Senator Beau Beckett refuses to lay low because of a few death threats on postcards. His new bodyguard isn't going to convince him otherwise. At least not until the threat becomes real and his four-year-old daughter's safety is jeopardized. He has no choice but to work with his cocky and sexy Agent Wolfe to stay alive.
Federal Security Protection agent Judd Wolfe doesn't play by the rules. His out-of-the-box way of getting things done lands him a babysitting job. But being Senator Beckett's bodyguard while staying out of his bed becomes his biggest challenge as passion ignites between the men.
©2015 Lia Davis (P)2015 Lia Davis
I liked this story...it was quick, concise, and to the point. The story involved intrigue, mystery, sex, and love. Wolfe and Beckett initially seem completely opposite, but one can feel the tension building as the story progresses. Enjoyable premise and quick to listen to...
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No, I'd not want to listed to it again. I'd rather read the book to create my own character voices and intonations.
It wasn't NOT enjoyable. However, I feel that the story lacked a depth of development and emotion that would be needed, especially while portraying Beau to be a protective single parent.
Michael Ferrauiolo's character voices were fun (and funny). He has a very pleasant speaking voice and was easy to listen to.
I probably would have and could have listened to it in one sitting had I not started it at 3:00 a.m..
Strong characters. Although they knew of each other in a professional capacity, they should have taken more time on a personal and intimate front, especially when there's a young child to care for. Short novella, quick pace, not very dimensionally or emotionally deep. Swift forward progress to an abrupt ending. Virtually no predictability. Overall, not bad but I'd still like to read the book to compare my reactions.
It's a good story but with some development could have been great. Don't get me wrong, I at times like a good short story when I have just a little time. This was great for that purpose. But it a little too good for just a short story. I would have loved to have seen more of Judd with Angel. Dan the proclaimed best friend didn't show any friendliness at all, there wasn't time to develop secondary characters. But a good short story just the same.
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