Out Of Control
Disillusioned P.I. Davy McCloud has an ironclad rule: never follow blind impulse when it comes to women. But he breaks it the instant gorgeous Margot Vetter shows up to teach at the gym next door. The sexual hunger - and the instinctual protectiveness - that she awakens is much too strong to... show more
Disillusioned P.I. Davy McCloud has an ironclad rule: never follow blind impulse when it comes to women. But he breaks it the instant gorgeous Margot Vetter shows up to teach at the gym next door. The sexual hunger - and the instinctual protectiveness - that she awakens is much too strong to resist. Broke and on the run, framed for a murder she didn't commit, Margot has no one to turn to but Davy McCloud. But the closer he comes, the more Margot discovers that holding back - or hiding - from this enigmatic, powerful man is impossible. In every way...Then passion flares with unexpected intensity. But Margot's past has finally caught up with her, and life is about to get more than complicated. It's turning deadly...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 1st 2006
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: McClouds & Friends (#3)
Reading this at night before bed stretched out the process, but it was worth it. There's something about Shannon McKenna's way of writing romance. It's utterly sighworthy but extremely earthy. Sometimes I think a sacrifice is made with extra-steamy romance to convey the eroticism, and often the dieh...
Wow. Davy. Just...yes, please. I adore Shannon McKenna's books. Davy and Margot had a sweaty meet-cute with lots of tension. There's distrust and McKenna's signature dialogue--where they seem to skate over each other's meanings--but they seem to keep a believable push/pull dynamic. There were plenty...
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I was disappointed in this story. I really loved the first book in this series; and the second book ran high on my list also.This one, though, was missing something.The heroine had hang ups that, to me, didn't make total sense. Also, while she indicated that she did not want a serious relationship, ...
good suspense reading but I enjoyed the other books in the series more.