Denise Van plew's Reviews > Brazilian Surrender
Just had to get into this one especially since I read the first two. This is set in the bustle of a city that anything can happen. That anything does happen to the dismay of Camila whom finally was on her own. She goes and hires a protector that thinks he can do the job because it is just a job of course nothing else. Jaegeo has baggage from a past but making rules he better watch out. As the mystery and the drama builds the chemistry does too. The interesting parts was them with how they developed it. As it heightens though you get pulled to the edge with a bit of a tension rub from it all until the villain is caught. Well done in wrap up.
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