His Risk to Take
The greater the risk, the hotter the reward.Homicide cop Troy Bennett had a reputation with the Chicago PD for being fearless and in control-until the night his daredevil partner is killed during a raid. From that moment on, he swears he'll never again be responsible for the loss of a loved one.... show more
The greater the risk, the hotter the reward.Homicide cop Troy Bennett had a reputation with the Chicago PD for being fearless and in control-until the night his daredevil partner is killed during a raid. From that moment on, he swears he'll never again be responsible for the loss of a loved one. To escape his demons, Troy transfers to the NYPD, bringing him up close and personal with Ruby Elliott, a beautiful, street-savvy pool hustler. Reckless and stubbornly independent, Ruby embodies everything Troy's avoiding, but when she walks into the pub he's at with his new coworkers and blows his carefully laid plans to hell, Troy knows he has to have her-risks be damned. But there's a connection between Ruby's shadowed past and a case Troy's working involving a notorious Brooklyn felon, throwing her safety into jeopardy. Confronted with his biggest fear, will Troy push Ruby away to keep her safe or fight to keep her in his arms where she belongs?
Publish date: May 13th 2013
Publisher: Entangled Publishing (Brazen)
Pages no: 184
Edition language: English
Series: Line of Duty (#2)
1/5 - I read this almost a month ago, but never got around to reviewing it.3.5 stars. I liked Troy and I liked Ruby, to start with. At the end I felt like she was a bit of a stubborn idiot who refused to acknowledge the danger she was putting herself in when she insisted on 'helping' Troy out on his...
Tessa Bailey's book, His Risk To Take is a fairly quick read. Ms Bailey has given us a well written, fast paced story. Her characters in this book are awesome, combined with the drama, action and humor, make an entertaining read. I look forward to reading more from Tessa Bailey in the future. Hi...
This is another group review, because I read these books back-to-back so fast. And I loved them so much! These are loosely connected, so there's no problem with reading them out of order. We start off with Ginger in Protecting What's His. She's just moved to Chicago with her sister, hoping to...
This was just a generic contemporary romance. Alpha male, stubborn female. She puts herself into a dangerous situation, he comes to the rescue. Very predictable.