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    When being in the wrong place is the right thing!

    “Marriage is a contract one enters with good intentions. It helps if you like the other person involved, though.”  So said Em, during her lunch with Rhett; a lunch that would prove to be the catalyst for a drastic change in the trajectory of Rhett's life. It's clear once Rhett arrives in the Redclaw offices that something is off.   Hired despite the fact that she'd shown up for her interview at the wrong place, a place that had no intention of hiring anyone; Rhett wastes no time in learning that Redclaw is not at all what it seems.  Hurtling into her first "assignment" with the agency, Rhett soon learns just what it is about Redclaw that's different. Dean's story is compelling and masterful.  With characters that are not only  interesting but captivating, she ensures that you're invested in their stories.  And are hooked until the very last page.   It's a bumpy ride for sure, full of twists; but it's a ride you won't want to miss.   Bishop Takes Knight is an unputdownable tale that takes the paranormal and makes it matter of fact.  I'm glad I took a chance on this book - it's a bit of a departure for me.  But 2020 is all about expanding my horizons in reading.   I highly recommend you pick this one up too.  [Many thanks to the author for the opportunity to read this book, in conjunction with the Winter Games Reader Challenge.   The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.]
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    Classic screwball comedy!

    Disgraced socialite Rhett Butler is at her wit's end. She needs a job where she can use her skills without her boss getting handsy. When she arrives at Redclaw Security for a job interview, she talks her way into an entry-level position. The first few weeks are pretty normal but all that changes, when Rhett takes down an intruder with claws while rummaging around in the files. Yes, claws. Once she’s briefed on Redclaw’s true business, they give her an assignment: bring in nuclear scientist Peter Knight. He’s grieving the loss of his murdered wife and vows to do anything to bring her killers to justice. Teaming up, Rhett and Peter are a good pair, complete with chemistry. When a cache of artifacts in Redclaw Security’s possession goes missing, Rhett and Peter head to the Hamptons to get them back. Rhett’s in over her head, what with her life endangered and more people after them than she can shake a stick at, she’ll have to use all her skills and talents to protect Peter and retrieve the artifacts. Will she and Peter stay one step ahead of the shifters after them or has the Queen called checkmate? Bishop Takes Knight is a rip-roaring good time with plenty of witty dialogue, suspenseful scenes, a spirited heroine and a surprisingly quick-thinking, handsome hero. This is a paranormal romance with a nice array of shifters including a phoenix. Yes, a phoenix! I love that McKenna Dean added one of my favorite mythical creatures in her shifter universe. I connected with Rhett immediately and her plight. Her best friend, Em, is a great contrast to Rhett with some of the best lines in the book. The suspenseful sub-plot kept me glued to my e-reader as I whipped through the pages. The romance between Rhett and Peter is classic screwball comedy with subtle flirting and subtext. The ending took me by surprise but in a good way. Bishop Takes Knight is a blend of Nick and Nora Charles from The Thin Man series and Alias . I can’t wait for the next book in the series. Highly recommend! My Rating: 5+ stars
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    Bishop Takes Knight

    BISHOP TAKES KNIGHT is the first book in the Redclaw Origins series. Now, I have read two books of the Redclaw Security series, and thoroughly enjoyed them. So I was intrigued by the thought of going back to see where it all began. I was NOT disappointed. This book takes you back to the 1950s, with socialites, and women trying to find their way into work now the men are back. There is so much glamour in this book. I loved it! The story is twisted and intriguing, with plenty of humour and wit to keep you going. Rhett Bishop is full of sass, determined to make her own way and not rely on friend's handouts. Peter Knight thinks he has reached the bottom, only to discover things aren't as bad as he thought. These two end up working together and taking advantage when life hands them opportunities. There are no steamy moments in this book, but don't you worry. There is tension aplenty and you just know they will end together with fireworks. You just don't see anything apart from one kiss. Trust me, this is absolutely perfect, and exactly as it should be in this book. This book was the 'living end' that I devoured in one sitting. Between Delilah and the flaming chicken, I couldn't put it down. I really can't recommend this highly enough, and I can't wait for the next book. Just read it. You'll see what I mean!
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