The third installment in the series, this book is intense as Lt. Samantha Holland goes after the best kept secret in D.C., a high level prostitution ring.
Love this series and I'm anxious to read the next installment.
Suzanne Brockmann is off to a great start to her new "Do or Die" series with Reluctant Hero. A mob family, foreign terrorist, the FBI, covert ops, a gay couple with a baby, a lawyer, plan A, plan B, goat f**ks and ex-Navy Seal Ian Dunn.
A pull you in romantic suspense that is not too heavy on the testosterone. Fantastic narration.
The best I can give this book is 3.5 stars because it didn't hold my attention as well as Midnight Secrets.
It's not a bad book, it's just too predictable and I found myself zoning out while listening to the audiobook. I also didn't care about Samantha and Quinn as much as I did Savannah and Zach (from Midnight Secrets).
Heart of Danger is an intense military/spec ops romantic thriller that had me hooked from the beginning of the story.
Unlike the majority of books in this genre the hero, Mac, is not drop dead gorgeous. He's not even average, much less handsome and that was before the scars and the burns to his face. The heroine, Catherine, a multi-degreed doctor has a special "talent" that adds a slight paranormal storyline to the book.
If you enjoy the works of Suzanne Brockmann, Pamela Clare and Cindy Gerard you will not want to overlook this book.
Hands down the worst Linda Howard book I've read/listened to. To make matters worse the fake southern accent of the narrator is awful. A waste of money.
At last the wedding fans of the series have been waiting for. Well done and this novella ties off a few threads and unravels quite a few more making it a must read part of the series.
This was not one of the best books in the series. I became bored with the story but was determined to finish. I don't really care for Barbara Rosenblat's narration and that really takes away from the story. I'll finish the series but I will read the books instead of listening to the audiobooks.
An excellent follow-up to "Fatal Affair". The relationship between Samantha and Nick heats up as Sam investigates the murder of a Supreme Court nominee.
I'm going to be generous and give Notorious Nineteen 3 stars ONLY because Ms. Evanovich gave us not only a clearly defined plot but a subplot and she refrained from adding the inane slap stick that dumbed down her 2 previous Plum books.
While Stephanie and Lula's dialog is much the same, the dialog of Ranger and Morelli is "off". The tired and much overused triangle is still in play with Stephanie "on again" with Morelli as she fights her feelings for and physical attraction to Ranger and tries to keep him at arms length.
Unlike the first dozen books in the series, there is no subtle humor in this book. All in all I feel as if Evanovich no longer has any love of the Plum world and sadly it has become "just a job" to write each book.
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