Regina Foxworth has no clue why an unknown assailant is out to get a small-town reporter like her. Or why the police won't take her concerns seriously. So Regina gets a guard dog—make that a four-pound "guard" Chihuahua! —and signs up for self-defense classes. But defending herself is the last thing on her mind when sexy instructor Riley Moore has her pinned to the mat.Pre...more
Read by Candace Tate, it had a smooth flow.
Regina is sure that someone is out to harm her but nobody believes her. So she starts taking self defense courses from Riley at the gym he owns.
I loved how Riley is besotted with her but tells himself he just has the hots for her.
The first half is pretty predictable and reads like your typical 90's (but written in 2003) harlequin. The H isn't abusive ...more
The overall book just was long and drawn out.
He's been deeply hurt by a woman before but he recognizes how honorable, sweet and caring that Regina is. He is tender, protective and possessive about her and is hoping that she will see how great that t ...more
What I Liked:
Riley was pretty great. As I've said before, I usually really love Lori Foster's heroes, and that's definitely the case with Riley. He's strong, capable, a bit of an alpha ...more
A v. brief bit about why...
h, somewhat old-fashioned notions (by today's standards) of when one finally gets busy - not first date, and not with someone you've only known 3 weeks. Feels uncomfortable around men in general, and H in particular
H, typical knuckledragging chestbeater - thinks 3 weeks is plenty of time, everything said to h is full of innuendo and suggestion, has staked his claim that h is his, but ...more
Regina small town human interest reporter believes someone is trying to kill her but no one will believe her. So she gets a four-pound "guard" Chihuahua and signs up for self defense classes.
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Lori hosts a very special annual “Reader & Author” event in West Chester, Ohio. Proceeds fro ...more