To the Limit
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 2005
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
Series: The Bodyguards (#2)
To the Limit was much more exciting and much more progressive than To the Edge had been. In fact, aside from some mutterings I made silently about the whole alpha-male 'tudes that were smoldering the men in this book (y'know, the whole "keep our women safe while we rush into danger" B.S., which, whi...
Though the plot was more predictable than in To the Edge, this was a fast paced and action packed story. Here again I really loved Eve and Mac, the secondary characters were great and the attraction between Eve and Mac was hot. But what I enjoyed the most in this story is that even though she had ma...
I am addicted to Cindy Gerrard! And I just want to continue reading all her books!So here's a gif review. Yeah, it sucks, but that's as far as I'm gonna goThis one is about Eve, and she's the kick-ass sister from E.D.E.N. SecurityAnd Mac, a P.I. with a great sense of humor They have a history togeth...
Eve alternately annoyed and amused me. I was pretty upset that she refused to tell anyone in her family about her close calls that almost resulted in her death. Yet she also made me laugh when she continually foiled Marc. I thought Tiffany's recovery was a bit too quick but I loved how she was ab...
After a so-so start, I really hoped this series would pick up pace, especially since the blurb promised a kick-ass heroine. Well, Eve was kick-ass, but she was also annoying as hell.I hate it when authors cannot create some exciting tension between the leads without resorting to the almost-nonexiste...