Green. The color of hope.
ANNA MARI is living for today, not daring to hope for tomorrow. She’s a pawn in her grandfather’s game, and time is her enemy. Her freedom is the prize.
DAVIS COOPER is licking his wounds of betrayal when he’s assigned to babysit his boss’s sister. The pretty little thing who’s most definitely off-limits.
Though they struggle to set boundaries, the root of their friendship grows into something more. But none of that matters—Anna’s fate is sealed and neither hope nor love can save her.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Green is a fast paced and intriguing read. I was pulled into Anna and Coop’s story from the very first page. Anna was definitely not the type of girl to sit back and let a man handle all of her problems. She wanted to stand up and handle things for herself. As much as she doesn’t want to have to depend on others, she will quickly learn that there are some people worth trusting and depending on. The one thing she never saw coming though was Cooper. When Cooper is assigned to babysit Anna, he will quickly learn just how fiery Anna is. Anna will test and challenge Cooper in ways that he never expected. Anna is off limits, but the chemistry between these two is hotter than anything Cooper has ever seen before. Staying away might just prove to be the hardest thing he’s ever done… Overall, I thought Green was a pretty good read. There were a few spots where the story was a little bumpy, but easy to look past. Green was fast-paced and kept me on my toes. I thought this story had some great action, and suspense. There was no shortage of steamy moments or twists. Green is the third book in the Love in Color Series, but I do believe it can be read as a stand-alone novel. Even though I did feel like there was some bumpy parts of the story, I am still going to round this book up to four stars because I thought it was a really entertaining read.