- File Size: 1268 KB
- Print Length: 179 pages
- Publisher: F Squared, LLP (December 10, 2019)
- Publication Date: December 10, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07WT6DCWZ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,981 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Bo is the son of her client and also happens to be in second position on their suspect list. He comes across as arrogant which rubs Sunday the wrong way but there is so much more to the man than his demeanor. When they find themselves working together the heat between them escalates but is Bo an ally or the enemy?
It is always fun to catch up with the characters we know and love from this series. Witty banter, hot chemistry and all the feels as Sunday and Bo search for the culprit and find each other.
I love the Iron Ladies!
Sunday and Bo are great together! She works with Bo to find corruption in his mother’s company. This story is action packed with suspense, powerful women, romance and twists and turns that keep you reading to see what happens next! I couldn’t put it down! I absolutely love all the Iron Orchids Ladies! I can’t wait for the next book in this series!
I have read several Danielle Norman books and always find them to be fun reads. The ladies are independent, sassy and tough as nails! There is some crossover between all the Iron series characters. We get a little suspense while the ladies solve their case as well. Always looking forward to her next book.
This was is a book and a series that I highly recommend!
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Sweet Vengeance tells Sunday Prescott’s story where she grows from a quiet, behind the scenes computer genius to an assertive woman who uses her voice to speak her mind. I really loved Sunday’s character. She’s the kind of person who is naturally more introverted but still very present, even when it appears she’s busy working away on the computer. It goes to show that the loudest person in the room isn’t the only one paying attention.
Bennett Camden, or as he likes to be called, Bo, is a man who was raised by wealthy parents. He shares some similarities with stereotypical rich men, he’s authoritative and entitled, but he also shows that the privilege of money isn’t everything it’s dreamt to be.
Sunday and Bo’s relationship really kicks off when they agree to survey Bo’s father on a business trip. After agreeing to work together, Bo and Sunday find themselves in close quarters and interesting situations.
This book doesn’t have as much action or angst as many of Danielle Norman’s other books. One thing I would have liked to see with the book, as more relationship development between Sunday and Bo. They meet on the day Sunday begins helping out Bo’s mother. Then the next day they take off on their surveillance trip and are only gone for four days. The entirety of the book seems to span two weeks and in that time Sunday and Bo don’t really do the whole ‘getting to know you gig’. It’s kind of zero to sixty and that’s that.
I’m interested to see what happens with Connor Reid and Olivia, as well as Melanie and Barrett Huxley.