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Downright Dangerous
     

Downright Dangerous

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by Beverly Barton
 

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She had always been the good girl, putting her family first, never thinking of herself. But now Elsa Leone was a woman on a mission, and her well-meaning attempt to put an end to crime in her town had earned her enemies. Deadly enemies.

Enter Rafe Devlin, top-notch bodyguard and just about as bad as a man can be. Or so he said. But the moment Elsa saw the

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Downright Dangerous 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
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I read a review that said Elsa was not a good heroine. Wrong!!! She was not selfish. She cared very much for her siblings and the people in Maysville. She fell in love with Rafe and did not care that he was not rich and socially prominant. Good book in the Protectors series.
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In the previous book of the series Elsa was a very likeable character, independent, caring and trying to do her best with her orphaned brother. But in this book she became a sanctimonious, social climbing, money hungry individual. She turned into a snob and seemed to morph into Grace (from ¿Grace Under Fire¿). Her goal was to marry a rich, powerful, socially respected man. So in her mind Rafe wasn't acceptable. Rafe was one of the good guys and understood what was important in life. It¿s a mystery why he was attracted to her. I was really looking forward to this book and was very disappointed.