Christmas Awards 2011

Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Dangerous Games

Dangerous Games by Lora Leigh

Publisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks

February 2007

ISBN: 978-0-312-93992-2

Pages: 344

Morganna Chavez wanted to do something with her life that would make a difference. She knew that if her brother, Reno or his best friend Clint McIntyre ever found out that they would never let her go to the law enforcement academy. Since she has graduated from the academy Morganna has been working for the DEA. Going under cover in the club scene to try to stop a very dangerous drug that too many women are paying for with their lives, the last person she expects to see is Clint. Trying to stay undercover and away from Clint doesn’t look like it is going to be possible especially when things start heating up on the case.

Clint McIntyre is on leave from the SEALs and the last thing he expected while keeping an eye on Morganna for Reno was to see her in the club that he frequents. Now he just has to find out what she is up to. But when the bullets start flying he will do everything in his power to protect Morganna. He thought he could resist her as he has been doing for the past 10 years, but with all the danger around them he is finding out that he isn’t going to be able to run from his feelings for Morganna. While trying to keep her alive he is going to have to face some truths about himself and his past that he has been avoiding for years.

Morganna has been in love with Clint for years but has always known that he was running from her love and his feelings for her. She just never knew why. Now she is hoping that they can stay alive long enough to find out if they can find a way to be together and if she is going to be able to face the truth about Clint’s past.

This is a fast paced story that is very hard to put down. It has a lot of action that really keeps the story line moving along quickly. Seeing the emotional roller coaster that both Morganna and Clint go on really pulls you into the story and makes you want to read the book until the very last sentence. You really connect with both characters.

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses

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