Money Shot (Money #2)
The hero Rush was a SEAL sniper slowly getting into the land of living after leaving the army. The very first day Maria makes a move on him but Rush stops it since he want...more
I was on page 36 and totally in love with the sexual chemistry and sarcastic banter between Goose and Rush. Sure they’d just met, he was a suspect she was investigating, and she sure didn’t like the way he was making her feel...all hot and bothered under the collar. And she may not have been 100% professional or acting appropriately when she coped a feel but I loved it. And I loved even more that Rush shut her down and his reasons why. Most men think and act with the li...more
Contemporay Romance- June 7th, 2011
3 1/2 stars
Rush Guthrie left the Navy SEALS and came back to Mishkwa, Minnesota to find his humanity again. He tries to find peace living on the small island in Lake Superior. There he works as a park ranger, and is doted on by his Aunt Lila. He is slowly recovering his to his old self. But trouble lurks when Secret Service agent Maria “Goose” di Guzman shows up on the island to investigate him. Rush finds himself intrigued by the polishe...more
No doubt that the best parts of the book were between Maria and Rush. Their dialogue was amusing at the start of the book but moved to intense and heartfelt by the end. By the time they revealed their feelings for each other, I was...more
Rush is a former Navy SEAL who has come home to the tiny island in order to exorcise demons left fro...more
I can't quite put my finger on why this is "just ok" for me. I may not have been in the mood for flowery prose. Sey tends to use too many adjectives and over-describe/use too many adverbs. Sometimes the moment and characters just call for all those words. And sometimes run-ons can just get too annoying.
It wasn't just the prose, though. I could not connect with Goose, the heroine, who...more
I didn't really care about any of the characters, didn't connect with even one, good or bad, to feel for them in the story. I never really got into the story either, it just never caught my interest. She was a secret service agent investigating the hero because of a threat he made on the Governor of Minnesota- which was...more
Will defnitely explore her backlist and lo...more
The chemistry between Rush and Maria was electric and even though they were both tough, they were able to help each other through tough issues.
I knew what was coming but was still shocked by the outcome.
I did enjoy her first book Money Honey and def rec that one.