Want Me by Cynthia Eden
Publisher: Hocus Pocus Publishing, Inc.
Contemporary, Romantic Suspense
Sophie Sarantos doesn’t play it safe. Her weakness is dangerous men. She doesn’t like her lovers to be safe, she likes them with a rough, wild edge. Though this time Sophie may have attracted a lover that is too dangerous. Too dangerous even for her. Sophie is being stalked by someone that has the ability to slip into her home and that watches her night and day. It is someone that seems to know all of Sophie’s secrets, even her darkest ones. Secrets that should never be revealed.
Lex knows all about secrets because he has his own. He also doesn’t play at all. Lex knows that he is going to have to stop acting like a gentleman when it comes to Sophie especially as his feelings for her are growing stronger. He is instead going to have to show Sophie the true man underneath. The man that has been trained to kill. One that is used to facing evil. Lex is also willing to take any risk so that he can claim Sophie for his own.
Lex truly wants only one thing in this world, one person and that is Sophie. He is also determined that no one will hurt her ever on his watch.
This is the next book in a trilogy that gets even better with the second book in the series. The trilogy makes more sense if it is read in order as they are linked and intertwined together and the second book takes place shortly after the first book ends. The action is even more prevalent in this story than in the first book and that is hard to believe. The suspense builds until the explosive end and makes for a story that is addictive. It will also have readers eagerly awaiting the next book so they can see what will happen next. The author manages to continually amaze with each story that she writes. This will also have readers that are new to this author wanting to check out more books by her. It will also have readers counting down the days until the third book is released. For readers that enjoy romantic suspense this is one series to definitely read.
Received a review copy
I give this one 5 red roses