Annie Donavan's life as a veterinarian is safe. And boring. Between focusing on keeping her small, inner-city clinic running, paying off student loans, and living in the tiny apartment above the clinic, she has no time for fun or dating and certainly not for anything adventurous.
Then one night, danger and surprise show up in the alley behind her clinic. And Annie is in for the ride of her life.
Stoney is a mystery. A man of few words but smoldering looks. She decides to take a risk and after a night of passion finds herself thrown into a world that she never knew existed. A world of drugs, danger and intrigue.
Shane is a detective, who vows to keep Annie safe at all costs. Losing his heart to her is the easy part. Keeping her safe and earning her trust will prove to be his most difficult task.
©2014 Maryann Litton (P)2016 Maryann Litton
Jordan was enamored by the love scene that she created, so much so that she "copied and pasted" that scene twice in each chapter until it became predictable and boring.
At the 20th chapter and having heard the same plot every time that the couple met eyes, and other parts of their bodies; I called it quits.
One star is more than this story deserves.
Disappointed in this one. The story line was interesting enough, but the leading female was a bore. She was dull and simpering and had no backbone. Leading male was just as boring, though was repeatedly referred to as 'beastly', by others as well as himself. He was bossy, condescending and a bit of a jerk, but there was nothing beastly about him. There were numerous grammatical errors as well. It comes across as juvenile due to the simplicity of the writing, however there are numerous sex scenes, so it was meant for mature readers. Oh, and the sex scenes are boring and repetitive. My main problem is that a man appears in a woman's life, and all of a sudden she lets him take control of her life, talk to her like she is a child and call all of the shots. Unbelievable. I had to laugh when he calls her his 'copper-haired spitfire', as that was the last description I would apply to her. Sorry, but it just didn't make the grade for me. The narrator did a great job, though!
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