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Another incredibly HOT erotic story of a wounded/broken hero, Kr
First let me say, I’m thrilled this book came out early...ok it played havoc with my reading schedule but of course I dropped everything to fit it in...
First let me say, I’m thrilled this book came out early...ok it played havoc with my reading schedule but of course I dropped everything to fit it in and it was so worth it. I discovered it was out around 7 pm and needless to say it was a minimal sleep night :D. Yes, I read it straight through, riveted to every word.
Now for the story, Hanna was absolutely adorable with a developing inner strength that blossomed throughout the entire book.
Raiden U. Miller is a war hero, dealing with survivors guilt and the actions he took during the war. Finding that he fits best in a world that sits in the grey zone of morality. Hanna is the beacon of light that can’t be denied in is grey world.
The sexual chemistry is combustible and Raid likes to play...and they played often.
Wonderfully quirky heroin, a hero in need of rescue, a basket loving cat, wise woman grandma with hearing like a Sheppard and even cameos from characters we love from the past Ashley books Raid had it all. 4.5 Stars and an absolute must read!
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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
Blah story line and characters
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Posted April 8, 2013
This was the first time in as long as I can remember that I was
This was the first time in as long as I can remember that I was looking forward to a book ending. I actually considered just not finishing it.
A wounded/broken 'Hero' . Cutsie girl that never left the home town that's always been in love with him but of course, he never notices her.
She 'gives up' on the idea of his loving her...for about a page and a half. And then he says 'JUMP' and she says 'how high' and we're off.
He is completely controlling and other than a couple of times that she raises her voice to him (oh gasp), she goes along with it.
Then we get into his liking to play 'games'. Of course, that means sexually and what is little Miss Peggy Sue to do but go along with it/him.
Even to crawling across the floor to him on her hands and knees because he tells her to.Of course, he gives her the 'safe' word. Really?!
His mysterious 'badass' job that that takes him away for extended periods of time only to come back to her sitting on the porch in a swing
making her afghans to sell. A nice, respectable job for the little woman to do. And the morning after the first night of playing with him, she makes him a special cake the next morning.
She takes care of her old Great Grandmother out of love. Gets taken by the local car dealer (thank goodness HE'S around to get the money back!).
She gets taken advantage of by two friends but again, thank goodness he's around to figure out what they're up to.
Every other word out of his mouth is sexually crude though I got the impression that this was how the author was making him 'tough'.
And when Sweet Little Thing tells him he might want to talk to one of the other guys that was with him when his unit got destroyed...I had to laugh
Thank goodness she gave him such a brillant idea to solve all his problems! She gets beat up by the bad guys.
He and his other tough guy 'Heros' hunt them down and kill them. And on and on and on...
She should of washed his mouth out after the first time she talked to him and, told him to play with himself.
Sorry, I just can't believe any of it. Thought I might be on to another author to start reading but I'll have to take a pass.
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