4/5 review copy Romantic Suspense

Review: All or Nothing by Dixie Lee Brown


About the book:

Someone wants Cara Sinclair dead. One minute she’s halfheartedly enjoying an Oregon Coast casino, and the next she’s being chased by hit men. Rescued by a total stranger, Cara must decide whether she can trust her safety to this Joe Reynolds and his team of ruthless mercenaries. The more time she spends with Joe, the more her desire for him grows. But can he truly protect her, or is she placing them all in mortal danger?

Joe agreed to protect Cara as a promise to a dying man. He never expected to feel such heat between them, or her total lack of faith in him. Now he must convince her that her only hope lies with him. Because Joe is starting to realize that he won’t be satisfied with just saving her life . . . now, he wants it all.

ALL OR NOTHING is made up of one action-packed page after another. Cara’s life is crap. Lots of different people want to hurt her and just when she thinks she is safe she finds out someone else is waiting to come after her. I liked Cara a lot. Even though tons of bad stuff is piled on top of her, she comes out of it stronger and willing to go after what she wants. Joe is one sexy mercenary. He sets out to prove that Cara isn’t innocent, but quickly falls under her spell and finds himself protecting her at all costs. I loved the combination of Joe and Cara. She made him seem more human and he allows her to be strong when she needs to be and to fall apart when she has to. Their relationship evolves slowly and Joe lets Cara set the pace. Because of the abuse in her past he doesn’t push her for anything she isn’t willing to give and understands when she has setbacks in her ability to trust him one hundred percent. Once I got to understand the characters this book flew and kept me up way into the night reading. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.

the book girl gives ALL OR NOTHING a 4/5

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