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review 2020-06-06 21:06
Audio Review: Dirty Charmer (The Bodyguards #1) by Emma Chase, Narrated by Andi Arndt, Rupert Channing
Dirty Charmer (The Bodyguards, #1) - Andi Arndt,Emma Chase

 

 

 

Dirty Charmer by Emma Chase

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Audio Review: Dirty Charmer (The Bodyguards #1) by Emma Chase, Narrated by Andi Arndt, Rupert Channing

Emma Chase is one of my favorite authors. Not because of her ability to tempt your socks off. Even though she's quite good at that. My fascination lies in the unpredictability of the stories that she writes. Chase and company puts the moves on a heart before a reader can even realize that it's happened. From funny and flirty to emotionally captivating, Dirty Charmer leaves a mark on more than just your heart. Tommy and Abby are at their best when allowing their vulnerable side to shine through. The narration of Channing proves a delightful distraction from the hint of chaos that Arndt successfully draws emotions into.

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review 2020-05-04 16:05
Book Review - Double Down by R. Cayden
Double Down (Bad Boy Security, #3)Double Down by R. Cayden
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A mercenary with a mysterious past. A bodyguard, ready to fight. And beautiful Lawrence, just trying to have a good time.

Raiden doesn’t expect much danger from his new bodyguard gig. He’s a fighter, but this rich kid just needs someone to keep him out of trouble. Watching Lawrence wriggling his hips and flirting with other men stirs up feelings Raiden didn't expect. He tries like hell to resist temptation, but when a suspicious stranger keeps crossing their path, Raiden smells danger, and it sends him over the edge.

Being a mercenary on the black market in New York means that Cash doesn’t have much time for hookups, let alone relationships. So why does his heart skip a beat when he starts a new gig, trailing the son of a corrupt CEO? Sure, Lawrence is an angel with sparkling eyes, but Cash has a job to do, and a secret vendetta driving his every action. At least Lawrence has a hot bodyguard with a temper. It makes the game of pursuing the kid twice as fun…

Lawrence knows that no one wants to hear a poor little rich boy story, especially not from the son of a powerful, corrupt CEO. Instead, he buries his demons, gives the money from his trust fund to charity, and spends his days partying with friends. But when his bodyguard comes swinging at his new crush, Lawrence’s life spirals out of control.

With corrupt billionaires and crime bosses hot on Lawrence’s trail, will Raiden and Cash be able to put their explosive differences aside in time to save him?

Double Down is an M/M/M bodyguard romance and the third book in Bad Boy Security. It can be read alone, but is best appreciated as part of the series. Enjoy!

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review 2019-12-02 17:55
Book Review - A New Empire by Layla Reyne
A New Empire (Fog City, #3)A New Empire by Layla Reyne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Daaaaaaaaayyyyammmmmmmm!

Layla Reyne has ended this series with a BANG!

In the final chapter of Fog City what we think we know isn't always the truth! ATF agent Christopher Perri has thrown his lot in with the Madigans and has fallen head over heels for the king assassin himself - Hawes Madigan. But the wolves are circling the empire Hawes and his siblings are trying to build, and the discovery of the traitor within the family could either make or break their attempts to move their organization towards a better path. But there are traitors and double traitors and nothing is as it seems as Dante and Hawes fight to end the bloodshed, to wrest control of the Madigan empire back to the rightful king and maybe, just maybe, find a happily ever after for themselves.

Such an amazing ending to their story, with guest cameos from other of Layla's series and the promise of more stories in the universe, because you just can't leave it there!


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review 2019-10-09 18:33
Book Review: Second Song, Sugarhouse Blues #1 by Edie Danford
Second Song (Sugarhouse Blues, #1)Second Song by Edie Danford
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

You ever want a book that tugs on your heart strings, makes you ugly cry and leaves you completely satisfied when you finish? This is the book!

Second Song is the story of a singer reclaiming his life and his passion and finding love. It's the story of a man who felt a debt was owed fulfilling that debt and maybe discovering there is a happily ever after for him despite not looking for it.

This is the story of various types of redemption and rebirth for three main characters - former singer Sage Hazen who survived an insane stalker when his bodyguard and friend did not. And the guilt of his surviving is as constant as the music he stills hears even though he can no longer sing.

The bodyguard's brother - Antonio - feeling guilty because he was serving in the military when his brother died - builds his brother's dream of a security agency while taking care of Marco's widow and twin boys. When the opportunity to protect the young man his brother died trying to save presents itself, Antonio figures it's a sign.

Shiloh Galaxy. Sage's best friend - needy, abused and neglected, with the voice of an angel and the family from hell.

Second Song is Shiloh's chance at a better life, Sage's chance to reclaim a part of himself and Antonio's chance to make peace with his past before moving towards his future. And maybe they'll all eventually get their happily ever afters.

The writing is amazing, the story that Edie weaves is magical and I cannot wait to read Shiloh's shot at love in the next book.

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review 2019-10-02 15:32
Book Review: The Marshal's PI by Este Holland
The Marshal's PI (Yours to Protect: Book Two)The Marshal's PI by Este Holland
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

3.5 out of 5 stars.

First time reader of this author and I enjoyed the book but would reccomend reading the first book in the series before reading this one.

Although this book can be read as a stand alone there were situations and already established characters in the book that muddled the story, as well as the fact that the two MCs had backstory that appeared in the first book.

I did find some of the scene transitions a little jumbled and there was a lot of awkward speeding forward of the plot just to get to the next bit so the story felt rushed in places. Other than that I really liked the characters and the plot line.

This is the 2nd book in the series and it resolves around PI James Kairo - Kai to his friends - and US Marshall Gannin West. West gets word from a mysterious agency that Kai is in trouble, having met him in the first book apparently. He goes haring off to Vegas to protect the man from this vague threat he's been told about and finds the PI has a hit out on him by a Vegas mob boss.

There's reference to Kai's twin brother, a hotshot in Homeland, who had been into drugs as a kid, got clean, and had an apparent relapse, a brother he hasn't seen or talked to in over a decade. There are photographs and they are used to blackmail Kai into being a messenger boy for mob, but it appears his usefulness is up.

Gannin arrives in the nick of time to help and the two men have to find a way to survive the hitman coming after Kai while dealing with Kai's reappearing brother, his family issues and a dleazy lawyer wanting to get into Kai's pants, all while falling for each other.

All-in-all an enjoyable read with an easy to follow plot, a little action, a little romance, and a happily ever after for the mcs.

**This book was provided by Lescourt Author Services for an honest and unbiased review.**

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