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text 2018-04-06 04:38



Close protection industry is currently one of the fastest evolving sectors in global security right now. It pertains to the risk moderation and security precautions that are taken for the well-being of various individuals particularly VIPs. This service is delivered by different British close protection companies to numerous organisations that need executive security solutions for their high-ranking members of staff.


So in case you’re a business proprietor who requires professional security for yourself or your team, hiring close protection agents is an excellent idea. But since there are plenty of British close protection companies out there, it wouldn't be easy to choose which one to work with. To help you with this matter, here are some of the things which you need to take into consideration before working with such specialists.



1. They are resourceful


The first thing that you must check is if they possess a combination of intelligence and determination - described as resourcefulness. This is crucial as changes in requirements, venues, or tasks can take place any time at their line of work. It is vital that they are creative problem solvers and quick thinkers, allowing them to provide excellent outcomes in any kind of situation. Also, they must not be too shy to ask for what they need to get the work done. At the same time, they should be able to work on their own and give exceptional results through progressive thinking.


2. They've got professional commitment


Apart from being innovative, it's important that close protection operatives are committed to their job. They should know that the privacy and security of their clients should come first. They must be capable of setting their individual concerns aside and just focus on their job. These operatives should know that their main goal is to get the job done as efficiently as possible. In cases of actual danger, they have to stand by their clients whatever happens.


3. They have the required experience and training


Because you’re working with British close protection companies for increased security, it’s very crucial that their agents have the necessary credentials. They should be well-experienced and fully trained in providing protective services. It is necessary that they've got some police and military experience in sectors such as the Police Close Protection Units or British Special Forces. Additionally, it is essential that they have worked with notable industrial executives and high profile individuals in the past. This way, you can be assured that they have the essential specialist knowledge and skills and can put them into actual work.


4. They have discretion


Complete discretion is expected from close protection operatives in every matter. They must know their place as security personnel and maintain their credibility at all times. They should be aware that every detail or piece of information they acquire at their work should not be disclosed to unauthorised people. Furthermore, they should know that sharing of sensitive information can place their job at stake, or may even result in loss of client’s trust.


These are some of the characteristics that you need to look at whenever hiring British close protection companies. By considering all the points mentioned in this post, it will be simple for you to locate the best company to hire. Bear in mind that having an exceptional security operative by your side offers the assurance that you are completely safe wherever you go.

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review 2018-03-13 17:32
Acceptable Risk by Candace Blevins
Acceptable Risk - Candace Blevins,Noah Michael Levine

This was my first book by Candace Belvins and I am honestly wondering why I hadn't heard of her before. I actually listened to the Audiobook and it was so hot I think I have burns inside my ears. I will definitely be looking for more of her books. 


Acceptable Risk is book 3 of the Chattanooga Supernaturals series. These books are stand alones. As I said this is my first book but I had no problems at all with starting on book and understanding what was going on. I do not have the full back story of each of the characters but there was just enough information on each one to introduce them sufficiently. This is a rather short book, but oh my was it hot. 


In the book Bethany who is a once bit twice shy kind of girl has always joked if she were to settle down it would be with her own harem of men. One night in the bar she says to a friend she would like to have those 3 guys as a harem. Little does she know "those 3 guys" are shifters with super hearing. Mac is a recently turned werewolf and over hears Bethany, Ranger is the one who turned Mac, and Jonathan is a wereleopard. 


Bethany gets a whole lot more then she bargains for as well as a future with not one but 3 loves of her life. 


This book is filled with super hot sex, BDSM and more. If you are the least bit prudish you may not want to pick this book up. For the rest of us, RUN, get your copy and lock yourself in a room for a few hours. 


The Audiobook is Narrated by Noah Michael Levine. He has doe a great job with all the character voices, even the female voice. He did not rush or drag the story out. He kept pace extremely well. He really made this book enjoyable for me. 

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text 2018-03-12 16:54
REVIEW TOUR & #GIVEAWAY - Infinity #1 and #2 by C J Lynne
Worth The Risk (Infinity Series #1) - C.J. Lynne
Finally Letting Go (Infinity #2) - C.J. Lynne
Get to know the secretive men of Infinity nightclub as they find love in the most unexpected places. True love has no beginning or ending…it simply is.
They are standalone stories, but characters from previous books make appearances in successive books.


Source: archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.de/2018/03/review-tour-giveaway-infinity-1-and-2.html
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review 2018-03-02 19:00
Risk it for Love
Worth the Risk (Pine Valley) (Volume 1) ... Worth the Risk (Pine Valley) (Volume 1) - Heather B. Moore

Summary: Alicia never wanted to return to her hometown but she only did to help her mother. She never knew she would run into her ex-friend and crush while working as a hostess. But when Jeff walks back into her life, can she forgive him for what he did all those years ago? Jeff regrets how he treated Alicia and wishes he could change the past. Even though that is impossible, he will try the next best thing; changing the future.




  • Alicia was a very pleasant protagonist. She had enough flaws and struggles that the reader could connect with her and her emotions. Her relationship with her mother was flawed and strained which added to the complexity of the plot and Alicia herself. We have all felt the urge to make our own lives while at the same time the pull of responsibilities to family. Alicia is in constant battle with her life and her heart.
  • The book was a pretty face paced and short. Even with the story being a short story rather than a whole novel, Moore was able to keep them connected. This made a good fast read. It is also a good clean romance that focuses on the relationship and not the sexuality of a couples dynamics. There are some PG situations that make the story a little steamy.



  • This being a short story, a lot of interactions are speed up and don't really get to fully developed. This is the same for the development of the characters. Alicia and Jeff’s past are briefly described, so that i disliked him enough to side with Alicia. I would have liked a lot more explanation both between them and Alicia’s parents. That way I could better relate with Alicia. Jeff is the typical romance counterpart. He is successful, handsome and popular. I feel he was a bland template of a man with no real depth. I also feel that this depth was lost because of the shortness of the book.
  • For a short story, it is a pleasant and entertaining read, I would have like a little more development and surprises.


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review 2018-01-21 14:16
Great detail!
Collateral Risk - Gwenan Haines

Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!


This was a great read! It kept me on my toes, kept me reading, held my attention, and kept me guessing.


It wasn’t until nearing the last quarter of the story that I was able to make a good guess who the “bad guy” was. I made a guess and was wrong and had to read a little bit more to find out for sure who it was. The author did a great job writing twists and turns to keep you guessing and keep the story interesting.


The details and descriptions really were what made this story such a good story. It made certain parts of the story feel more important, and made the characters pop. On the flip side, there was a lack of detail during certain parts of the story that simply kept you reading, instead of giving it away too early. The details the author put into the bird scene were one of my favorite. I know that’s a really vague statement, but you’ll understand once you read the book.


The romance part of the story was sweet and deserved. The two characters were two very loving people whole felt they couldn’t give themselves to anyone else in that manner due to their past. They were meant to be, meant to heal one another, and meant to protect one another as well.


If you like thrilling, suspenseful stories then I’d absolutely recommend this story. I really enjoyed reading it.


* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *

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