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Love and Protect

3.67  ·  Rating Details  ·  132 Ratings  ·  16 Reviews
Ex-DEA agent Erin Montgomery is reluctantly back on the job, posing as the sex-kitten groupie girlfriend of rock star Sean Ledger. She'll be joining his band's tour to try to catch an obsessed, dangerous fan. Tormented by nightmares of her failed last assignment, Erin's not exactly eager to be drawn back into the fray. But once she meets Sean, all rocker, all man and dripp ...more
ebook, 179 pages
Published April 13th 2011 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.
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Feb 20, 2015 Cait rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
That was the longest 210 page book I have ever read, good lord. Alright, down to business starting with the two positives.

1) This book contains the best sex scenes of any erotic novel I've ever read. Hands down. Like without competition. Winner. A+.

2) The characters are surprisingly deep and well developed, all of them given their own backstory and history and motivations. It's rare to see in a book in this genre, so good for you, Naima Simone.

And now. The negatives.

1) Despite the sex being inc
Romancing the Book
Jun 03, 2011 Romancing the Book rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: erotica
Reviewer: Emmarae
Well, this one is definitely not for the kiddies. On the other hand, if you're looking for something hot, run down to Ellora's Cave and grab this one.

Both characters are impressively fleshed out, and you really get into their psyche and history and what has made the characters who they are in the story. Sean and Erin immediately strike sparks off each other, and don't waste time getting closer. The erotica is gripping and strongly supported by the feelings developing between the
Raw and Seductive, great read.
Deviant Divas
Jul 10, 2011 Deviant Divas rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ellora-s-cave
Naima Simone’s Love and Protect is a love story decades in the making, as it were. Years ago, Sean saved Erin from her father, who was beating her for the crime of trying to defend her mother. Events and time separated them, until Sean, now a famous rock star, needs someone to protect him from a stalker. While Erin wants to, she is haunted by the memories of a failed protection assignment that cost the life of a child. What neither expected was the level of attraction they feel for one another.

Jun 07, 2011 Kimberly rated it really liked it
Put on your oven mitts before you pick this one up. Hot is an understatement. Molten is a closer description. Well written BDSM sex wedged into a nicely told story. The characters were believable and did I mention the lava hot sex?

So why only 4 Hoots, Auntie Kim? Well, there are a few things about the story that put me off. The first was the rampant over use of the f-bomb. There are other sexy ways to say "get all the way down". The next was Erin's insistence that Sean was not allowed to kiss he
Mar 13, 2013 SirenBookReviews rated it really liked it
What woman wouldn't want the job of going undercover, posing as a rock stars’ girlfriend? Erin, that's who. But her time off has come to an end after a tragedy, and she can't let her friend down.

Sean hides behind his music; he's a dark soul with his own tormented past. He uses music and sex to escape reality, but now someone is after him, damaging his things and threatening his life. He's not really sure what Erin can do, but he is sure that his attraction to her is intense, and that he wants he
Jun 14, 2012 Bluecreek rated it did not like it
Shelves: ir-bw
Best thing about this book the description. The premise sounded really good, but unfortunately, this book did not do it for me at all. Normally my biggest bone to pick with a book like this would be the length, in that it was way too short for me. But in this case, I couldn't wait to blow through it and skimmed a far bit. The problem is that for every page that was emotionally well done and intimate, there were another ten pages filled with raunchy domineering dialog that completely overrode any ...more
Lisa R. Brooks
May 07, 2013 Lisa R. Brooks rated it it was ok
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Philisha Stephens
Nov 26, 2013 Philisha Stephens rated it it was amazing
Shelves: erotic-romance
Wow! This story was amazing. The emotions poured into this were gripping. This is an erotic romance but it contained more emotions than just the sex. The plot and writing of the story was gripping. The history of Erin and Sean grabs you immediately and the heartbreak of Erin's last job makes you want to cry. Both of them have survived so much and you feel like you've known them your whole life. Then the mystery that brought them back together is resolved in an explosive ending. This is one story ...more
I just finished this. The hero's love and proctectiveness (pun intended-hehe) is heartwarming. The love scenes were so scortchingly Hot that you will need to put your kindle in the freezer when you finish reading this one. *smiles, swoons, drools* :-)
Sep 05, 2011 Madelyn rated it liked it
To much sex, not enough other plot. It would have been good if the whole thing hadn't centered on their lust for each other. There should have been more focus on their respective demons and Sean's stalker.
Feb 04, 2012 Sheila rated it really liked it
Great sex. The mystery of the stalker fell flat for me but the relationship between Seth and Erin was fantastic. Control and surrender, trust or loneliness. Which will they choose?
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Jun 29, 2011 Lenore (Biblliolatry Me!) rated it really liked it
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Apr 28, 2013 Toni rated it really liked it
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Aug 06, 2012 Shameka rated it it was amazing
Hot! Hot! Hot! Great read and the sex in this book will definitely put a tickle in that space u love.
Debra Crosby
Feb 09, 2012 Debra Crosby rated it it was ok
Shelves: kindle, own
More sex than story
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Although my first book starred a cucumber named Fred, my first romance came several years later in the seventh grade when I wrote myself as a heroine opposite Ralph Tresvan
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