So I’ve obviously been hiding under a rock lately.  Not sure what is up, I’m just in one of those funks where putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) isn’t working.  I’m sure I’ll get over it soon…I always do.  It’s not so much writer’s block (because I’ve already come up with a great idea for another erotic romantic suspense) but rather the whole malaise thing.  It may be the whole post-inspection, post-work trip thing (and I sure hope it is), so I guess we’ll see what the next few weeks have to offer. 

 

Now, having said allllll that, I HAVE been a reading fool, so it’s my total pleasure to give you a book review today!!

 

Thrill Me to Death, Roxanne St. Claire

 

Max Roper never lets emotion get in the way of his job—not since the tragic shooting that killed his fiancée’s father.  Now the former DEA agent is a Bullet Catcher, and he’s managed to block out Cori’s bitter goodbye—and their sizzling passion.  Those dangerous desires come back with a vengeance when Max is assigned to protect a recently widowed heiress who turns out to be Cori.  But Max must also discover his ex’s dark secret…and they both know she can’t hide anything from him.  Her luxury lifestyle suggests that Cori has gone from being trophy wife to a merry widow, but  nothing could be further from the truth. Suspicious of her billionaire husband’s sudden death, she hires a bodyguard.  But her protector is the one man who can melt her every defense—the one man she blames for her deepest sorrow, the one man whose six-feet four inches of solid muscle ignites a reckless passion in her.  And as they close in on a killer who hides in plain view their high-stakes affair could cost her everything…including her life.

 

What a fabulous book!  The storyline is complex and fluid and while I figured out who the baddie was about midway through, that didn’t detract from my enjoyment one little bit.  The heat between Max and Cori is combustible from the first moment they reconnect and made me fan myself more than once.  This was my first Bullet Catcher book, but it certainly won’t be my last…in fact, I picked up the first book in the series about five minutes after finishing this one!

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