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Out Of Control (McClouds & Friends Book 3) by [McKenna, Shannon]
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"This is romantic suspense at its best!" ---RT Book Reviews

About the Author

Shannon McKenna is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous books, including In For the Kill, Fatal Strike, and Behind Closed Doors. Since she was small she has loved abandoning herself to the magic of a good book.

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  • File Size: 1207 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington Books (April 13, 2006)
  • Publication Date: April 1, 2006
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000GCFC4Q
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #468,210 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I just love the little "club" of friends and family that Shannon McKenna has created with the Mackey/McCloud/FBI crowd. But you better really love rough, tough, alpha males with occasional jerk tendencies or you'll likely not enjoy her books. This one is about eldest McCloud brother Davy, stoic, cool and deadly, former military, martial arts expert and private investigator.

Davy had to grow up quick when his mother died when he was only ten and his already unstable Vietnam vet, survivalist father then declined into full-out paranoid mental illness by the time he was 14. Add to that three younger brothers to raise and you get a man who needs to be in control and is reluctant to show weakness or emotion - to anyone. But ever since he spotted Margo Vetter teaching aerobics in the gym next door to his dojo, he has been practically obsessed with her. She's gorgeous, sexy and not what she's pretending to be. Being a PI, his first instinct was to do a background check on her and what he found made him more than suspicious. Why is she using a fake name and dying her hair? Though he tries to avoid and forget about her, he can't stop noticing her. And his brother Sean is no help when he intentionally sends Margo to Davy for advice on how to deal with a stalker. Davy can't not help her - it's just not in him to leave a woman in trouble hanging no matter how many questions he has about her.

Margot Vetter's life has taken a major slide downhill in the past 8 months. Framed for a murder she did not commit, she's now forced to assume a fake identity, dye her hair and leave her comfortable California home, webdesign business and life behind. She's barely scraping by, working three jobs, living in a dump. The last thing she needs is a stalker!
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Ms. McKenna has created one of my favorite sets of brothers. The McCloud brothers are sensitive, sexy, and talented in saving their lady in danger. This is Davy's story and it's red hot and fast paced!

Margot has a problem. A big problem her ex-boyfriend has been murdered and she has been set to take the fall. On top of that she's on the run from a stalker (boyfriends killer) and has no idea what the yahoo looks like or more importantly what he wants. Desperate and running out of options she seeks Davy McCloud's help. She has been watching this sexy ex-P.I. for several days he is more yummy up close. Their attraction is instant and out of control. But will he realize that he cares more for the sassy Margot than he thinks or will a killer get to her before he has a chance to come to terms with his feelings?

Davy McCloud is the oldest of the McCloud brothers and he takes his job of watching out for his brothers seriously. When sexy Margot comes to him with a request for help he can't turn his back on her. She speaks to him in a way that no woman ever has. When snakey the sicko stalker ups the ante he is there watching out for Margot and falling a little harder. Will he be able to protecter her and his heart or will he loose one or the other?

Davy and Margot are both strong characters and this shows in their growing attraction and relationship. Neither is going to back down. Ms. McKenna has created another wonderfully diabolical evil guy and readers will be glued to the pages in order to see what this guy will do next, and what Davy will do in order to keep Margot out of his clutches. This is a fast paced read, and several of old friends from her previous books make a come back so to speak. This is one read that I feel more than comfortable recommending you add to your summer reading list.
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Davy McCloud and Margo Vetter are a wonderful pair. Both have alot of baggage to sort through in order to be together. The erotic scenes are frequent and sometimes rough, but it only adds to the story. Another well done thriller in the series.
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I wanted to like this one. I really did. I've been wanting to read Davy's story since he came out of the inky darkness dressed all in black outside that strip club, in Connor's story. I couldn't wait to tear into him but when I read it, Davy became a mean, bad tempered, angst ridden, clueless male who is unfortunately saddled with an annoying heroine who brought out all his flaws.

Davy is completely clueless when it comes to figuring out women. Weird, huh, for someone who is able to read women during sex and give them screaming orgasms. He really thinks he can just set up an arrangement with Margot, trading sex for protection. He doesn't understand why she gets upset and tells him to just get a call girl. It's the same thing, but he doesn't see it that way. He wants Margot, just without all the complications of a relationship. He's got kind of a temper problem, which could be misconstrued as a self control problem. He's always grabbing Margot, yelling at her or telling her to shut up. I did a complete 180 on liking him. I went from really wanting to jump in the sack with him to kind of, eh.

Margot is not much better. She's running from this insane stalker and just trying to get her life back. She should be a sympathetic character but instead, eh. Davy comes on waaay too strong in the beginning and while I understood her reticence, after awhile I just wanted her to capitulate so the story would move on and be over. She's really stressed out, so I want to forgive her, but she has the unfortunate tendency to pick and pick and pick and pick and pick........ She never lets anything go. She and Davy would be having an argument and then she would just have to rub things in his face to get things started again. Annoying. She's got sexual hangups too and it irritated me to no end.
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