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When she swore off love, he was the last man she imagined would steal her heart.
If driving a piece-of-crap tow truck through the seediest part of town with a Smith & Wesson beside her means putting a roof over her son’s head, then Samantha Jones is going to be the best damn repo woman on the books. The streetwalkers, the drug pushers, the bands of looking-for-trouble punks haunting the mean streets at midnight don’t intimidate her. These are her people. The guy she finds bound and bloodied in the trunk of her latest conquest, a flashy new BMW, is a different breed entirely.
Daniel Panterro was certain he was going to die. Instead, by a stroke of luck, he was beaten to within an inch of his life and left for dead. But if he’s having a bad day, Sam’s day is about to get way worse. Danny knows he hasn’t seen the last of the vicious drug runners who kidnapped him from protective custody. His only recourse is to take his pretty savior hostage and force her to help him. There’s no going back for Sam and her four-yearold son, Tyler. They’re in way too deep.
With ruthless killers stalking their trail, Sam’s only choice is to trust this handsome, menacing stranger. But as she relinquishes control, Sam feels an unmistakable desire. Could she be tempted by Danny, who seems intent on protecting her and Tyler from even his own darkest secrets? And what is the price of falling in love with a man who operates on the edge of danger—her heart, her life . . . or both?
From Publishers Weekly
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Fairly Frivolous and Predictable
I considered this a waste of $10 that could have been used towards a better book. There was no real fleshing out of characters and the two main characters are hot for each other purely on looks (go figure). To much time spent on her MELTING at a look from him for my taste. The pretense of a strong headstrong heroine was a farce. The young girl reading the book was ok, but just ok. At the end of the day I only finished because I paid for it and I skipped large sections that went on and on about nothing.
not one of Ms Robards better efforts
Super slow and frankly a little boring. Her books are usually a lot of fun to read with a few surprises and intrigue thrown in. This seemed almost thrown together for the sake of publishing a book.