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  • Lives up to a reread!

    4 stars — It’s been a LONG time since I read this one, back when it was a Harlequin Romance Suspense, and I even think I still have it on paperback somewhere…or else I loaned it to someone. I remember really enjoying this series, and that this one in particular was my favourite. It definitely still entertained, but I can’t help but want to reread them all to see if it’s still my fave, or if I’ve changed enough to identify with other characters more…hmmm. I think one of the reasons I enjoyed this book so much is Zoe. She is the epitome of sassy and feisty, strong and independent, but also vulnerable and with a heart of gold. I loved watching her stand up for herself, even to Aidan, and fight to show her worth. It was a strange mix with her over sense of guilt and shame and worthlessness. She was fun, and she was real, and she kept me smiling at the craziest times. Aidan was a pretty great book boy himself. I mean, he doesn’t start off on the right foot with his emotions pulled back and his overzealous anger at Zoe just because of her job. But I think that’s what makes watching her get under his skin and melt his walls that much more satisfying. And I have to admit, watching a guy get told off by a strong female, and actually understanding her point of view and trying to change? Hella sexy. Obviously they had this great push and pull chemistry, *almost* enemies to lovers in a way (at least from Aidan’s perspective). And the heightened sense of danger definitely fast forwarded their feelings, but I was fine with that. As with so many romantic suspense books, I sometimes wonder about the reality of the situations they are in…but it wasn’t over the top unbelievable. And I appreciated that the author included some great moments addressing domestic violence/abuse and getting help (especially with the author’s note at the end). And while we didn’t get to spend a ton of time with secondary characters, I really loved the O’Rourke family, and rereading this one just made me want to reread them all, so I’d call it a success.

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