Sinful Seduction by Katie Reus
Series: Red Stone Security #8
Also in this series: Deadly Fallout, Dangerous Protector
Published by KR Press on April 28, 2014
Genres: Romantic Suspense
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He'll do anything to protect her....
Former Marine and newest Red Stone Security employee Alexander Blue is still adjusting to the civilian world after a decade spent at war, but when he sees someone in danger, nothing can take away that intrinsic need to protect. After stopping a would-be mugger, Blue finds himself being bandaged up by a sensual local artist in her Key West condo. He never expected to stay the night, even if it is on her couch. The mysterious Mina gets under his skin in a way he never thought possible. When it becomes clear that her mugging wasn’t random and she’s being targeted by deadly men, Blue has no problem stepping into the role of protector.
But she doesn't want to be saved
Tired of being coddled and treated like a child, Mina has tried to distance herself from her family. When danger finds her, she’s forced to turn to the sexy stranger who she feels a strong, unexpected connection with. In him she sees glimmers of herself; a little broken, withdrawn and wary of the world. Soon she learns that the biggest threat might not be from the men trying to kidnap her, but from the quiet warrior who poses an immediate risk to her heart.
Sinful Seduction appears in Sinful Seduction anthology
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
If you like insta-love, have I found the book for you. Sinful Seduction ended up being a fun to read, action-packed book.
At first, I was a bit worried about Mina, the heroine, heading straight to TSTL town, but she veered off fairly quickly and ended up being a surprisingly level-headed and strong heroine who could keep her wits about her in the most precarious and dangerous of situations.
Blue was one sexy, smoldering marine who knew how to take care of business, so needless to say, I liked him too. He embodied the image of a hero, going above and beyond to keep his woman safe. I do wish we’d gotten more insight into his past as to why he seemed so lost. Little nuggets were dropped here and there, but he never felt completely fleshed out as a character to me.
The heat was smoldering with lots of steamy preludes before they finally got to the big finale. As for that finale, it did not disappoint. I love how Katie Reus gives us seriously sexy scenes packed full of emotion. Those are, hands down, my favorite kind.
There was lots of action which made me all kinds of happy and it was a fairly quick read, which perfectly suited my day. I haven’t read all the books in this series, but Sinful Seduction has given me the perfect excuse to get caught up.
Rating: 4 I Love A Good Finale Stars
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