I enjoyed the sexiness and the performances. But why not finish the book in the first novel then branch off from there???? Ugh!!! I'd love a story abo..Show More »ut Greer 's friend for a sequel but not a one - novel turned into two!! Jeeez!!
In general, I love Meghan March's books but I eventually became too disgusted with the heroine's inability to handle stressful situations. I'm not ta..Show More »lking about her life being in danger or someone dying either. She freaks out over and over when finding out news about the hero. She repeatedly "couldn't think" or "couldn't move" leading her to be lead away like a child so big brother can do the thinking. She was a lawyer for heavens sake. She may not like to be in a stressful environment but she shouldn't become immediately mute and paralyzed. It is an easy tool for a writer to create a separation of the H/h but in this case it seemed to lack credibility and I expect better from a quality writer like MM.
I loved both narrators. Sebastian York and Elena Wolfe are always wonderful.
The book was worth the read because Cav was too cool for words. Alpha male to the core but not in a way that minimizes Greer at all. He trusts her ability to make good decisions with her life's direction, something, her brother, Creighton can't do. It was reasonably priced so I would buy it again but wouldn't waste a credit on it.