Protecting Paige (Serve and Protect, #3)
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Protecting Paige (Serve and Protect #3)

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Single parent Paige Harmer is at her wit's end about her son. Dillon’s a good kid, but he’s fallen in with a bad crowd. She’s determined to enlist the help of her next door neighbor, the extremely handsome and much younger Tommy Godsoe. Tommy is a local cop, and until he got shot recently in a police raid, was a dog handler. His injury is such that he can never go back to...more
Kindle Edition, 307 pages
Published (first published August 19th 2010)
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UniquelyMoi ... So I Can Shine...

Tommy Godsoe’s life hasn’t always sucked, in fact until recently, it’d been pretty damned awesome. Being a cop was his life, being a dog handler was his passion, but being shot during a police raid has put a damper on things. Days that were once spent serving with honor and purpose are now filled with pain and uncertainty. Unable to stand the thought of the pity he'd see in the eyes of his ex-fellow officers, Tommy has closed himself off from any and all contact, but much to his displeasure, the...more
Kristin Anders
I enjoyed this entire series. They are entertaining reads with likeable characters and interesting plots.

My one teeny, tiny comment.

NORAH! Where's Dillon and Rachel's story??

You know, ten years later or something when she's a cop and some evil psycho tries to kill one or both of them and they have to go through life-threatening circumstances. They could start out separately or together. They could have been married and divorced, or engaged and sitting on the wedding date.

Ooo! Dillon could have...more
SamJ
This is the third in the Serve and Protect series and is by far my favourite.

Single parent Paige Harmer is at her wit's end about her son. Dillon's a good kid, but he's fallen in with a bad crowd. She's determined to enlist the help of her next door neighbour, the extremely handsome and much younger Tommy Godsoe. Tommy is a local cop, and until he got shot recently in a police raid, was a dog handler.

I loved both Paige and Tommy.

Their banter right from the start had me hooked.

Tommy "Okay, thi...more
Pamela(AllHoney)
The third book in the Serve and Protect series by Norah Wilson. I have enjoyed the previous books in the series and really looked forward to this one. I'm not sure why it took so long for me to finally grab it but I'm glad I did. It started out a little slow for me but it wasn't long until I got caught up in the story and didn't want to put it down.

Paige Harmer is new to the neighborhood and is worried about her son who will soon turn 18 years old. He has been hanging with a questionable crowd a...more
Jacqueline
3.5 stars. Solid well plotted romantic suspense read. Not edge of your seat but it moved right along and the whole thing made sense. The heroine had no TSTL moments. The cop was interesting and I loved the bits about working with police dogs. I wish there had been more of that in fact. It seemed like just the right level of liking animals and liking to work with dogs without being saccharine about it. the teenage son was nicely done. There were only a couple of sex scenes and they were nicely do...more
Stevie
3.75, Again another enjoyable story. I really like Norah Wilson's style of writing, especially her use of the english language. Love to look up words that I don't see often. She has an amazing vocabulary. This is a sweet but touching story about three people trying desperately to encapsulate their deepest emotions from further hurt. Good dynamics between characters and the plot was well thought out. Despite the hot cover, steam level is minimum. Light and fast paced as the others in the series,...more
Maldivianbookreviewer
Protecting Paige, book 3 in the To Serve and Protect series explores the story of how a single mother finds much more than she bargained for in the arms of her sexy and younger neighbor that makes for one of my favorite tropes of romance. 34 year old Paige is a product of the foster care system making a life for herself and her 17 year old son Dillon whom she has brought up on her own after her husband had bailed out on her.

Moving to her new neighborhood, Paige discovers that her neighbor, the t...more
Redheads Review it Better
While Tommy is wallowing in self pity, he is blindsided by the irresistible and unstoppable force named Paige. At first he finds her a little in your face but then when she leaves, he feels the void she left. He finds himself growing more and more intrigued by her sauciness and respects her relationship and trust in her son. And the more he gets to know her and her son Dillon, the less alone he feels. Growing attached, he can't fight wanting to help Paige out when trouble comes around, even if t...more
Gayle Pullen
Third in the series this story continues giving you tidbits about the characters in the previous books while guiding you into the life of injured Constable Tommy Godsoe and his neighbors Paige and Dillon Harmer. The story begins with a hint of what is to come, whetting your appetite, while immediately dropping you into Tommy's struggle with injuries incurred while on the job! Ms. Wilson keeps you hopping trying to figure out just who is in danger and what might the culprit be truly after. In the...more
Harman
I'm probably not really going to say much about this either because it was just a read so I could wind down with all the stuff going on with my life at the time. (It was Homecoming week.) This was a cute read. As the same with the previous book in this series, the book was kind of predictable. I really liked the romance between Paige and Tommy it was pretty adorable. I loved how even though Tommy was badly injured he did whatever it took to take care of Paige. I found Dillon to be extremely cute...more
Lhenry
Best of the series, although I liked them all. Tommy is a really appealing hero. He has a lot of bitterness in the loss of his career, but somehow his underlying goodness makes the reader want to hug him instead of giving him a kick in the pants. His attention to Paige's teen age son is one of the early ways his sweeter nature is revealed and the revelation of his nature continues through the book. Paige is a wonderful heroine and a good match for Tommy's underlying caring personality. I liked t...more
BooksSaveMe
Great series which just kept getting better - I hope there are more to come

Highly recommended non taxing romantic suspense with the perfect 50/50 mix of action and romance that not all authors in this genre achieve.

