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Summary

Silver Coyle thought she was doing the right thing - see something, say something. Now she finds herself kidnapped, chained to a pipe in the hull of a ship, and on a collision course with death. Her only chance of rescue is from the one man she never wants to see again - Weston Beil - the know-it-all former SEAL. He’s bossy, arrogant, and sexy all wrapped up in a tough-guy package. Untouchable. But that doesn’t stop the man from sending shivers of excitement racing down her spine. 

Weston Beil didn’t want to be right, he didn’t want to say I told you so, but there it was - the beautiful Silver was caught in the middle of a drug war just like he’d warned. The woman was headstrong and stubborn. She tested his limits, pushed his buttons, and set his body on fire. Weston had a plan, he was prepared to use everything in his arsenal to prove to Silver she was his. Only there’s a glitch in Weston’s plan - Silver might not stay alive long enough for him to claim his treasure and convince her he’s fallen in love.

©2021 Riley Edwards (P)2021 Riley Edwards

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  • 08-10-21

Not as good as books 1 and 2

I really enjoyed the first two books in this series, but this one almost felt like it was written by someone else. There was hardly any plot and very little intrigue or action like the other books. The sex scenes felt overdone and too frequent. Less is more. And don't get me started on Westin and Silver. They had no real chemistry, he was overbearing and sexist at times, and she was whiny, insecure, and flip-flopped so many times I got whiplash. All they did was argue about their relationship. I almost didn't finish it, but I love the narrators and I wanted to see what happened with the other characters. I will say that I am giving Alec's Dream a shot and so far I'm liking it.