One More Night with You by Lisa Marie Perry
The Blue Dynasty
Releases: March 1, 2016
Loving him is a dangerous job…
Former DEA agent Josephine de la Peña loved Zaf Ahmadi once—and she's got the bullet scar to prove it. No wonder she holds a grudge against her hacker ex. But now, just as Joey's preparing for a new job with the Las Vegas Slayers, Zaf reappears, insisting she's in danger. The sexual pull between them is still as intense, and liable to hurt more than any gunshot.
Even if Joey could forgive him for the botched drug bust that got her injured, Zaf can't forgive himself. Obsessively hunting for the criminals who killed his cousin warped his judgment. To protect Joey, he suggests he pose as her boyfriend. As long as he can keep emotional distance, he can keep her safe. Until the case presents him with a choice: pursue the vengeance he craves—or try to turn one smoldering night into so much more…
This is a wonderfully written book that incorporates love, and a bit of suspense. I loved the crime undertones in this book and enjoyed the danger aspects of it too. All of this together make it a very intriguing read that will keep you entertained for hours until you are ready to put down the book. Along with the plot, the characters are very well written too. I loved the feistiness of the heroine of this story. She is quite a clever character but readers can feel her vulnerability as well. Finally, the hero of this story is easy to love. While it is pretty clear that he is a tortured soul, readers can’t help but fall in love with him. He is strong, has edge, and is quite swoon worthy!
Overall this is a great book and I look forward to reading more books by the author in the future. If you’re looking for a romance that is a bit different than the lovey, dovey, insta love type read than I strongly suggest checking this one out. It is unique, well rounded, and very enjoyable.
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