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  • My favorite of the series!

    The Jameson Force Security series has been one that I have enjoyed from the outset. I can say without a doubt that Code Name: Tiara has jumped to the top of the list in terms of my favorite books from this series. When Jackson Gale learns that his next assignment revolves around the personal protection of a Princess from a small island near Australia, he's less than thrilled. The former Navy SEAL is always up for the adrenaline from a mission and he has a feeling this is going to be anything but that. He's expecting a spoiled, entitled, fussy woman and let me tell you, color him surprised when he actually meets and gets to know her! Camille Winterbourne, who is the Princess of Bretaria and next in line to the throne, is not thrilled that she is going to have new security when she takes her long awaited trip to the United States. She can't understand why her father's typical head of security is not accompanying her and she knows something is up, but she also knows she's being kept in the dark. She's not at all looking forward to spending time with the new bodyguard. As Camille and Jackson get to know one another, it's immediately apparent that neither are what the other thought they would be. Camille is about as low maintenance as one can be and still be a Princess and has the biggest heart. Jackson is very competent at his job and he's very conscious of the decisions he's making given how his father judges his decisions to leave the military and work in the private sector. When the attraction gets to be too great and these two give in, is it going to lead to heartbreak or to something more long-term? There was just something about this book that drew me in from the very beginning. I loved how well matched Camille and Jackson were and I loved that both of them were willing to stand up for what they wanted, regardless the situation. I'd highly recommend this one, and this entire series. I can't wait to read the next member of the team's book!

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  • 4.5 Stars

    4.5 stars! The bodyguard trope is one of my favourites and this one didn’t disappoint. I loved the push and pull of this story and that chemistry was HOT! Another great addition to the series, I can’t wait for more!

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  • Bodyguard Romance

    Can you believe we are at number seven of this series, and each of them is as good as the other? Well that is all credit to SB and her Jameson Force Security universe. One thing with this book, I had to keep reminding myself that it was a fictitious sovereignty and the author can create whatever rules she sees fit for that kingdom, because coming from a country that still has ties to a monarchy, some of the protocols where not usual and seemed a little odd. Once I got that sunk in my head, I could enjoy the story a lot more and revel in what was Camille and Jackson. Jackson Gale is one of the team members at Jameson and he feels he drew the short straw in heading up a team to guard the Princess from Bretaria. He is expecting a spoilt brat, who wants nothing more than to be pampered and go on shopping sprees but is pleasantly surprised with how dedicated and compassionate Camille Winterbourne is, not to forget very laid back as well. The attraction is instant but Jackson is a professional and won't cross any boundaries. Although, once he spends more time with her, their relationship intensifies and gets fiery when they don't hold anything back and take it to the next level. But they both know there is a time factor involved, once they get back to the palace, that's where their involvement ends, or does it? This is a great addition to this series and if you love a bodyguard romance, then you can't go wrong here. We also hear a little bit on the others at Jameson, which I love knowing more and more in that world. Up next is Ladd McDermott and the one that got away from him.

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  • The Princess and the Bodyguard

    4.5 stars 🌟 I really really enjoyed this book. I read it in one sitting and couldn’t put it down. Jackson and Camille were perfect compliments of each other and had amazing chemistry. At first, Jackson had some preconceived notions of what Princess Camille would be like and she quickly blew those all to pieces. They quickly grew to respect and like each other and despite Jackson’s hesitation, their attraction then became too much to ignore. What followed was simultaneously a sweet and smoking hot romance full of emotion, chemistry, humor, and intrigue. Although this book is part of a series, it is truly a standalone and the books can be read in any order. Sawyer Bennett is one of my go to authors and I devour every book she puts out. I highly recommend Code Name: Tiara. You won’t be disappointed. *ARC generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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  • another entertaining read in the series

    Code Name: Tiara is another excellent installment in this author’s Jameson Force Security series! This author consistently writes stories that are interesting, engaging, and original with likable, well developed characters and this novel was no different! Both Jackson and Camille are endearing and I couldn’t help but love them. Jackson isn’t exactly thrilled with his new assignment given his preconceived notions that princesses are spoiled brats. Contrary to his assumptions, Camille is a kind hearted, down to earth woman. I absolutely loved her! As for Jackson, I positively adored him. As an ex-Navy Seal, he takes is job very seriously, but what happens when sparks fly between him and the woman he is supposed to protect? Their attraction towards each other is something that cannot be ignored, but their relationship skirts along the forbidden. Let me tell you that this book is hot! Jackson and Camille have amazing chemistry and there are several scenes where I feared my kindle would melt! This novel has a bit of suspense and a touch of action, but not as much as the previous books in the series. The drama isn’t over the top and the relationship between Camille and Jackson is well done. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the contemporary romantic suspense and I definitely recommend it to those who love romantic suspenses and/or enjoyed the previous novels in the Jameson Force Security world. While Code Name: Tiara is a part of a series, it can be read as a standalone.

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