Monday, November 29, 2010

Lora Leigh- Dangerous Games


Navy SEAL Clint “Iceman” McIntire didn’t earn his nickname by being a coward. Or a quitter. Having crushed an infamous drug cartel in Colombia, Clint was nothing short of an American hero. Now he’s home, on a much needed leave, but instead of some R&R, he finds himself neck-deep in trouble with his best friend’s little sister, Morganna Chavez, the only woman who has the power to bring him to his knees. . .
Morganna has been secretly working with the DEA to uncover a thriving date-rape-drug, which leads her to a shadowy faction that is more deadly than anything her team has ever encountered. Now it’s up to Clint to keep this beautiful, determined agent out of harm’s way, even while the passion between them threatens to consume them. Soon Clint’s greatest mission will be not just keeping Morganna safe, but getting her into his arms and never letting go.
My Thoughts: In most of the series I've read there have been at least one book that has to do with BDSM and Dom/Sub(s) but let me tell you, this book was a doosie- Clint started out a hardass and ended up a hardass except a female had him by the balls by the end and he likes it! For years he played a game of cat and mouse with Morganna, only giving her a few stolen kisses and touches here and there after she turned 18. He knew she was head over heels in love with him, she told him enough, but he kept running from her. His past kept him from getting close to anyone and even though they knew each other their whole lives she still didn't know his deepest darkest secrets. These secrets and his need to control everything and everyone led him into the Dom/Sub lifestyle. Little did he know that Morganna had a secret life she was keeping from him and her brother, Reno. Clint finding Morganna in a Bondage Club shocked him all the way to his bones, learning that she was undercover didn't help with his shock or his fierce need to protect her. This book is full of overprotective men, strong women and a little backstabbing danger but it was a good read.
My Rating: 4

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