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Abandoned by his parents, tossed around from one foster home to the next until his best friend’s family took him in, Connor Evans is the proverbial bad boy with a badge. For more than ten years, he’s kept Annabelle at a distance, convinced that
When one case muddles the line between personal and professional, mistakes are made. Connor has no choice but to step up if he wants to win her trust and her heart back.
series ever since I read Admission. My
experience with Admission was enjoyable as such I was expecting a similar or
even better encounter with Perception.
Unfortunately, the story left me disappointed.
ingredients to make for an exciting read. However, the plot was a mirror of
what took place in Admission. It felt as if I was reading the same story but
with different characters. As such this
story did not hold much of a surprise for me.
have been in love with each other for as long as they both could remember.
However, fears, insecurities, and emotional scars were preventing them from
admitting to what was staring them in the face. However, they were forced to
face their feelings when they were both assigned to work on a case involving a
notorious Russian crime boss.
Connor. I found Annabelle to be
strong. She has been through a lot, but
she was able to overcome. What I
respected about her was she did not allow the lack of love from her parents to
make her feel unworthy. It helped that she was surrounded by friends who loved
possibly can. When his reasons for not
wanting to get close to her was revealed I was rather disappointed. For the
life of me, I could not fathom why he would believe that Annabelle would not
understand his fears. It’s my belief
that his actions were selfish. He was not willing to get close to her yet he
did not want to see her with anyone. He is
romance was ok, however, I found the back and forth with Annabelle and Connor
tiresome. I wished Connor would get his
act together and let Annabelle in.
biting. I say this because it was
easy to figure out who was the crime
boss’ payroll. There was one particular person who I knew for certain was
involved, although I was secretly hoping I was wrong.
to my expectations I would still recommend it to readers who enjoy romantic
Brass Series, Book 1
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