Worn Me Down (Playing With Fire #3)

Worn Me Down (Playing With Fire #3)

by T.E. Sivec

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ISBN-13: 9781494999810
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/13/2014
Pages: 254
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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Worn Me Down (Playing With Fire #3) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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good read!! keeps you interested
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a big fan of Tara Sivec. Her books have never let me down. This book was sometimes a little difficult to read because of the subject matter. I cried my eyes out every time the main character had a flashback of how abusive her husband was. But it was written so beautifully that your heart broke for her at the same time that you cheered for her strength. The "love" portion of the story was also hot, sexy, and beautiful too. I would highly recommend this book. It can be read as a stand alone eventhough it's part of a series.
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Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
3.5 Stars  ~Reviewed by SUZANNE & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog Gwen Stratford has had enough of men, after putting up with her husbands abuse for ten years she doesn’t need another name coming in telling her what to do. Especially when that man is her brother’s best friend and fellow SEAL team member Austin Conrad, who seems to possess the ability to drive her mad and imagining him naked all at once. However, she has her daughter Emma to worry about and no matter what the feelings fun lovin’ playboy Austin inspires in her, she will always come first. But, she may need Austin’s help when strange things start to happen and it looks like her ex-husband is stalking her, determined to have them back. I had great fun reading this book, romantic suspense books don’t often have me laughing, but I should have expected nothing less when it has been written by Tara Sivec. The mixture of sexy romance, laughter and the cute kiddie factor made this a book I flew through. Austin and Gwen had great chemistry and from the start you could see the sparks flying off them, both from anger and their – at first- reluctant attraction towards one another. Austin is normally the love ‘em and leave ‘em type, more interested in his career as a SEAL than having a family and it was fun to watch him realise that he loved both of “his girls”. And reading him playing Barbies with Emma, Gwen’s daughter, was adorable, how could you not fall in love with that? Gwen was a strong female character and it was heartbreaking to see some of the things she had been through. I just wish this book was longer, the suspense part of this romantic suspense wasn’t really that much of a presence in this book, although you know something bad is going to happen, I just didn’t really feel tense or any sense of impending doom. But it did make a good excuse for Gwen and Austin to live in close proximity, forcing a new level of intimacy on them as they live with him in a bid to keep Gwen and Emma safe. I really enjoyed this book and I am definitely going to read the books I have missed in the Playing With Fire series, as although they can be read alone, I can’t wait to see what happened with the other couples mentioned in this book. So pick Worn Me Down up if you are after a quick, funny and romantic read, it certainly won’t disappoint. * ARC provided by Author
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm prior Navy, married to a lifer who was in for 26 yrs. The love story was sweet but every reference to the military irritated me. Austin's maybe promotion to LT because Cole took a leave of absence - are you kidding me?! A quick google search would have explained promotions of the military and how leave works (milpers manual). One does not simply turn down orders - one goes where the Navy tells you to go and one has very little choice in the matter. I'm sorry I can handle a few minor details being wrong about military but there were soooooo many things wrong I couldn't ignore or just overlook.