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WILD ON YOU
Genre: Romantic Suspense, E-book
Wainscott’s Justiss Alliance showcases hot ex-military heroes by giving them a happily ever after, ranking right up there with the Troubleshooters from Suzanne Brockmann or the Black Ops series by Cindy Gerard. Watching Rick alternate between his role as a professional bodyguard focused on the mission and a guy who just really likes a girl is emotional and sexy as hell. Addie has a heart of gold, so she’s very surprised at her feelings for Risk, something that ratchets up the sexual tension from hot to scorching because their encounters are about so much more than sex. Discovering who is threatening Addie is a thrilling focal point to the story. This is a must-read for fans of romance with an edge!
Rick “Risk” Yarbrough is on his first mission for Justiss Alliance, a private security firm that takes on cases the government won’t touch, which in this case means guarding a retired general’s daughter — or, as he sees it, being a glorified babysitter. Addie Wunder is an animal activist who has made some powerful enemies, so when she is almost run down on the street nobody believes it’s an accident. Risk is transitioning from life as a SEAL, so finding himself wildly attracted to his first assignment isn’t exactly what he had in mind. Threats toward Addie begin to escalate, but Risk is determined to keep things strictly professional, even when lust seems like a mild description for the feelings he is beginning to have. However, someone is determined to see Addie out of the picture permanently, so Risk will have to call on all his military training to keep her safe. (READLOVESWEPT.COM, dl $2.99)
Reviewed By: Anna Dougherty
Published: March 2014