Thursday, February 8, 2018
Book Review: Wicked Attraction (The Protector #2) by Megan Hart
Title: Wicked Attraction (The Protector #2)
Author: Megan Hart
Stars: 3 stars
This isn't a stand alone novel and the cliffhanger will pull some readers in and leaving others uninterested.
The story doesn't seem to flow well many times leave readers wondering if the are missing a part of the story in editing or if the author did it on purpose.
Many times I flipped though the pages finding the information repetitive or boring. Megan Hart also tries hard to make the story very political but ends up leaving readers wondering which side of the debt the author is on. Ewan and Nina have so much push and pull and emotions that do not make any since when they end up in bed it isn't a shock and really isn't interesting because it was a given.
Wicked Attraction lacks forces, leaving readers lost and at time bored.
Thank you to Netgelley and the publisher Swerve for the advance copy
A female bodyguard with enhanced abilities. A billionaire playboy committed to destroying people like her. A romance they didn’t expect…
Dive into the second book in this fantastic new series set in the near future from New York Times bestselling author Megan Hart!
Ewan Donahue has made a lot of mistakes, but making Nina Bronson want to leave him has been the worst. With the initial threats on his life out of the way, he doesn’t really need her protection, but hiring her to take care of him again is the only way to get her back in his life. When Nina shows up ready to work —and nothing else — Ewan’s determined to win her back. If he can break through the walls his earlier betrayal built, maybe they can have another shot at love. When it turns out that this time, it’s Nina who’s being targeted for danger and possibly death, Ewan’s the one who has to keep her safe.
Expected publication: February 6th 2018 by Swerve
About The Author:
Megan Hart has written in almost every genre of romantic fiction, including historical, contemporary, romantic suspense, romantic comedy, futuristic, fantasy and perhaps most notably, erotic. She also writes non-erotic fantasy and science fiction, as well as continuing to occasionally dabble in horror.
--from the author's website
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