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    Very entertaining

    Finally out from under her father's overprotective thumb, Ivy Danforth is traveling around Australia experiencing life. Her last goal before returning home is having some fun sexy times. Hopefully with the hunky bouncer working at the same bar she is. Seth Rodrigo owes his life to Ivy's father. For that reason he agreed to keep an eye on her while she's away from home. All he has to do is keep his libido under control and not let her know anything about his connection to her father. Everything is going well until they witness a crime and are forced into protective custody. Alone. In a hotel room. With a huge bed..... This was a very entertaining read. Loved the characters. Bits of the story were pretty predictable though but overall a good read.
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    The heat is on

    This book is # 8 in The Men of The Zodiac series. While each book in this series can be read as a standalone novel, it is a lot of fun reading them in order. Ivy met Dean working at the bar where she is spending her time escaping from her father. In a couple weeks time, she will go home and work at the place he has selected for her. The bar they are at is in a bad neighborhood, and owned by shady men. Dean AKA Seth is there to protect Ivy without her knowledge. Seth is struggling with watching over Ivy. He does not want to have feelings for her. He owes her father a debt and needs to complete this assignment without flaws. Only problem? He is so attracted to her, she is all he sees! Reading this book felt like watching an old movie. I loved the interaction. I enjoyed every tease. This book has some amazing and epic moments! ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley.com and its publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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    Love - Bodyguard Style

    Army brat, Ivy Danforth is breaking out from under her father's military style over protective surveillance. Spending the summer away from home for a few weeks, having fun with her bestie and hopefully hooking up with a hottie, is at the top of her to do list. But 20+ years of living in a certain way has made her cautious about giving away a precious part of herself. She is crushing heavily on Dean, a bouncer at the club where she works but she can't muster up enough courage to approach him and time is running out. Dean is actually on assignment, playing watchdog for her father and concealing a lot more than his attraction to Ivy. But it all blows up when they both witness a murder and a hit is put out on them. Now they are both stuck together, in protective custody, in close proximity to each other and the chemistry is explosive. It's only when Dean or rather Seth realizes that he's going to lose Ivy, that he realizes what he's feeling for her is a lot more than just attraction and he's willing to risk the Colonel's wrath just for a chance to tell Ivy how he really feels, Free copy provided in exchange for an honest review
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    enjoyed this bodyguard romance!

    I really enjoyed this bodyguard romance, with Seth (posing as Dean the bouncer at the bar Ivy works for) having the responsibility to keep an eye on Ivy at the request of her Colonel father. That this man saved Seth's life in Afghanistan means he owes him a debt he feels he can never repay - though it also makes his daughter off limits. This doesn't stop the attraction he feels for her though. But when he has to keep her safe from a killer and go into seclusion with her, how long can he keep his hands off her, when she makes it clear she's willing to go all in? Ivy was a friendly and fun girl with a bit of a shy side due to her lack of sexual experience but her advances towards Seth continually get turned away, much to her embarrassment. Seth is torn being doing the right thing and doing what he wants to do, and eventually he throws caution to the winds and this results in some steamy scenes between them. I appreciated that Seth didn't take his responsibility lightly and that he gave resisting her the old college try. But once things go farther, he's also willing to stand up for her and their relationship with her father. It was a fairly light and flirty romance with minimal angst, a bit of a suspense plot for the purposes of creating the circumstances for them to end up together, and an eventual happy ever after. 4 stars.
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    The Colonel's Daughter is a pleasing read.

    Not really sure how I feel about The Colonel's Daughter. Normally I love Amy Andrews. Ms. Andrews brings fresh, unexpected and amusing stories and characters to whatever she writes. This read was all of those things. The mishaps and antics were funny, Seth was sexy and the story flowed nicely. Could not say the same for Ivy. I rotated between amused and irritated. I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review. The Colonel's Daughter is a pleasing read. I just was not a fan of Ivy.
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