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.
Book one, Hot Secrets: 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 hands-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.
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"Sex-moralist representation of women"
I have to admit that I stopped listening to this book within an hour or so. If you're like me and you're desperately trying to find a book where female characters are sex-positive and unapologetic about their sexuality then this isn't the book for you. Not only does the female character buy into the "oh my god I'm such a slut for wanting sex" trope, but to add offense to injury, it's the male character that spends time mansplaining why she shouldn't feel that way. Wise-strong-male helps insecure-sheltered-female see the light. If that kind of stuff bothers you, DON'T buy this book.
"Heroine is too stupid for words"
How is this woman an intelligent district attorney? She has been getting threats for weeks and is creeped out but ignores them. Then she falls for Royce after a week or two and hears some woman call him and freaks out. Royce tries to protect her but she never listens to him. She continually puts herself at risk. Honestly I didn't care if she got hurt because she was too dumb to listen to anyone who is trying to protect her. She finds out her father is the one who initially asked him to check out possible threats to her she refuses to listen to anyone including him It was a truly annoying story. Why did he like her?
I'm sorry I wasted my time on this one
"Awful narration.. DNF.."
I'm sorry but when a female sounds just like a man I can't listen to it. I know there's sex in this book and I can't even think about that, unless I'm listening to a gay romance, which I'm not. I don't know who chose this narrator because he's not any good at all. Had he been good I probably bought all the books in the series.
Lauren is talking to Julie at a party and they are talking sooo loud they're real close to yelling. It's ridiculous. Eric Michael Summerer whispered one time otherwise he had no emotion at all. I will not be listening to this narrator again. I prefer male narrators but they have to sound a little feminine when they read.
I gave the narrator 3 stars for Overall and Story to be fair for not finishing.
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