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    Untouchable

    I was very intrigued with the opening of Untouchable, but I felt like after that it took a bit too long for the plot to gain substance. It took a while to figure out what exactly was going on, who Sofia was, and what the problems she faced were. This made it a bit difficult for me to feel a connection with her for the first part of the story. Once things got going though, Cindy really picked up the pace and the suspense of Untouchable. Against the odds, Sofia and Logan come together. Soon they are in a race against time to find Sofia's son, and at the same time battling an intense desire for one another. Both of these characters were strong willed, so it was interesting to follow along with them. Logan is protective and determined to help Sofia, despite the conflicts he faces. Sofia is scared, but strong and brave, and does not want Logan's help. I liked these two but I didn't feel a strong connection to them. The plot is good, and there is a lot going on. I was interested to see how things would end up, especially for Sofia and her son since her ex-husband is a mobster. Finishing with a faster pace than it started with, I felt ok with the ending of Untouchable.
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    Excellent

    A fast paced romantic suspense story that was completely intriguing. Very well written with great characters and story line. Twists and turns in the story keep you reading well into the night! Sofia is the ex-wife of a mob boss (can that really happen?) but she knows she will never really be rid of her ex. All she wants to do is raise her son but being followed constantly by the FBI and a bodyguard her ex insists on make that difficult. When her son is kidnapped she is desperate to find him and finds herself relying on FBI agent Logan Stone. Logan has been trailing Sofia for some time and finds himself unwisely drawn to her. When her son goes missing what else can he do but help her?? I highly recommend this one!
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    LOVED!

    LOVED this book! It's non-stop action from the very first page when Dez finds herself in the middle of a setup. As people are dying around her, her only thought it to survive and find the boy at the center of everything. Dez finds the boy and Mick and soon they're fleeing for their lives. Unfortunately, what seems like the safest place is also a step back in time for Dez. She left home as a teenager and never looked back for a reason and those reasons are about to inflict themselves on her current circumstances. As they're protecting the boy, both Dez and Mick are dealing with the sparks flying between them and wondering if they should act on them. Their relationship most definitely heats up and adds spice to their circumstances. Fans of the genre will love this book. It's fast paced, entertaining, and had me turning pages just as quickly as possible. While it's part of a series, this is a stand alone novel. The author is on my must read authors' list.
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    Enjoyed it!

    The blurb of this book was what got me interested, especially the whole mob angle and had me wondering how two people from opposites sides of the law would handle the fireworks between them. Sofia Capri is the ex-wife of a mob boss who somehow managed to get herself out of her marriage and also get full custody of her son, something that rarely happens in such circles. The only thing is she's now stuck between worlds, a pariah in the mob world but unable to find her place outside it, under constant surveillance by both the mob and the Feds; she is completely isolated, with no family, friends or confidants. All she has is her son, Eli. This has been her life for the last two years but she knows that her ex-husband is only bidding his time until he makes a move and she's got plans in place to secure her safety and that of her son when he gets kidnapped. Now she will do anything, bend the law and in fact break it to make sure that her son is safe. FBI agent Logan Stone has been assigned to watch Sofia for the last two years and inadvertently gets his cover blown when Sofia's son is kidnapped. Eli's kidnapping stirs up painful memories of another little boy that he was not able to rescue and he is determined to see that Eli gets back home safely, even if it means he has to bend the very laws he has sworn to uphold. Sofia has lived through hell and become very adept at subterfuge, always on guard, always prepared but this is beyond her abilities and she reluctantly accepts Logan's help. This is where it gets really interesting because while Logan is upstanding and willing to follow the law, Sofia knows that the people they are up against have no such limitations. They soon find themselves embroiled in a mob turf war, with Eli as the bargaining chip. The question becomes how far is Logan willing to bend to help Sofia and how will he react to her moral flexibility as they rush to find Eli? The suspense and mystery were very well written and I absolutely enjoyed UNTOUCHABLE. Sofia's fear for her son and her overwhelming love for him are so obvious that it's easy to understand her actions, even the questionable ones and her less-than smart decisions. Logan is selfless and determined and a very clear example of how easy it can be for even the most law-abiding and morally upright person to become flexible in life-and-death situations. Romantic suspense is my favorite genre and most times I get so sucked in by the action that I can overlook things that don't add up. As much as I enjoyed reading UNTOUCHABLE, there were a few issues and inconsistencies that stood out, but not so much that they affected my enjoyment of the book. For a newbie author, Ms. Skaggs did well and I look forward to more books in this series. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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