Isabella's Illusionsby Kacey Hammell
Protection. Adventure. Love. It's all found within The Arms of the Law. Detective Isabella Knowles, a tough-as-nails cop, lives by the law, knows what she wants out of life, and it doesn't include marriage or all that comes with it. Isabella feels that everything she's ever known is all an illusion when a new relationship makes her feel more alive than she ever has. She doesn't like it and fights it every step of the way. After being burned by his fiancée years ago, seer and P.I., Brady Jacobs never plans to marry. Even the visions he has can't help him in his new relationship. Brady's bachelorhood and heart are threatened when he envisions a killer striking too close to the woman he's come to love. Danger lurks close to home and neither Brady nor Isabella like that they can't control every situation.especially matters of the heart.
- Venus Press
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- 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.42(d)
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I really liked Brady and the paranormal twist that was thrown in with his special ability. I liked that Isabella was tough, and that she fit right into the “man’s world” of a police department, although her tough as nails attitude sometimes grated on my nerves a little bit, as well as all of the guilt she carries at the end of the book. The book was non-stop action. There was never a time during reading the book that I wanted to skip over paragraphs because of boredom. The book held my attention from beginning to end. I felt this story could have been longer. It seemed hurried, and some of the scenes seemed to get wrapped up way too quickly for my taste. But speaking of scenes, the sex scenes were HAWT. Very nicely done. I had to reread the “door scene” to make sure I was picturing everything right. Brady and Isabella’s relationship start out as nothing but sexual, and both begin to have feelings for each other. I would think that those feelings would bleed into their lives and we would see some tender moments, but we really don’t until all hell breaks loose. Overall, I enjoyed this story very much. It was a quick, fun read, and I would definitely recommend it!
I just finished reading Isabella's Illusions and I found it to be a very good book to read. I could not put the book down. I would recommend this book to the avid reader who likes to read about romance and mystery combined. This is a new author and I can't wait for the second book to come out. I'm anxious to learn what happens with Alicia. Isabella's Illusions is Definitely Recommended!