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She’s got probable cause to make her move . . .
Danika Silva can’t stand Lt. Greer Burns. Her roommate’s older brother may be sexy as hell, but he’s also a cold, unfeeling robot. She just wants to graduate and forget about her scowling superior. But when a dangerous mistake lands Danika on probation—under Greer’s watch—she’s forced to interact with the big, hulking jerk. Call him daily to check in? Done. Ride shotgun in his cruiser every night? Done. Try not to climb into his giant, muscular lap and kiss him? Umm…
Greer doesn’t let anything—or anyone—distract him from the job. Except lately, all he can think about is Danika. He’s wanted the beautiful, cocky recruit since the moment he saw her. But she’s reckless and unpredictable, and Greer is painfully aware of what can happen when an officer doesn’t follow the rules. Probation seemed like a good idea, but now Danika’s scent is in his car and he’s replayed her voicemails twenty times. Christ, he’s a goner.
Danika’s melting Greer’s stone-cold exterior one ride-along at a time. Being together could have sma
And I am thinking . . .
I am still turning the pages. I have been delighted with this series since reading Indecent Exposure. The characters in the series are charming and endearing.
I was happy to see that in this installment we get to see Danika's
love story. I enjoyed her character and looked forward to reading
Disturbing His Peace mainly because I could see how she kind
of got under Greer's skin. Poor guy he didn't have a chance.
I am expecting to finishing reading today.
I am looking forward to turning the last page and see what/who's story will be next in this series.
I received a complimentary copy from Pure Textuality.
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