Story and grammar errors up the wahzoo. A bit predictable. More sex than story, really this should be an erotica because there was more sex than suspense. I don't suggest buying this but swapping would be alright because then if you don't like it just toss it back into the system because though it wasn't the best it was still enjoyable some how.
I absolutely loved this book. Finished it in 3 hours. I've been reading Lora Leigh since her Ellora's Cave novels, she has a way of making her books not only steamy, but heartfelt and funny in parts as well.
Not my favorite of the Lora Leigh line. The storyline was shallow and oh, so predictable. The characters were one dimensional; no character development at all. And each sex scene could have been replaced with a big ditto - they were all almost the same. It was just disappointing to me, compared to some of her previous works.
Renegade was better than the last Elite Ops book I read. Although the basic story was fairly standard and predictable, I doubt anyone reads these books for the "mystery". The love scenes were extremely hot and plentiful. I'm still looking forward to reading Live Wire, as Jordan has been the one you most want to see fall.
Loved the book, loved the couple. This one was a real "who done it". It had a nice mystery to go along with how the characters met and developed together. And it didn't involve government espionage. Mikayla is a true "good girl" and winds up with the baddest of all bad boys who has a LOT of baggage to overcome. My only complaint about the book was it was about 50 pages to long, and after 375 pages of build-up, the big "reveal" seemed a little short. But the couple got their fairy tale ending, right? And is it only me, or are Leighs sex scenes getting tamer?
These books are phenomenal! I love reading every single page. I can't manage to put them down long enough to interact with life so I end up reading them front to back in one sitting! This one was just as good as all the others, possibly better. Hands down, my favorite series!