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Ex-DEA agent Jason Anderson is trying to rebuild his life after being held prisoner by a sadistic drug cartel. With a little help from his friends, Logan Wright and Jared Monroe, he's starting a new business and moving forward. He only thinks about the past during the long, dark nights. It's then that he feels most alone.
Brinley Snow has moved into her dream home. It's everything she's wanted and more, although she faces a mountain of renovation work. Luckily, it came with the bonus of a sexier-than-sin neighbor. One sultry summer night, Brinley gathers up her courage and asks Jason to join her for dinner. They're instantly attracted to one another, but the evening quickly goes downhill when she ends up in the interrogation room of the local police.
An unknown dead man had her address clutched in his hand. The authorities - and Jason - think she's the key to finding a cold-blooded murderer. With a first date like that, Brinley's not sure she'll survive a second. Then again she's never met anyone like Jason. He's not the typical boy next door. He's all man. And with a little luck, he could become all hers. They just have to stay alive long enough to catch a killer.
©2015 Olivia Jaymes (P)2015 Olivia Jaymes
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3 out of 5 stars
By TR on 11-26-15

ok story good narration

I liked Brinley and Jason. I loved that Jason could I appreciated the fact that they didn't do stupid shit. They didn't have all that angst stuff either. I liked that Brinley put all her issues out there for Jason to see. While Jason had his own issues he laid them out even though he still had to deal with them. The suspense part was good. I did feel as if I missed something. The other two guys on Jason's team had stories and the way they and their families were mentioned made me feel like this wasn't book 1 of the series.

Liked the story and would totally read West's story if it comes.

story - 2.75
narrator 3.25

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2 out of 5 stars
By Trish R. on 05-11-16

Barely OK for me..

At least 5 different reviewers said one thing or another about “hot sex,” and they are so wrong, as far as I’m concerned. At 36%, page 101, Jason and Brinley had been with each other since almost the very first page and there hasn’t been even a thought of a kiss, much less any kind of desire. At 38% the word arousal was used and then they had sex. How boring is that?

I did manage to finish the book. After they had sex there were still no thoughts of wanting or desire then they had sex again. It was ridiculous and I can’t see myself reading this author again.

AND it was so obvious who the bad guy was from the beginning. There were a few suspects but he stuck out like a sore thumb.

I did like Jason’s friends, Logan and Jared, and I liked his brothers, West and Travis and his parents, Peter and Marie. Nice friends and family but a really boring hero and heroine. I have no idea why they fell in love, the author showed no chemistry between the two at all. Telling each other about your family and all your secrets does mean you’ll fall in love but that’s what this author wants you to believe.

There was sex and swearing and the F-bomb was used 18 times.

As to the narrator: Lance Greenfield was just ok. The females spoke with little too much masculinity and he reads without emotion. He neither laughed nor whispered when the book called for it.

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