Take Me Tonight
What do thrill-seeking women want? A fantasy-fulfilling abduction...an exciting rescue by a scorching hot guy...with an unforgettable night of passion. So they go to www.takemetonite.com -- and then they die. Someone has to stop it. When Sage Valentine discovers that her roommate's shocking... show more
What do thrill-seeking women want? A fantasy-fulfilling abduction...an exciting rescue by a scorching hot guy...with an unforgettable night of passion. So they go to www.takemetonite.com -- and then they die. Someone has to stop it. When Sage Valentine discovers that her roommate's shocking suicide might be related to a website that provides edgy, thrill-seeking entertainment, she immediately books her own "abduction" to get some answers. But her "rescuer" isn't really who she thinks he is....Johnny Christiano is dedicated to the Bullet Catchers, who saved him from a wise guy's life of crime and turned him into an elite bodyguard. When he's assigned to stop Sage's kidnapping, he's unexpectedly trapped between deceit and sizzling desire. But the closer Johnny and Sage get to the truth, the closer danger stalks them...until death is only a double-click away.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 27th 2007
Publisher: Pocket Star
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Bullet Catcher (#3)
An interesting story with some exciting action but I didn't like the progress of the romance, the key element of trust was not developing. Sage questions her roommate's suicide and gets involved with Johnny when she investigates the situation.
Take Me Tonight -- Roxanne St. Claire Book 3 of Bullet Catchers series 2007 Release -- Pocket Books Adult, Romantic Suspense, Mystery, Bodyguards I'm going to call it what it is and say that I had a few superficial reasons for anticipating the third installation of the Bullet Catchers series, Take M...
Sooo…I quite liked Sage, she was tenacious and wouldn't let go of a story, Johnny was a bit dim – way too much "ask no questions" for my liking although his cookery skills won him awards.The story, whilst being wildly different to the previous ones, still appeared to follow the same pattern of havin...
Weder Johnny noch Sage fand ich sonderlich interessant und die Storyline war auch nicht meins....
I've been reading Roxanne St. Claire's Bullet Catchers books out of order, so I was looking forward to reading Johnny's story, since he made such an impression on me in other BC books. He did not disappoint. He's an interesting hero in that he wants to protect his principal (Sage, the heroine) and t...