Book Review – Dangerous

Published 27/07/2013 by leannecrabtree

dangerous

Name: Dangerous

Author: Jax

Genre: Futuristic, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy

Release Date: 5th September 2013

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

A body that won’t quit
Clothes that are barely there
Eyes that openly invite him to take what he wants

Devon Candler is nothing like the helpless, vulnerable woman Liam expected when he agreed to provide security for her secluded Catskill Mountain estate. Yet her life is at risk. Her enemies monsters. Her secrets devastating.

Liam Nash is a trained killer who takes no prisoners, fears no man. But to him this woman is seductively, devastatingly. . .

Dangerous.

Something caught me early on with this. It was probably Liam’s “I-know-I’m-good-and-don’t-need-to-prove-it” mentality. The way nothing phased him until he met Devon Candler and everything went right out the window.

Devon could literally be the definition of sex and though she wants Liam she tries to resist him. You cant help but like her, really, with her tough chick attitude. She could certainly look after herself and designed some bad-ass weapons.

That being said, I have to admit I got a little bored in places. It might have been all the description, which I’m not that big a fan of, or the really long paragraphs (also not a fan of) and kept putting it down the more we got into the story, just wanting the plot to hurry up and play out. Don’t get me wrong. It’s a good book and I’m glad I read it but there wasn’t any introduction to the new world we were in, that’s my only problem with it apart from the above-mentioned things but they relate to me personally.

It was certainly something a little different to what I normally read and I honestly did enjoy it.

If you like something futuristic with paranormal vibes then this is probably right up your street. Add a splash of romance and you’re all set for an intense journey.

Next review(s): Bound by Night or Charming

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