Love Me

Love Me

by Margaret Watson

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BN ID: 2940148206118
Publisher: Margaret Watson
Publication date: 01/24/2014
Series: The Donovan Family , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 47,115
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Award-winning, two-time Rita finalist Margaret Watson has published thirty books with Harlequin and recently re-issued her first book, Personal Best, in e-book form. Her most recent book for Harlequin, the third book in the Devereux Family series, is Bending the Rules. Watch Me is the first book in her Donovan Family series and the second book, Find Me, is now available. The third book in the series, as well as a novella, will be out in Spring of 2014.
Margaret considers herself the luckiest person in the world to be involved in two careers that she loves. When she's not writing, she practices veterinary medicine in the Chicago area, where she lives with her husband, three daughters and a menagerie of pets.
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Love Me 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Lovz-Books 10 months ago
This is the first book in the series—a short novella that introduces the courageous Donovan family. After a horrific so-called car accident in her office, Helen, a domestic lawyer, is still trying to get her bearings and get back to her life. The thing is that now she has to re-build the mess in her office. Who would’ve thought that the contractor would end being her one-night stand from a year ago? Jamie is the only one who’s ever been able to make Helen forget how responsible she has to be, especially when dealing with cases of family abuse. Now she’s working on helping a mother escape her crazy ex and get sole custody of the children. Could the ex-husband have had anything to do with the accident? And will he try again? Enticing, sexy, and gripping!
booklover- More than 1 year ago
Helen Brody survived a car driven straight through her office with only a sprained ankle. She was lucky .. her office was totally destroyed. While waiting for the contractor to show up, she calls the police ..who happen to be a part of the Donovan family. Her gut feeling is that she was targeted. The car was stolen and the driver never found. Another surprise ... the contractor is none other than Jamie Evans, a man she had a one-night stand with a year ago. She's never forgotten him and it seems that Jamie has forgotten nothing either. Now that he has found her again, he's not about to let her go. And then there is a second attempt on her life. Helen is a lawyer specializing in child custody cases. Is one of her unhappy clients behind these attempts? Helen is trying to chase Jamie away ... although she has admitted to herself that she loves Jamie, she can't give him what he most wants. And she would much rather chase him away now rather than wait until he leaves her. This is the first of several books in this series .. and it works well as a stand-alone. It's well written with all the angst of lost love. Warning: explicit intimate moments. I would classify this one as a Romantic Suspense, heavy on the romance, lighter on the mystery.
Boundlessbookreviews More than 1 year ago
I was provided a copy of Love Me in exchange for an honest review. This is the type of book I really like; the two leads had one explosive night together over a year ago, and haven’t been able to stop thinking about each other. Fate brings them back together, and their chemistry does the rest. Helen is an Attorney specializing in family law; currently working on a custody case that has put her in the line of fire. Jamie is the contractor hired to fix her demolished office, after someone suspiciously drove a car through it. This is when Jamie and Helen’s attractions come into the story, and readers immediately anticipate more. This is also when we are introduced to Helen’s big family of cops. I thought this was weird; they made her the aunt of all the cops, yet she only a few years older. It’s explained later; however, I didn’t feel it added much to Helen’s story. She could have just been one of the sisters, who ran a little wild and had the same backstory; I just think this confused things a bit. Watson started her world of the Donovan Family a little confusing for my tastes; yet at the same time, we are left with the question of how Helen and Jamie’s story progresses, and curious about how the Donovan siblings will find love. Overall, I liked the story; it had a sexy plot, with suspense, danger, and action. I am giving it 3 Boundless Stars....Sara
ravenwolf_EPTX More than 1 year ago
A Quick Read. Good Introduction to Donovan family. ⭐ ⭐ Provided by Author in Exchange for an Honest Review ⭐ ⭐ Judging a Book by it's Cover: Original cover is awful dark and does not catch the eye very well. However, the new cover is bold, vibrant, striking. Synopsis does not provide a lot of information on the series, but I was told this is a series about a set of brothers that are in law enforcement. Looking Deeper: Third-person POV. This prequel novella starts out in a rather unique way. The injured heroine enters a crime scene, that we learn more about later. Helen is a lawyer, mostly handling custody cases. Jamie is a contractor, hired by the property owner that leases Helen's office space to repair damages at the aforementioned crime scene. They just happen to have a one-night life-altering night behind them from about a year ago. Both lead characters are strong and smart. The secondary characters consist primarily of her much older sister, four nephews and one niece, latter five all working in law enforcement (FBI and Chicago PD). There are a few other minor secondaries that also help build and fill the individual plot. Dialogue is very good, interaction is believable.The plot, while a bit predictable, was quick-paced and easy flowing. There were a few spots where something was mentioned that happened "a while ago" and you feel like you've been left out of the loop or are missing information, but I'm assuming it was meant to give the Donovan's a more established history right off the starting block. I enjoy the interaction of the family structure between the Donovan's, but wish we had the opportunity to learn a little more about the Jamie and his history instead of feeling like he was almost delegated to a secondary character in light of the series as a whole. The conclusion felt a bit rushed and loose-ended, implying there would be a Happily Ever After but not really solidifying it. I'm hoping their story continues to play out in the background of the other books in the series. Overall, this was a quick read with an enjoyable plot. While I felt that the Evans side of the couple was sidelined to the bigger picture, the couple themselves were equals and a very good match. I hope to read the other books in this series in the near future. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rating: 4 [R] ~ Score: 4.1 ~ Stars: 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love stories about complicated love. Although the book is under 100 pages, I am glad i got it. Watch them fight for happily ever after
Anonymous More than 1 year ago