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Private Eye Protector

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  • Posted October 26, 2011

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    Running from Love...

    Private Eye Protector by Shirlee McCoy Book 5 in the Heroes for Hire Series Rayne Sampson, sister to Jonas from book 4, wakes up in the hospital confused. Last she knew of she had lived in Phoenix. When Chance Richardson comes in her room she thinks his eyes are familiar but that is all. Ends up she was in a car accident and it wiped out the memories of the past seven weeks. The woman who was now watching her daughter, Emma, was a stranger to her, even if Lila was Chance's mom. She also felt someone watching her in the doorway of her hospital room. All she wants it to get out of there and have Emma in her arms. Her ex-fiance, Michael, had told her she was not mother material but she would not allow his hateful words to take root. Because of Michael, Rayne had made herself keep to 3 rules, no one was to help her, no more men, and never ever fall in love again. What was it about Chance's eyes that made her feel her rules did not have a chance against him? Chance had been through what he thought was love and did not want to go through that ever again, yet with Rayne and Emma the idea of family did not seem so bad. Now it seemed that someone was out to hurt and maybe even kill Rayne. Every protective male instinct came to life in Chance. He would not fail them and maybe he could redeem himself from his past. Rayne and Chance both work for Kane, although Rayne don't remember much of that. As Chance takes Rayne on as his case for work, to find out what is happening and who is after her, they have to spend much time together. Each moment with Chance has her rules coming apart a bit more. Although running from the danger that followed her keeps interrupting their romance that neither wants. Another great addition to the Heroes for Hire Series. Learn more about this series and Shirlee's other books on my blog at justjudysjumbles.

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  • Posted May 16, 2012

    Amnesia stories can be intriguing, if done right. This one is do

    Amnesia stories can be intriguing, if done right. This one is done right.

    Rayne fears for her life while she can't remember who she is running from. Rayne's love and dedication to Emma, her friend's daughter whom Rayne is raising after her friend's death, is very heart-warming. Her set of three rules seems to be practical, but given how charismatic and protective Chance is, it is inevitable that they will be broken, especially the rule about not falling in love again.

    PRIVATE EYE PROTECTOR is the first book by Shirlee McCoy I've read, and I'm looking forward to reading more of her books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2012

    An enjoyable read

    I enjoy this book. It was well written.

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