Dirty Love (Forbidden Bodyguards, #3)

Dirty Love (Forbidden Bodyguards, #3)

by Ainsley Booth

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BN ID: 2940153534923
Publisher: Ainsley Booth
Publication date: 02/14/2017
Series: Forbidden Bodyguards , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 84,765
File size: 1 MB

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Dirty Love (Forbidden Bodyguards, #3) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Maria-Rose More than 1 year ago
Ainsley Booth takes a page out of today’s political headlines in Dirty Love, the third story in her sexy and intense Forbidden Bodyguards series. It centers around The Horus Group, men from several different backgrounds who make up a Washington, D.C. based private security firm. While providing bodyguard services is their main stated mission, behind the scenes they are also instrumental in removing big players from international crime syndicates. It’s in the course of one of their ongoing investigations that this story plays out. Wilson Carter is the team’s cyber security and tech expert. He keeps to himself most of the time, but when he wants to let off steam, he has a place and a name for himself on the underground fighting circuit. And when he sets his sights on a woman, he’s all in. When the Horus Group's investigation into a human trafficking ring leads them to Tabitha Leyton, singer-songwriter extra-ordinaire and a possible witness, Wilson can’t get her out of his mind. She’s a mystery he wants to unravel, one piece of clothing at a time. Tabitha’s public persona masks her real life turmoil. A teenage runaway, she was found by Grant Derew who became her agent and propelled her to stardom. He also married her as a way to control her. A marriage in name only, Grant doesn’t care what or who she does on the side, and Tabitha has blithely used her bisexuality to live the life expected of a rock star. Wilson gets to her in a way that is both frightening and exhilarating. He’s the first man to look beyond the persona and see who she really is. A secret affair between them heats up as Tabitha goes on the road and Wilson finds ways to keep in touch whether by text, by phone, by camera or in person. But when the case he and his team are working on takes on some new dimensions, will Tabitha be caught in the crossfire? Sexy, action packed, and exciting, this story is hard to put down! It’s got a timely plot that delves into a presidential election campaign, a white nationalist organization, and the seedy underside of the rock and roll world. The romance between Wilson and Tabitha starts out as steamy sexual attraction but becomes more when they start to share more intimate emotional moments. The sex scenes are hot and dirty – just what I’ve come to expect from this author! The fact that Tabitha is married might give some readers pause initially but it’s clearly not a love match, nor is it something that Tabitha wants – for reasons, she can’t get a divorce. Wilson is not going to settle for that though – he knows something is up, that her past is too clean on the books, and he’s not above getting down and dirty to find out the truth and free her from her marriage to her controlling manager. The scenes with the other Horus Group members feature that male camaraderie that’s lots of fun to read as they banter back and forth, while still having each other’s backs when it comes to serious business. The second half of the story, when the pieces start to fit together ups the suspense and the danger quotient, and there are some interesting characters that will hopefully make their way onto new book pages. I enjoyed every minute of this sexy thrill ride!
Rhondaz More than 1 year ago
Dirty Love by Ainsley Booth......Love. Love. Love!! Ainsley Booth is so freak in fabulous at her storytelling. This is a hot and sweet, yes sweet sexy book. As always I could not put this book down I was so engrossed I had to finish. I really enjoyed Wilson and Tabitha's story be told. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.