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    Emotionally charged!

    Grace’s husband died six months ago while serving his country. At least that’s what she thought. Lucas, her husband’s friend, has been sent to protect her from some extremely dangerous people. I loved how this couple start out not liking each other and as the story progresses, so does their mutual respect and ultimately, love. It’s a book that is in constant motion emotionally as they work out their own personal issues. The fact that Lucas was so icy cold and yet Grace was able to thaw him so completely was the greatest selling point in this story. With a background like his I would be surprised if he wasn’t iced over. Grace is struggling just to prove to herself that she’s talented and worthy. She’s a strong heroine but not afraid to accept the help that is being offered to her. Well, after he talks her into it anyway. I’ve struggled with the last couple of books by this author but this one reminded me why I keep reading her. This hit the bullseye, dead center! This is an honest review of an advanced copy provided by NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press. Dual POV Safe – no ow/om drama Possible Triggers – heroine is attacked but not in a sexual manner Epilogue – not for this couple but sets up next book
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    Great read

    The wild and crazy mind of Jackie Ashenden is back at it with this second book in the Tate Brothers series. The way this author can craft a story and create characters that are flawed but real always intrigues me and this one is no different. It has the perfect mix of passion and suspense which kept me turning page after page. Lucas Tate is a stone cold killer. Being a sniper for an elite SEAL team has taught him to do what needs to be done and move on. He plans on protecting Grace Riley in exactly the same way. Easier said than done. His attraction to Grace is unwanted. She is the widow of a former teammate and should be off limits. Staying away from her while keeping her safe proves to be the hardest thing he's ever tried to do. A great read that I highly recommend to everyone.
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    The Wicked Billionaire

    The second Tate Brothers book is an intense and passionate read that kept me glued to the pages from beginning to end. Lucas and Grace are solid, compelling characters that both have some emotional issues that has them shying away from love but they can’t help exploring the chemistry that burns strong and hot between them. Readers can easily relate to both characters and can’t help becoming caught up in their story as Lucas fights to protect Grace. The plot is complex, faced paced and multi-layered as it also includes an enemy that seems to have it out for all of the Tate Brothers as well as the bad guys that are after Grace which makes the story full of adrenaline pumping suspense that keeps readers on the edge of their seats as bad guys, surprising twists and emotional turmoil fill the pages. This is the first book in this series that I have read and I had no trouble picking up on the overall plot that involves all three brothers, so the books can be read out of order. While this is the first book in this series it is not the first book by Jackie Ashenden, so I wasn’t surprised that I really enjoyed reading The Wicked Billionaire and of course I am going to have to go back and read The Dangerous Billionaire while I am waiting for The Undercover Billionaire to come out.
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    Fantastic!

    Every time I think, no more billionaire stories, along comes one that is so well done I have to eat my words. The Wicked Billionaire by Jackie Ashenden is one of those eat your words books. Ms Ashenden has given us a book that is well-written. The characters in this book are absolutely phenomenal. A perfect fit for this book. Lucas and Grace's story is loaded with suspense, humor, drama and smokin' hot sexy bits. This book hooked me at page one and kept me wrapped up in it till the last page. I loved The Wicked Billionaire and look forward to reading more from Jackie Ashenden in the future. The Wicked Billionaire is book 2 of the Tate Brothers Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read an Advance Reader Copy of this book that I received from NetGalley.
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    Guardian Protector

    Grace Riley is a struggling artist who has just lost her military husband Griffin. Lucas Tate is a sniper and was best friends with Griffin until his death. Grace is a very emotionally grounded soul whose paintings express these qualities. When Lucas' father passes he is given a letter telling him to protect Grace. Her husband was involved in some shady dealings that are coming to knock on her door. Not much action involved until near the end. Redeeming is the Icy Lucas getting melted by Grace's heat. Kind of a stand-alone but feel some of the character disappearances are explained in prior Tate Brothers installments. "A copy of this book was provided by St. Martin's Press via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read and my comments here are my honest opinion."
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