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Sonntag, 4. März 2018

Collision Point (Brute Force #1) by Lora Leigh - BLOGTOUR #CollisionPoint #NetGalley

  

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 Collision Point by Lora Leigh



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Blurb: 

 Riordan “Rory” Malone is a force to be reckoned with. A member of the Brute Force Protection Agency and an operative working with the Elite Ops, Rory is the fiercest of warriors and protectors. Honed from the strong Irish stock of their grandfather and sharpened to a razor’s edge, Malone men live for one single purpose: to protect the women who own them, body and soul. From the moment he saw Amara Resnova, he knew she could be that woman.

But Amara, daughter of an alleged notorious crime lord, is a force in her own right. When she betrays her father, she’s finds herself in the arms of a man who is dangerous for her body and soul.

Can Rory keep Amara safe while protecting his own heart? Can Amara trust Rory not to break hers even as the danger mounts, threatening to take them and their passion to a breaking point?



This book might have fared better if I had realized that it was a spin-off of the Elite Ops series by this author. The first, well, quite many pages, I was just trying to find out what exactly happens and why  - and why it doesn't really make sense.
I can deal with the somewhat mystic parts but sometimes it felt as if there was just lots of steam. Enough at least that it might have fueled an engine full of action but somehow a lot happened without anything really happening.

When Rory comes back into Amara's life he just takes over and all others seem to somehow step back and let him. Amara is suffering from a memory loss after a traumatizing experience where Rory also almost lost his life. It took me a long time to understand who is who and what role they are playing in the book especially as Amara's father is very protective as well but negates the fact that somebody is after her despite several attempts on her life. Rory is working his way back into her be...uhm...life and her father is ...well.... okay with it. Or not.

Even though the story itself was good, it couldn't fully captivate me and I was sometimes a bit frustrated with this book. As I said, I think it might have been different if I had known the Elite Ops books, without that I was missing too much and tended to get lost.
If you know the Elite Ops series and love lots and lots of steamy scenes this book might be a good choice for you. On the whole, it was well written and had an interesting plot as well as interesting characters.




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