A Harmless Little Ruse by Meli Raine – Review

reviewA Harmless Little Ruse

Synopsis

She has no idea what she’s doing. Loose cannons never hit their targets.

And they take out plenty of collateral damage.

Four years ago Lindsay experienced the unspeakable right before me, and I couldn’t stop them.

But that’s all changed now.

When her father, Senator Bosworth, contacted me to ask — demand — that I protect her, it was a second chance. A shot at redemption.

An opportunity to right an unspeakable wrong.

Controlling Lindsay as she seeks her revenge on the monsters who hurt her won’t be hard.

Containing my own out-of-control feelings for Lindsay and keeping up this ruse of cold-blooded distance will be.

Even harder than admitting to her what really happened that night four years ago.

It turns out I don’t have to, though.

Someone else did it for me.

And I’ll make sure they regret it.

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Woah. What did I just read? That was incredible and crazy and intriguing and maddening all at the same time. This book felt like you were watching a very intense movie unfolding right in front of your eyes. There were so many revelations and craziness that unfolded in this book it was hard to put it down. Reading Drew’s cold military perspective was so different than the wide range of emotions that Lindsay’s book held it was a refreshing change of pace. It was even more intense and engaging than the last book and I cannot wait to see how this whole series concludes.

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About the Author

Meli Raine writes romantic suspense with hot bikers, intense undercover DEA agents, bad boys turned good, and Special Ops heroes — and the women who love them.

Meli rode her first motorcycle when she was five years old, but she played in the ocean long before that. She lives in New England with her family.

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