Micah Sloane knows almost everything there is to know about Risa Clay, including the vicious betrayal she endured years ago and the distrust she’s harbored ever since. The only way for the Elite Ops agent to uncover an assassin—and banish the ghosts of his own dark past—is to use Risa as bait.... show more
Micah Sloane knows almost everything there is to know about Risa Clay, including the vicious betrayal she endured years ago and the distrust she’s harbored ever since. The only way for the Elite Ops agent to uncover an assassin—and banish the ghosts of his own dark past—is to use Risa as bait. But nothing has prepared him for her disarming blend of innocence and sensuality, or for his overwhelming need to protect her…Risa has spent six years rebuilding her life. And now, to save it, she must pose as Micah’s lover and draw a killer into the open. It’s a risky plan—especially with a man as powerfully seductive as Micah. But, as their charade becomes reality, Risa realizes the greatest danger may lie in losing her heart forever…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 3rd 2009
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 354
Edition language: English
, Erotic Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Elite Ops (#2)
Holy cow! The first two chapters of this story are intense. I like how Leigh brings all the characters from previous books back and seems to be introducing new ones. Dare I get excited for sequels? (I'm thinking I would like a story about "Hellraiser") I can't wait to see how Micah pushes pass Risa'...
Now the story did sweep me up and it was a quick read but it left a bad feeling after it. If Risa was my friend I don't know that I wouldn't advise getting away from Micah. Years ago Risa Clay was given, by her father, to a scientist to test a drug that would make women lust after sex. It was to...
I listened to this book by audio and I think that made it that much hotter. Risa and Micah burned my ears off. Micah aka Maverick was assigned to keep Risa safe from the baddies. He was hardcore alpha but had a sweet spot when it came to Risa. He wanted the assignment because he had a score to settl...
Dead men don’t talk, dead men don’t dream. So the second installment in the Elite Ops series. And I have to make a few general comments about the book. Firstly, I love these boys, I think Lora leigh does an excellent job of making an action and romance book, and not skimping us on either of the as...
I did not like this one as much as book one. I know that many people felt that this one was actually better than book one. I liked Rissa and connected with her and I actually liked Miccah too. I did not like the bedroom dialogue. It felt awkward to me and ruined several hot and steamy scenes for me....