Sunday, 8 April 2012
Dangerous Secrets by Lisa Renee Jones
Publisher: Lisa Renee Jones
Julie Harrison is a divorce attorney for the rich and famous and she knows it can get down right nasty at times. Julie has also learned from all of the cases she has handled that love doesn’t last. She is determined not to make the mistakes that her mother and clients have made. Julie has found that if she turns the games men play onto them than she can keep men at a distance and not worry about getting hurt. The only man that has come close to getting through the wall she has built is Luke Walker. While he was a Navy SEAL she never had to worry about him being around enough to tempt her.
Luke Walker is back and now that he is retired from the SEALs he is determined to get the only woman he has ever truly wanted, Julie. Now that he is in New York and running Walker Security with his brothers he has the chance he needs to get Julie right where he wants her.
One of Julies clients is a powerful judge that is now involved with a dangerous cartel and has managed to get Julie mixed up in his mess. His ex wife is dead and now Julie is next on the list for things they believe she knows. Now Julie has to find a way out of the mess she is in and it looks like the only one that can save her and extract her from this is Luke Walker. Suddenly Julie finds herself spending a lot more time with Luke when before she did what she could to avoid him. Now Julie is going to have to decide just how much she trusts Luke and if just maybe she has been wrong about love and just needed to find it with the right man.
This is a great story that while it is the second book in the Tall, Dark and Dangerous series it can be read as a stand alone but the reader will get a lot more enjoyment out of the story if they read the whole series. This one will also have readers eagerly awaiting the next book in the series. This one also has enough twists and turns to keep the reader guess just who is who and just who is the bad guy is. This one not to miss.
I give this one 4-1/2 red roses
Posted by Anne Herries Author at 18:31