that their company is trying to get a very lucrative contract from. They decide to hire a bodyguard/investigator to uncover who is responsible.
Reece Carter is a security specialist who is a friend of Sierra's partner's husband. Sierra knows Reece because she had a one night stand with him and she doesn't really want him to be the investigator. However they do hire him to find out the truth of who's responsible. He and Sierra conflict over how he is to do his job. Since both are strong willed they have some very serious disagreements because Sierra is trying to tell him what to do and not do.
I didn't hate it but then I didn't go OMG and drool all over it at the end. I liked it. It was a decent read. I enjoyed the story and would recommend it as a good book to read. It wasn't what I would call sweep me off my feet fantastic. OR You must run and and get it now and read it. It was a good story with good characters that I wanted to read about and see how they got their Happily Ever After.
I liked how Sierra and Reece both thought that they were totally wrong for each other but just couldn't stop thinking about the other. I liked that they could go at each other verbally and knew that they weren't being mean but that it was verbal foreplay.
I was a little confused with the tormentor behind the stalking. I think it could have had a little more depth to it. You kind of get an idea that maybe it was this person but you didn't know why. It was explained and kind of hastily wrapped up in my opinion. It was just a little to humph for me. Like that explains anything.
In the end I will probably keep reading Tawny's books. I enjoyed them and they gave me the escape I was looking for.