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His Diamond Queen
     

His Diamond Queen

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by Lena Hart
 

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Loyalty comes at a cost...
Former MMA fighter, Jay Price stays connected with Vegas' criminal underbelly and for the right price he'll take on any job. Yet when he's hired to babysit a beautiful, spoiled "princess," he finds himself both fascinated--and irritated--by his sudden attraction to her.

As the beloved secret daughter to a ruthless crime

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Loyalty comes at a cost...
Former MMA fighter, Jay Price stays connected with Vegas' criminal underbelly and for the right price he'll take on any job. Yet when he's hired to babysit a beautiful, spoiled "princess," he finds himself both fascinated--and irritated--by his sudden attraction to her.

As the beloved secret daughter to a ruthless crime boss, Rachelle Silva wants for nothing--except freedom from her overprotective father. But with her identity compromised and her life threatened, Rachelle is given the one thing she's hated most: an escort.

Confused by her attraction to the tattooed "thug," Rachelle sets out to make Jay as aware of her as she is of him. Unfortunately, the threats to her life are all too real and Jay is forced to bring her into his "world" until the threat is...eliminated. But he has an even bigger fight on his hands--his desire for the one woman he's forbidden to have...

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149856602
Publisher:
Maroon Ash Publishing
Publication date:
12/30/2014
Series:
Queen Quartette , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
300
Sales rank:
30,353
File size:
749 KB

Meet the Author

Lena Hart is a Florida native currently living in the Harlem edge of New York City. Her passion for romance novels began when she picked up Amanda Quick’s Seduction. Though she enjoys reading a variety of romance genres, she mainly writes sensual interracial romances with a flare of suspense and mystery. When Lena is not busy writing, she’s reading, researching, or conferring with her muse. To learn more about Lena and her work, visit LenaHartSite.com.

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His Diamond Queen 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it! Rachelle and Jay were FIYAH together!!
Anonymous 4 months ago
romancenovelsincolor1 More than 1 year ago
Overall a good read His Diamond Queen is the latest installment in Lena Hart’s Queen Quartette series and it was a good read. In this story Rachelle Silva, daughter of a ruthless crime boss, gets assigned a bodyguard she never asked for and Jay Price cannot wait for this assignment to end. To say these two clash upon their first meeting is an understatement. Rachelle is your typical spoiled, rich girl while Jay is a man with the dark past and the tattooed “thug” look and personality to boot. The sparks between these two is evident, however each tries to fight the inevitable. As the threat to Rachelle’s life increases, so does the sexual awareness between Jay and Rachelle. Jay knows he shouldn’t cross the line but events cause him to hide Rachelle in his world and the close proximity allows the two to explore their feelings. Can Jay continue to protect Rachelle and not give in to his feelings? Readers will need to download a copy of His Diamond Queen to find out. I enjoyed this story and felt the storyline flowed and kept me intrigued to find out the outcome of Jay and Rachelle’s journey. The author did a good job displaying Rachelle’s need to delve into Jay’s past to discover the true person he was and not the job he does. She sees his self-worth and wants to be a part of his life. Rachelle is portrayed as the spoiled rich girl. She is naive and thinks she can treat others badly until Jay calls her on it. As the two explore their feelings, Jay continues to eliminate the threats but also realizes the biggest threat will be facing her father when he learns of their relationship. Overall, this was a good read and I look forward to reading other works by Ms. Hart. -Reviewed by Deborah
Anonymous More than 1 year ago