- File Size: 1120 KB
- Print Length: 200 pages
- Publisher: Lyrical Shine (April 12, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 12, 2016
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0120AT8HS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #326,014 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tyler is Kurt Gillette's only child, but according to her, she comes second to his football team the San Jose Hawks. Rafe is her fathers head of security and the object of her desire. He is also the man Tyler turns to when the threatening phone calls increase.
When Kurt finally gets involved, his idea is to have Rafe guard Tyler 24/7. While she's excited at the prospect of having unfettered access to Rafe, she knows that Rafe only sees her as a job. But when she starts to seduce him, will he see her as more than a job? And when her stalker amps up his pursuit, will the person be caught in time?
This was a good story. I liked that the romance aspect took its time to gel. I liked that Tyler finally realized that in order for others to love her, she had to learn to love herself and I loved that the stalker wasn't obvious. But once Rafe and Tyler solidified their attraction to each other, the story kind of ends. It also never resolved the daddy/daughter issue that was pretty much the theme of this book. I expected a huge mea culpa scene, but I was left with an apology and a "let's do lunch and talk" ending. Bit of a let down.
After thinking, they are about equal because they are really both sides of the same issue.
I liked the characters, but at the same time they frustrated me.
I liked the chemistry, but it was too late in the book and after a lot of back and forth on the characters.
I felt, rather ironically, that the resolution of the push and pull with them was oddly quick...yet at the same time, it took the whole book to get to it.
I thought the "who" of the stalker situation was obvious enough that it would take a Jr. detective all of an hour to have a top suspect, but at the same time, watching how other people reacter to "both" Tylers was interesting.
See what I mean? I am still not decided.
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This book wasn't too bad: I found the attraction between Tyler and Rafe very intriguing. I liked how they both tried to fight their attraction to each other but miserably failed. Rafe hides his true feelings towards Tyler by being rude and sarcastic towards her: to maintain boundaries and distance. Tyler did annoy me with her daddy issues acting like a spoilt brat but as she starts acknowledging who she actually is as opposed to the person she pretends to be: my annoyance towards her faded into the background. Overall great book and I liked the suspense behind the stalkers identity.
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