Brent Mason and Hayden Winstead can't stand each other. She plans exclusive parties for her rich family's charities; he's a rough-and-tumble cop who rigs explosives for a living. Could two people be any less suited for conversation? They think not and prefer to keep it that way.
Unfortunately, their two best friends are deeply, disgustingly in love. Forced together, the mutual attraction simmering beneath the surface of Brent and Hayden's non-relationship grows with every argument until it explodes into a scintillating night of mind-blowing sex. And it won't be the last, as far as Brent is concerned.
Hayden has a secret, though. Her father's company is relying on a merger to save them from financial ruin, and only Hayden's marriage to the CEO's wealthy son can secure the deal. If she's to protect her family, she'll have to forget about Brent - and he has no intention of being forgotten.
©2013 Tessa Bailey (P)2014 Tantor
"Bring out the oven mitts to read the fan-your-face hotness." (USA Today)
Asking For Trouble is another awesome addition to the Line of Duty series. The passion in the love/hate relationship between Brent and Hayden was fantastic.
Alice Chapman isn't my favorite narrator, but she did a pretty good job voicing all the parts.
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Fun, sexy, and engaging characters with sassy dialogue and good friends. What more could a girl ask for? Hope this helps.
But parts were good.
My main problem was heroine stupidity. Twice she did something I couldn’t buy. In one of them someone does something bad to Brent and frames Hayden. When Brent confronts Hayden, she is surprised but does not deny it. She leaves him because he believed the evidence instead of trusting her. And then she does something unbelievable.
But I enjoyed the sex scenes.
I really liked the author’s first book “Protecting What’s His.”
The audiobook narrator Alice Chapman was fine.
Genre: contemporary romance
you never lose your page & Alice Chapman does a good job
all the other in the line of duty
she does emotion & feelings well
yes Brent is good at screwing things up
looking forward to the rest of in the line of duty books
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