Baby, Don't Go
Rule One: Don't Let Him In When photographer Nick Coltrane saunters into Daisy Parker's office, all she sees is the man who broke her heart nine years ago. Never mind that he wants to hire her as his bodyguard—ah, security specialist—or that her fledgling company desperately needs the cash flow.... show more
Rule One: Don't Let Him In When photographer Nick Coltrane saunters into Daisy Parker's office, all she sees is the man who broke her heart nine years ago. Never mind that he wants to hire her as his bodyguard—ah, security specialist—or that her fledgling company desperately needs the cash flow. She'd once broken her own rules, only to watch his sexy self go running for the door. Providing round-the-clock protection for him now is out of the question ... right? Rule Two: Always Be Able To Walk Away Nick needs Daisy around to keep the hired thugs that are out for his blood from actually getting it. If he can make amends for the way he screwed up nine years ago in the process, then so much the better. Except time has done nothing to dull the memory of how Daisy once rocked his world off its axis and her cocky attitude and mouthwatering curves still have the power to turn his brain to mush. Well, that doesn't mean Nick can't handle living hand-in-glove with the one woman he's been obsessed with for years. Yeah. Sure he can. Some Rules Were Made To be Broken In the city by the bay, two people who once were friends and used to be lovers will discover if love and trust can come from a passion that breaks every rule.
Publish date: May 2nd 2000
Pages no: 357
Edition language: English
Series: Baby (#3)
Lots of suspension of disbelief here. That wasn't what brought my rating down though. I felt like the book couldn't decide if it wanted to be smart banter sexytime (yay) or descend into cheesy 80s romance language. It just had a bit of a split personality for me.
Very entertaining. Part of a series but stands alone well as it's own book. Read With Me: Baby, Don't Go
This is the second of the "Baby" series that I've read. It is similar to the first in that the entire premise is improbable and ridiculous. But did I care? Not one bit. The writing was great so I tucked my disbelief into a side pocket and enjoyed the ride. I loved the interplay between the hero ...
I really liked Nick. At first he seems self-absorbed and shallow, but it isn't long before we realize there's more depth to him than that. As the story wore on, I felt he really grew. I especially like that he admitted his feelings first. I also really liked Daisy. Not many authors could write a lik...