Adult Romance

Trigger by LP Dover (Book Review)

4.5 of 5

Adult Romance/Thriller/Suspense

ARC provided for an honest review.

Preston “Trigger”  Hale is an assassin. He was devastated after his mother and sister’s gruesome murders and when he witnesses a young women being abused something snaps within him. He completely changes, making it his job to rid society of these nasty individuals. People who kill, rape and abuse have no right to live. To pursue this new lifestyle he must leave behind everything he once knew, especially her, Emma. Years later, when he encounters her at his employers’, he can’t let her back into his life but now she’s in danger and everything changes once again.

Emma once knew Preston. They were friends and and band mates but then one day everything changed and Preston left. Having to forget and move on, Emma finds a job as a personal assistant for Glenn Chandler. The job is easy and pays well. Life is good until Preston walks through her employer’s door. Worst of all, he claims to not remember her. He’s lying and she knows it. Besides having to dealing with a handsome man she once knew, she has no clue what he does for a living. Secrets can be deadly.

Wow! Talk about a nail biting/sitting on the edge of your seat read! This book has so much more than a hot romance…it’s a thriller that will keep you guessing to the very end. I was surprised! After reading the blurb, I thought this story would be a quick and enjoyable ready (and it was!), I didn’t realize how thrilling, suspenseful and detailed this story was going to be. I really enjoyed it!

Trigger and Emma have an interesting past. They once knew each other and I would have really loved to have “seen” more of that before they parted ways. I think that would have helped build up the story and their relationship even more. Besides that, I really enjoyed the moment that they “meet” each other again. They had amazing chemistry and some really great banter!

Trigger ebook releases Feb 6th! Preorder on Amazon HERE – Only 99 cents right now!

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