Never As It Seems
Three years after he walked away and broke her heart, Leo is back in Chloe's life and that's the last place she wants him. Not that she has any choice in the matter. She's in big trouble. She needs somebody to watch her back, and he's the "somebody".Three years ago, Chloe dumped a bombshell in... show more
Three years after he walked away and broke her heart, Leo is back in Chloe's life and that's the last place she wants him. Not that she has any choice in the matter. She's in big trouble. She needs somebody to watch her back, and he's the "somebody".Three years ago, Chloe dumped a bombshell in Leo's lap. I'm psychic, she told him. As if he was supposed to believe that. His world is black and white, and he doesn't buy into that mumbo-jumbo. Walking away from her damn near killed him, but he couldn't be with somebody he couldn't trust.His new job? Keep Chloe safe. That's it. He's not supposed to touch her. He's not supposed to make love to her. He's not supposed to want her . . . need her . . . love her. But he can't stop thinking about her, can't stop dreaming about her. Now that she's back in his life, he can't keep his hands off her either.
Publish date: June 23rd 2010
Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
Edition language: English
I went exploring through my old laptop and found a file folder full of Shiloh Walker e-books. Sweeeet. So, I read "Beautiful Girl", "Hunter's Pride", and then "Never As It Seems" - all of which I liked well enough.But there is this little, bitty, minor thing that bothers me:The stepfather is always ...
Intense. Hawt. Didn't know who the bad guy was until Ms Walker revealed him and even then she added twists. Plus some great groveling!
Earlier this year I was looking at an old back catalogue of Ms Walker’s books and ebooks on some website that I can’t remember the name of, and read the blurb of this book and was really interested then my battery died on my laptop before I could even memorise the name of said ebook! I’ve since spen...
Wavered between a 3 and 4 for this one, but it kept my attention, so I am going with the 4. The suspense element was a bit complicated for such a short story, but I liked both of the lead characters.