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Over the Line (The Bodyguards, Book 4) Mass Market Paperback – May 30, 2006
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“Gerard has done an excellent job capturing the same blend of action and lust that powered her first book in this series, To the Edge. Though reading the books in order is a plus, this is one tale that can stand on its own. The characters are riveting, the action fast-paced, and the storyline superbly created. This is a great tale that lets you appreciate the slower pace of your own life while reveling in the adventures of the heroine.”—Fresh Fiction on To The Limit
“A real page turner with wonderful chemistry between our two main characters…readers will be drawn into the story.”—Romance Designs on To The Limit
“This second book in Gerard’s ‘The Bodyguard’ series is even better than the first, To the Edge…taut, suspenseful…filled with action, sizzling sex scenes, and fascinating settings and situations.”—Romance Reader’s Connection on To The Limit
“Engaging…as always the action keeps rolling along, the interaction and dialogue is swift and cutting, and the romance is oh so satisfying to witness. Kudos for Cindy; she’s done it again. A definite keeper!”—A Romance Review on To The Limit
“Edgy, exciting, and sexy with two fabulous lead characters and a cleverly done mystery. This story doesn’t just sizzle, it blazes.”—Romance Reader at Heart on To The Limit
“Edgy and intense, this tale of romance, danger, and past regrets is a keeper.”
—RT BOOKclub Magazine on To the Edge
“Passion. Danger. Excitement...Cindy Gerard delivers top notch sizzle.”
—Cherry Adair, USA Today bestselling author of On Thin Ice on To The Edge
”A tense, sexy story filled with danger...romantic suspense at its best.”
—Kay Hooper, New York Times bestselling author on To The Edge
”Heart-thumping thrills, sleek sensuality, and unforgettable characters. I have one word for Nolan Garrett. Yum!”
—Vicki Lewis Thompson, New York Times bestseller of The Nerd Who Loved Me on To The Edge
From the Back Cover
Bestselling author Cindy Gerard continues her scintillating romantic suspense series featuring an elite team of bodyguards who are strong, sensuous, and absolutely unstoppable…
WHEN EVERY FRIENDLY FACE COULD MASK A KILLER…
"Sweet Baby Jane" Perkins has carved out a mega-selling reputation as rock's favorite bad girl. But her hard-living, tough-talking image can't prevent the sharp dose of reality that hit home when her estranged mother is killed in a car accident. As bizarre coincidences escalate in her own life, Janey grows certain that someone is watching her every move, and it's not one of her adoring fans…
THE ONLY PERSON SHE CAN TRUST…
Since leaving the Army Rangers six months ago, Jason Wilson has been adrift, a warrior without a war. Now he's taken his first civilian assignment for his army buddy's security firm: protecting a rock diva on her sold-out tour. Far from being a spoiled star, Janey is a revelation―sweet, modest, and incredibly sexy. Their friendship is turning to mutual, heated desire, but it's a distraction that could cost them more than their hearts…
MAY BE A PERFECT STRANGER.
Drawn into the depths of a deadly secret, they'll face off against a killer growing more ruthless every day, and Jase will discover just how far he'll go to protect an explosive passion he never expected…
"Crackles with sexual tension, dark drama, and thrills."
--RT BOOKclub Magazine on To the Limit
"Outstanding…an excellent second outing in this series."
--Rendezvous on To the Limit
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I left Jase "Plowboy" Wilson's and Sweet Baby Jane's romance for the end because I wasn't really sure what to make of it since none of the Garrett family members is involved. I won't bother anybody who reads my comments with a summary of the plot since many others have done so perfectly well, just let me tell you that I really enjoyed this book!
The chemistry between the two main characters was great, the sex sizzling (as only Gerard manages) and I very much liked the brief follow-ups on the Garrett brothers.
However, there were some weak points in this book. Sometimes I thought that there were too many sub-characters involved that made the plot slightly chaotic. I also thought that the motive behind the chase and attacks on Sweet Baby Jane were a bit naive and even worse was the fact that an ex-special ops and decorated U.S. Army Ranger (=Jase) didn't perceive earlier that Sweet Baby Jane was tracked.
Never mind and in any case this was a very nice read, with a lot of suspense and a gripping love story between two very likeable people. I can only recommend this and all the other books from the series.
I was happy to know that Jason Wilson would get his story told. I liked him when I first met him on Nolan's book (To The Edge) and he didn't disappoint in his book. I liked that there was more to the drunken and beaten Army Ranger Nolan had to save. I liked that he fell down but stood up again. I liked that he joined E.D.E.N and that we got to have this book.
Janey, the sweet rockstar… I liked her too but it took me half of the book to warm up to her. Luckily she was not one of those heroines that know they need to be careful but put themselves in danger and are TSTL.
And Jason and Janey as a couple were adorable. I liked how it all started as attraction-at-first-sight but as they got to know each other, they become more. It never felt that it had only passed a couple of weeks because their relationship growth felt natural.
So what bothered me? The suspense aspect WAS TOO MUCH and not in a good way. There were many things going on, many suspects, so much DRAMA. Poor Janey, I wonder why she never had a break down. I would've after all that happened.
Everything would've been perfect if only ONE plot had been explored throughout the whole book. But no, there had to be ALL THESE THINGS GOING ON.
Reminder: Less is more.
What I liked about 'Over the Line' was the romance aspect and Jason Wilson. He was a pleasure to read. The main suspense plot was interesting, I did not see the person behind it and loved that element of surprise but every other suspense plot was TOO MUCH. It was exhausting and that definitely made me enjoy less the book.
P.S. It was a little weird to read a story without the Garrets taking center stage. I've gotten so used to them in the last three books that I felt something was missing from the story (them) even when they did have some cameos throughout the story and the epilogue.