Thursday, March 16, 2017

Take Me Harder (Texas Bounty)

Take Me Harder (Texas Bounty) by Jackie Ashenden

Take Me Harder (Texas Bounty) by [Ashenden, Jackie]

An ex-con with a bad-boy reputation falls for his childhood sweetheart—a good-girl cop chasing a ruthless killer—as the Texas Bounty series gets steamier than the Lone Star State.
Rush Redmond never expected freedom to taste so bittersweet. He spent eight years in jail doing someone else’s time, and for what? As an ex-con, Rush can’t work as a bounty hunter like his brothers—not in Texas. Better to drown his sorrows with a stiff drink and soft curves. Too bad the temptation he craves is a redhead with a badge: Ava St. George. Once upon a time, Rush would’ve done anything for the sheriff’s innocent daughter. Now he’s fighting the urge to let her sweet-talk him into some trouble he can’t afford.
Even though she’s a cop, Ava knows that sometimes justice means pushing the boundaries of the law. To track down her mother’s killer, she turns to the man with the county’s criminal underworld in his little black book. The boy she knew is still drop-dead gorgeous, with panty-dropping charm as smooth as his smile. But his sculpted arms and the menacing gleam in his eyes scream “Don’t mess with me.” Yet Ava needs Rush more than ever—in more ways than one.


5.0 out of 5 stars dark bad guys who aren't badMarch 16, 2017
This review is from: Take Me Harder (Texas Bounty) (Kindle Edition)
I've read 2 of the 3 books in this so far, and both, have blown me away. They are suspenseful, yet romantic. The plot is not overshadowed by the romantic tension. That's hard to do in a book like this. You either get great plot and weak romance, or lots of sex and weak plot. This author has found a great middle ground that makes these books enjoyable! You have strong women, strong men, and lots of fireworks! The dark, screwed up bad guy who's really good, the woman who believes in him, this book is not only stand alone, which is great in a series like this, where you can bounce around and not feel lost, but it pulls you in. You don't want to put it down or walk away. It's one of those reads that you keep saying, one more page, until the end! I promise, it won't disappoint!
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