A weekly event hosted by Sheila - Book Journey to discuss your reading week ~ the books you've read and those you plan on reading in the coming week
Books I completed last week
Andrew Grey - A Serving of Love
Shawn Lane – Galaxy’s Heart
Lynn Hagen - Heaven's Hell (Brac Pack 13)
Lynn Hagen - Nicholas's Wolf (Brac Pack 14)
Vulfen Alpha's Mate by Laina Kenney
Serena Yates - Men of Riverside 1-3
Lee Brazil - Keeping House
Cat Grant - A Fool for You
Samantha Blair - Protectors
Finding Love at First Sight
Imagine believing you met your love at first sight when you were just a child, twenty-some-odd years ago. Now imagine that you never saw her again, and the only clue you had to her identity was a toy ring she gave you. After another break-up of comically tragic proportions Charlie Lomman decides to find her, his love at first sight.
Poor Charlie doesn’t even know her name. All he has to go on is that glorious memory of their childhood meeting, the toy ring she gave him with the letter L on it, and a sinking feeling that time is running out on finding her.
Equally unlucky in love is Rose. She, like Charlie, cannot find Mr. Right, and putting it mildly, like Charlie, is a magnet for quirky. Pushed to the edge of sanity, Charlie and Rose push back against friends, ex-lovers, and fate. Throw into the mix a mad but hilarious bumper sticker genius, and let the comic misadventures begin.
DIG Security -1
After moving to escape a controlling ex, shy Sara James takes a job with a personal security firm, intent on settling down. But her sudden hot attraction to her dark and dangerous new boss is a complication she cannot afford--or understand.
Former Army Ranger and Security Specialist Dash Williams takes one look at his new employee and falls hard. But how can he approach a woman who outwardly ignores him while her soft, yearning eyes send another message entirely? His dominant instincts fire to life, and when Sara is plagued by a depraved stalker, he steps in to protect the woman he wants to claim as his own.
As they work together to stay one step ahead of the stalker, Dash realizes that his need to take over and protect will not help Sara have confidence in her own abilities. So he goes against his own primitive instincts and his training to teach her to protect herself and reclaim her freedom. The only problem is, when the danger is over, how will Dash ever let Sara go?
Up next on the reading deck
Parker Grey - Taking Chances