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For Your Heart Only
Overall Rating: 4.0
Vibrations by Anne Elizabeth
When called into the
office, she meets Secret Service Agent Oliver Stephens. He knows all
about her and how she got the scar that runs from one side of her
face to the other. He arrested her when she was young and idealistic
and foolish. He is working with another agent to see if they can get
her security clearance because the President of the United States
wants to come to the zoo with his daughter and would like to meet
Here is a sweet story where looks and scars don’t matter in the end. True love can see beyond anything to the true core of the person. Oliver is stronger than you think and cares more than his Secret Service exterior would show. Can Annabelle find that sensitive heart…and will she allow anything good to grow between them?
Love Acts by
To add insult to injury, she will now be forced to go undercover and pretend they are engaged. She doesn’t even think he remembers who she was back in high school. But, a job is a job and she’s worked too hard to bring down the kingpin of the largest drug ring in New England to not see this to completion. But can her fragile heart survive the pretend engagement to the real man of her dreams—which isn’t even the man she thought he was. How can she ever reconcile her images of the past with the convicted drug addict of the present?
This story caught my attention from the first page and held me until the very last page. You don’t go up against large organized drug rings without a LOT of risk to yourself. I was worried that Beth would end up getting killed by the boss if she slipped up in their fake engagement. A nail biter from the first to the last page, I’m not sure you’ll ever see the ending coming.
by DC DeVane
Beau Devon, codename Avalon, sees code everywhere. And when he can’t crack the mysterious code, even he gets frustrated. But when he and Belle work together, will they crack through each other’s exteriors to find love?
A cute story that is full of whimsy—even though it’s a serious situation involving national security. I enjoyed the way DC DeVane worked humor into a tense situation. The story was great from start to finish and I really enjoyed this installation into the book.
Heart by Chryssa Carson
Can he keep the professional demeanor while protecting the girl whose sparkle has always captivated his heart?
I enjoyed this story as I saw it as a little more ‘heady’ of a story. Dealing with finding the errors that led to the whistle blowing and all of the headwork that Gretchen is going through made it totally interesting to me. I enjoy exercising a little of my brain to see how she thinks and how she found the wrongs her company was committing. I believe this is the first Chryssa Carson story I’ve read, but I’ll be looking for more from her.
When he finds a
random clue and follows a hunch, he meets Amelia Morris. He doesn’t
want to blow his cover so he keeps his true identity a secret while
getting to know her. He finds he genuinely likes her and wants to
get to know her better on a personal level. But, since she might be
a part of the plot to rob Fort Knox,
If I had to pick a favorite, I think this would be it. It involves intrigue, mystery and ‘spy stuff’ while still having the heartbeat of a romance.
~ Robyn Roberts, Once Upon A Romance
Copyright 2008 Leanne Burroughs