Bodyguard J.J. Blair isn't happy with his new assignment—to protect South American president-elect Miguel Ramirez. Tough, independent J.J. doesn't want to pose as a submissive fianceé to Miguel. But some people are determined that Miguel not take office, so J.J. has her work cut out for guarding a man who firmly believes women should be protected—not protectors. Ramirez's Woman (3) by Beverly Barton offers nonstop action. It's a complex novel with many characters and suspects and only a few clues that point to the bad guys. In fact, Barton's novel reads as though it could have been a longer book. But J.J.'s attitude is a bit much at times, and Miguel's character is inconsistent in some places.
Reviewed by: 
Kari Thomas