- File Size: 457 KB
- Print Length: 179 pages
- Publisher: CWC Publishing; 1 edition (December 16, 2010)
- Publication Date: December 16, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004GKMPSK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #550,875 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Her Secret Bodyguard Kindle Edition
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This book had more profanity and was steamier than STILL WATERS, although I've seen much worse. In the short 179 pages, there must have been well over two dozen curse words. I was turned off at the beginning when the analogy of criminal activities danced through Blake's head "like sugarplums." Misha Crews usually has a much better command of the language than this, and the quality of her writing has always been one of her strengths. I had a hard time liking Blake in the beginning, but, the more I read, the more I warmed to her. Caleb was lovable all the way, although I failed understand why he didn't tell Blake he was brought there to protect her before he did. I had who hired the agency to protect Blake and who was trying to kill her figured out from their introductions, but this didn't spoil anything for me. I like being able to do this early in the story and then see if I'm correct. Near the end, there were some very abrupt point of view changes with no indications and some all-knowing comments, like "`Nobody knows we're here.' But he was wrong about that. Outside in the darkness two figures crouched low...." Using "this" for "his" and "he" for "the" may have been scanning errors.
Despite the small array of problems, I liked the story. I think Misha Crews has talent as a writer. I just wished she would clean up her writing some. Still, even the love scenes are not as distasteful to me as many other romances. After reading two very different books of hers, I would read more.
had a couple scenes, and they weren't overdone, it felt natural. I started this book a day ago and I'm
finished now, which is sad. I wanted to actually stay in this world longer, as my hometown isn't half as exciting
as this world. I can't tell how many pages it was either, only locations on Kindle to PC for some reason.
I admit, I didn't know if I'd like it at first. The main character sounded like a flingy woman always having
affairs, but as I got to know her, I started seeing holes in that reasoning. Later on, the truth is revealed
about that. Our other main character Caleb is well...To quote the book 'greek god meets cowboy.' Favorite line,
hands down. If you're looking for pulsating action adventure scenes, this probably won't fit. If you like
Romance with some suspense though, this is it. It does however need a little more editing, but if some messed up words here and there don't bother you, then this is a good book for you.