There was nothing overtly wrong with this book, all in all it was an interesting romance. But it had absolutely none of the quick wit that other books in this genre have. It had the potential to be so much better.
This is the second Christina Skye book I've read. It is better than the last with only a couple of things that bugged me. Skye was off on her timing a little near the end, but I can look past that. A few other things were a bit off, but overall the story was good and fast paced. Most of the exciting action comes near the end of the book and I moved through it quickly. I liked both Carly and McKay and look forward to reading more of her books...
On a cruise ship, a Navy SEAL named McKay masquerades as a male model in order to protect a beautiful female photographer, Carly, and her friend Daphne, the daughter of a politician. He soon falls for Carly. Meanwhile, Russian terrorists are on board and they're up to no good
Carly, a photographer is on a cruise ship and needs a model - she just happens to ask the Navy Seal assigned to protect her from a threat she isn't aware of. A fun story. I always enjoy her books. The rest of the series get more intense and I liked them much better. I liked the fact that Carly took action when threatened instead of waiting for someone to come to her rescue.
I really thought this was a god book. The main characters are Carly, a photographer who is looking for a replacement model and Ford, a navy seal who is really there to protect her. Great action between the two of them, and a really cool ending!
Carly Sullivan is in a desperate bind. The whole commercial shoot is about to go up in flames, and her career as a photographer might go up with it.
Carly and her sister, Daphne Brandon, are on a cruise ship in the Caribbean shooting pictures of a hired male model for a new promotion. However, once on board, Carly discovers that the hired model is completely unsuitable, and unless she and Daphne can find a prospective new talent onboard the ship, they are in big trouble. To her delight, Carly spies a devastatingly masculine man who would be absolutely perfectonly he rudely turns her down.
Navy SEAL Ford McKay is assigned to handle a delicate new assignment. It is not until he is on board that he realizes his assignment is to guard the feisty woman who already tried to proposition him.
Carly Sullivan is the adopted daughter of Nigel Brandon, the Governor General of Santa Marina. Nigel has been receiving threats and the State Department wants to ensure the safety of both Carly and Daphne. So Ford is ordered to do whatever is necessary to protect Carlyeven pose in her photo shoot.
Only the most gorgeous hunk will save fast track photographer Carly Sullivan's job, but finding the right man isn't easy when you're on a ship in the middle of the Caribbean and the model you hired turns out to be a disaster. With her hopes sinking faster than the Titanic, Carly spots the most beautiful man she's ever seen. Ford McKay swears he's a rancher from Wyoming, but Carly has her suspicions. Then all hell breaks loose in their island paradise and the sexy stranger is all that protects Carly from a hail of bullets.
Ford McKay knows that mixing business and pleasure can be murder, and he's not about to compromise his current mission for an obstinate redhead who can't forget her camera for a nanosecond. But when Carly is wounded, the rugged Navy SEAL can't just walk away. As fate forces the two into excruciatingly close quarters, Ford finds his heart taking a tumble. Soon the straight-arrow SEAL discovers that with the right woman, going overboard can be unforgettable.