Within His Sight

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Within His Sight

Mary Wickes has good reasons for not wanting to get involved with a cop, no matter how sexy he is. And Dace Banovic is the sexiest thing she’s ever seen. So due to her inability to not react to him she decides to move someplace else and get a job outside of law enforcement. When they’re thrown together by friends Dace suggest they at least try to get along. She agrees they may be able to be friends, but that’s all. Then he kisses her and she knows there’s no way she can be just his friend.
 
Dace isn’t about to let Mary leave without at least finding out why she was leaving. He knows that she doesn’t want to get involved with a cop. That goes double for SWAT, which puts him out of the running. He should respect her wishes, but she’d been driving him crazy for the past six months. He kisses her and things quickly escalate between them. He knows he’ll never be able to walk away, now he just needs to get her to see it too.
 
This story had plenty of action and drive. The characters were realistic and I wanted to see them get together in the end. If alpha males are your thing, this is for you.

Book Blurb for Within His Sight

Women respond to a man's testosterone without any thought...

Tainted by bad memories of past betrayal, Mary Wickes knows getting involved with SWAT team member Dace “Hard Man” Banovic would be a big mistake. Yet working with him for six months at the sheriff's department has proven that her hormones don’t care what she thinks--only what she wants.

Men respond to a woman's softness without any thought...

Dace is puzzled by Mary's avoidance tactics, and although he's tried to ignore the powerful attraction he feels for her, he can't help wanting to learn everything about the woman he's desired for months.

When danger comes, sometimes it takes a special man and woman to see it through to the end...

When a hostage situation forces them to confront their fears, Mary and Dace must find the courage to face the feelings they’ve tried so hard to deny.

 


Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2008 4.00