Staying several moves ahead has kept Troy Weathers alive in the world's most explosive hot spots. So when this marine learns that Olivia Laughton is being stalked, he immediately takes her and their unborn child on the run. His instincts tell him it will require more than skill to keep them safe - and to prove just how much he want...more
This novel starts hard and fast with Olivia reaching out for affirmation of life after losing a friend and client’s newborn son in a horrible car accident. She’s not looking for a comforting hug. She wants the unbridled passion, ...more
Olivia sought Troy out for some life-affirming sex one night nearly nine months ago after a particularly horrible emergency delivery gone awry. She had no expectations for a happily-ever-after but she can't seem to get the smart and persistent Tr ...more
I didn’t like that it moved so fast and seemed to miss important details and things I wanted to know. Her parents had amazing lives and her sister also and yet the author just alluded to those and left the reader hanging.
Also the ending was too fast for me…I wanted more and I wanted the author to spend more time on the ending a ...more
Got this book as a gift for my opinions to Harlequin the past year. Being that I'm over 50 I'm not really interested in reading about how to birth a child and the process but I read the book anyways.
From the start the things I wanted to know about: the winter wonderland of Colorado and the bling and shimmer of the dinner party wasn't in the book. It starts with a pregnant woman and things that have happened to her in the past.
Her boyfriend and his brother come into p ...more
I liked the suspense in the book. The author did a great job of creating tension and drama. I figured out who the main antagonist was almost right away, but not the ...more
When her family moved to L.A., major culture shock ensued. She discovered that grapefruits grew on trees, television offered more than two channels, and all the other girls had breasts. ...more