Personal Protection was a great read. Sam and Rosie have chemistry between them but Sam won't act on it because she is his employee. Rosie feels like he might feel the same about her but she can't tell. Sam is being threatened by a stalker and so his people put bodyguards on him. Rosie is one. At this point the chemistry starts to get stronger and harder to ignore. Sam decides to make a move.
Sam and Rosie are great characters. I fell in love with them from the very beginning. They are well written and very real. Sam is very stubborn and can be a little annoying with the way that he handles things. Rosie is trying to not get hurt and to protect Sam. This story is really well written. I loved the storyline. It flows smoothly and holds the readers’ attention very easily. I was drawn in the very beginning until the very end. The sex is explicit and fairly frequent. There are plenty of emotions involved. They have known each other for years. There is plenty of action in this story. There are also twists and turns that keep the reader guessing. It is part of a series but the previous books do not need to be read to read this one. Some of the characters are in both books but there is not a huge crossover from that story to this one.
She can cover him with one hand tied behind her back. Maybe two.
Sam Watson excels at keeping other people safe. Now a stalker is targeting him, but so what? A few doctored photos and a couple threatening phone calls are no big deal. He can watch his own back. Then again, the view from behind the sexy spitfire assigned to protect him isn’t so bad…
Rosalinda Ramos has managed to keep her attraction to Hauberk Security’s owner tightly under wraps. It’s just as well he doesn’t know. One slip—in the bedroom or on the job—will cost her her heart and her career, so she’s got only one thing on her mind. Protect Sam, whether he wants it or not.
The stakes—and the heat—rise exponentially when she discovers Sam belongs to an exclusive sex club—one she must investigate for potential suspects. Suddenly she finds herself immersed in a world that pushes her boundaries.
Sam delights in leading Rosie deep into his sexual shadows—until they go one game too far. Making him wonder if he can allow the woman he loves to take a bullet for him.
Warning: May incite the reader’s protective instinct, forcing her to throw herself on the nearest man.