Read it in one sittiing.

Right up there with Karen Rose

Allyson
This was an excellent read. I loved this series and stayed up much to late only going to read one more page.Norah Wilson has a way of writting that holds your attention and can't wait to read more. I have read quite a few of her books and can't wait to read more.
Jo Ann
My favorite of the series so far! Love a wounded, broody hero and a strong, smart heroine and that's what we get with Tommy and Paige. Great story arc; appreciated the multiple POV's. Would love a future story about Dillon and Rachel!!
Debbie Oxier
Love this series! Get reacquainted with some favorite people from earlier books in the Serve and Protect books while meeting Tommy Godsoe. He was shot in the line of duty and is now home recovering from his injury. He meets Paige, a single mom, and her teenage son, Dillon, who share his duplex. When Dillon gets in trouble, Tommy attempts to help the boy. Then it looks like Paige is the target instead. Pretty soon she gets kidnapped, Dillon is AWOL, and they find out a terrorist plot has put more...more
Ruthie
An enjoyable read.
Shirley Bottoms
I loved this book. It was very hard to put down. The characters of Paige and Tommy were very believable. You could tell that Paige was a very good Mother and interested in everything her son was involved in. Dillon really showed that he had an excellent upbringing and was was so afraid for his Mother. It really showed how young people can be tempted and how strong they had to be to stay out of trouble. I think , if you love mystery and intrigue, that you will also love this book.
bookworm
good series

I enjoyed this series lots of drama, and unexpected turns. I enjoyed this series good set of books if you enjoy books in a series.
Cindy ~ SnS Reviews
Perfect blending of humor and suspense. What starts out as a humorous meeting between two neighbors, one a angry self pitying ex-cop and one a chatty no boundaries single mom turns into an intense full suspense.

Tommy's scenes were almost heartbreaking. To have the thing you love the most - his job as a K9 officer - suddenly ended with a bullet. He needed Paige and from their first meeting you are rooting for them both.

The additional story line of her son Dillon and his problems that brings all...more
Sherry Brandenburg
loved this book. read it today
Jenn Lynne
Love this series

This is a great series that's mystery and romance... I absolutely love how I can be on the edge of my seat one minute in mystery then the spark of romance comes. Without giving anything away this book just shows you how one woman can make a man's world tilt and spin!
Elle
3.5-4 stars
Luisa
I liked this one a lot! I liked the theme of older woman/younger man, and founf Paige and Tommy a great couple: loved Paige's son Dillon, liked Dillon's friend Rachel with her tattoos and piercings, and loved to meet with Razor and Quigg again. This one has suspense from the beginning of the book, so I found it better written than the others. The only thing I didn't like is that I would have liked a longer ending.
Tracey
I don't know that I liked this as much as the others in the same series. It is still quite well written. Tommy comes across as a really great guy but not sure I liked Paige that much. There is quite a story with her son Dylan running through it.
Patti
A good easy short read. Last of the author's series. Wasn't too intriguing for me but overall wasn't too bad. Good for people looking for some quick reads.
Sunny
3.5 stars. I nice contemporary romance, but I couldn't connect to the characters. Something was missing, but I can't yet put my finger on it.
Nicole Laverdure
I really like Norah Wilson's style of writing! I love the entire series!
Mel Emerson
Good book. Really enjoying the "Protect and Serve" series.
LaDonna
Good stuff. I really liked this one.
Rebeca O
My favorite in the series
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Award-winning author of romance, Norah lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, with her husband, two adult children, Rotti-Lab X Chloe and Ruth, a geriatric rat.

In addition to writing sensual romantic suspense and paranormal romance, Norah also writes in the mystery and YA genres with writing partner Heather Doherty. The mystery is the cozy variety, not the thriller variety (they dare you to...more
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“(Danni) “I was kinda busy on the way back, too,” she admitted, her face reddening.
Tommy frowned. “I thought you said Dillon was passed out?”
“He was, but Derek wasn’t.” She grimaced. “I guess he got a little hot and bothered by the action in the back seat and wanted a little for himself.”
“Chrissakes,” exploded Ray. “Did anyone not get blown on this trip?”
Danni’s gaze came up then, her eyes glinting with tears and suppressed anger. “Yeah. Those of us without dicks.”
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“Her lips parted on a shocked gasp, and he took full advantage, sweeping into her mouth. She tasted of surprise and cinnamon and an unexpected innocence, which took the edge off his anger, but did nothing to dull the keenness of his intent. He grasped her face, tilting it for better access to her mouth, and proceeded to kiss her with deliberate, frank eroticism. No gentle request, no teasing enticement, no sweet cling of lips. Just pure, driving sexual demand.” 2 likes
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