- File Size: 1210 KB
- Print Length: 291 pages
- Publisher: Entangled: Ignite (November 9, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 9, 2015
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B016VJ6SYA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #591,920 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is a romantic suspense with a sexy cop, a reluctant heroine and a whole lot of chemistry.
A slightly conservative pre-school teacher who has an aversion to dating cops, she refuses to get involved with them at all.
An undercover cop who finds himself wanting to get involved with her even though he knows why she doesn't want anything to do with cops.
It had everything I was looking for and then some. The story flows well, is well written and edited and definitely piqued my interest in the authors other works.
While this is the first book I've read by this author, it will not be the last. I've added her to my must read authors' list. This one is a must read for romantic suspense fans.
Mary Alice has had it with loving cops. She lost her uncle early in life; then three years ago, she’d lost her fiance Jack and then, a few weeks later, her dad. It’s too hard to live a man who might not come home. Luckily, she’s got her handy dandy life plan to follow for happiness and believe me, not being a cop is high on her list of qualifications for her life partner. But a road construction worker? That’s who she’s been ogling the last few days? Really?
Has it come to this?
Russell Bridger knows better than to mix business with pleasure–especially in undercover surveillance. But when his boss tells him he’s got to get into Mary Alice’s house so he can watch her neighbor Charlie, he’s got no choice. He can’t give away his real identity, so he’s got to flirt and pretend to want a relationship as Bridge the construction worker. Unfortunately pretending comes easily since he’s actually very attracted to her–too much, really. What’s he going to do when things heat up? When she finds out the truth, she’s going to kill him.
And he knows he’s not good enough for her, especially since his mother had made him promise that as long as he was a cop, he wouldn’t get involved with a woman and break her heart if he got killed. His mother’s stress over his dad’s job had caused her stroke–he just knew it.
In Ms Bruhns’s hands, this “learn to let go” romance runs the gamut of emotions, taking the reader on a rollercoaster ride of sad then mad then glad with a couple of stops in between for some lusciously hot sex and some suspenseful scenes that fooled even me! Great new romance I really enjoyed reading–thanks!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Mary Alice has a rule she follows. No cops! Her favorite uncle, her fiancée, and finally her father were all cops. They were killed. Because of this, she wants nothing do with cops. This is understandable and completely honest on her part. After losing that many loved ones, I probably wouldn’t want nothing to do with cops again either.
Bridge is undercover. He needs Mary Alice to offer up her home to him so he can spy on her neighbor. Unfortunately he gets close to Mary Alice while pretending to be someone he’s not. When she does find out he’s a cop, the situation isn’t pretty and they both have to find a way to work together. What they don’t count on is falling in love with each other. But falling in love is only half the battle. Bridge has a promise to keep and Mary Alice is scared to death of losing another person she loves.
“Death could find you anytime, anywhere.”
The emotions felt real and the characters were interesting. A solid 4 stars.
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