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on February 17, 2014
I was impressed with the twist of the story line. But I was a bit disappointed in the end. Not enough information to wrap things up. I a very curious as to whether or not Lucas will be working with Sloane will be with Lucas in more stories, hope so love the interaction between the characters.
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on April 5, 2014
Now i like a series where the women are combat trained can kick butt and have a nice junk of hunk to love!
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on March 6, 2011
The book went to fast. There is that much action through out the whole book before I knew it I was at the end.. Now one thing with Shannon's books are she likes to have overarching stories that span several books in addition to the single story that is wrapped up at the end of that novel. She also has alot of characters that you get their POV from in the book (these are all characters you will see again in future books). For some that may be hard to keep up with the constant changing of POV but that has never bothered me as a reader and the way Shannon writes it easy to keep up.
Looking forward to the next book in this series..
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on March 20, 2013
I enjoyed this book. Like Shannon Butcher's writing and have read this entire series. Waiting for the new one to come out.
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on May 13, 2011
I usually like Shannon Butcher, but this was just bad. By the time I got to the end I was extremely disappointed. I have several of her other books on Kindle, and I was looking forward to this one since it was touted as having a strong female lead. Wow. No. The main character is a hard core gun for hire with some serious daddy issues. Well she was until this guy she's met for about a day tricks her into speaking ONCE with her father. Who she now loves again even though her entire life has been one long string of her hating him. One little talk with several other people looking on and she's ready to fly into his arms and forgive everything. Since it's so played up how horrible he was to her I'd at least expect her to say that they could catch up over coffee or something once her possibly dead friend was taken care of. Ease into it and try to build a relationship. If it hadn't been mentioned and prodded into oblivion throughout the entire book this wouldn't have been such an issue for me. Suspension of belief and all that. But it's a pivotal plot point, and it makes zero sense that the second half of the book would happen the way it does.

And this career that she loves and makes her the strong independent woman she is at the beginning of the book? Well forget it! She's quitting and moving to a rural farm town to be with the man she loves. The man who fixed her relationship with her father. The man she's know for less than a week. And did I mention that he's pretty close to being exactly like her father? Yeah, this girl needs a shrink and her concealed and carry license revoked.

The rest of the book is a lot of inner dialog from the two characters as they plod through the jungle by themselves even though both have access to what amounts to their own mini militias, who they call in at the last minute anyway. Why you ask? Yeah me too.
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the Edge is a private security firm in Dallas owned by Sloan's friend, Bella Bayne. Sloane is trying to rescue her friend, Gina, from Lorenzo Soma, a crime lord. Her estranged father sends Lucas to bring her home, but she refuses, so he helps her find Gina along with a couple of other men her father sends & Sloane's friend at the Edge.
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