Friday, 27 March 2015

Hot Secrets (Tall, Dark & Deadly #1) by Lisa Renee Jones


From Goodreads

HOT SECRETS has sex with a capital S for SEXY! ** HOT**There will be sex, there will be hot sex.

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The Walker Brothers…

Tall, dark, and deadly, these three brothers run Walker security. Each brother is unique in his methods and skills, but all share key similarities. They are passionate about those they love, relentless when fighting for a cause they believe in, and all believe that no case is too hard, no danger too dark. Dedication is what they deliver, results are their reward.


Royce Walker, a former FBI Agent, who’s opened a private security firm with his brothers, has always had the hots for the prim, proper Assistant District Attorney, but considered her hand’s off because of a family connection. However, when danger threatens Lauren, he isn’t willing to stand by and watch her get hurt. Now the passion for survival is only rivaled by the passion burning between them. And that passion, might just be the death of them both.

My thoughts

2.5 stars. Better late than never with the review, I read this story back in August 2014.

My thanks to the Publishers and NetGalley for a copy of this story in exchange for an honest review.

When the worlds of Royce Walker (former FBI Agent and currently working alongside his brothers in a newly set up Private Security firm) and Lauren Reynolds (Assistant District Attorney) collide the atmosphere is set to sizzle and the temperatures begin to soar.

Royce has been employed by Lauren's father to protect her, as he suspects things might not be quite right with a case she's working on.

As Royce and Lauren become more involved with one another professionally and personally, the lines between the two become increasingly blurred and Royce becomes a little too protective of Lauren as his feelings for her deepen.

Lisa Renee Jones, is quite a prolific writer and whilst the story wasn't too badly written the development of the characters could have been a little deeper.

This is the first in a series but can easly be read as a standalone. 

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