Christmas Awards 2011

Sunday, 4 August 2013

Mine To Take

Mine To Take by Cynthia Eden

Publisher: Cynthia Eden

June 2013

ISBN: 978-0-98555-447-7

Pages: 151

Contemporary, Chicago & New York City

Skye Sullivan knows she is being watched and stalked by someone. Months ago Skye was in a car accident that ended her dancing career and sent her back to Chicago.  Skye is afraid that her stalker will not stop until he kills her and she is convinced that he was behind her accident. 

After someone breaks into her apartment in Chicago Skye turns to the one person she is sure that can protect her.  Trace Weston, the man that was once her lover until he pushed her away and when he joined the military he completely vanished from her life.  After that she put all of her emotions into dancing in an effort to forget him and get on with her life.

Trace is now one of most successful and rich men in the United States.  He agrees to protect Skye from the danger following her but he wants more than to just be a bodyguard to her.  He wants her and is determined to have her.  He isn’t the same as he was years ago, when he was just a poor kid from the streets.  He now has the power and wealth to have anything or anyone he wants. And what he wants is Skye, the one woman he let go years ago.  This time he is determined to keep her.

The stalker is getting closer and proving to be someone that knows Skye all too well.  His attacks are getting more dangerous and if Skye trusts the wrong person it could be a fatal mistake. 

This story will have readers guessing just who the stalker is.  With plenty of suspects to chose from and the twists that this one takes it will have readers eagerly reading to see what will happen next.  The action is non-stop and the suspense keeps this moving along at a fast pace and will not disappoint the reader.  This is another great book by this author that is sure to make her an auto-buy for many readers.  The characters are well written and are three dimensional and will have readers completely able to relate to them.  This is one that proves to be a fast read no matter the number of pages.  It is one that will prove to be very hard to put down once readers start it.

I give this one 5 red roses   

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