Killer Secrets and Moving Target

3/27/2008 09:07:00 PM / Posted by Kris /

Moving TargetMoving Target by Cheyenne McCray
Ani King left her entire life behind when the Russian mafia brutally murdered her family. The Witness Security Program has kept her safe for two years, but with one simple phone call her cover is destroyed-and there is only one man left who can save her.Protecting the brave, beautiful Ani became more than just a job a long time ago for Deputy Marshal Daniel Parker. And now, just days before the trial where she's slated to give a damning testimony, the criminals who want her dead are on her trail. To keep Ani safe, Daniel has to keep her close-and her enemies closer. Because soon there's nowhere for Ani to hide...but in his arms.

This was a very good book. It is the second of her suspense books. I am enjoying them very much. The action is good, the love scenes are hot. It is a great balance.



Killer Secrets (Tempting SEALs)Killer Secrets (Tempting SEALs Book 3) by Lora Leigh
As the illegitimate son of Diego Fuentes, Ian Richards faces danger at every turn. Neither his father nor his fellow Navy SEALs knows which side he's fighting for-or against. Which is exactly how the game must be played...until Agent Porter enters the picture. Kira Porter, undercover agent for the Department of Homeland Security, shadows Ian on his journey. She thinks she can see the real man beneath Ian's bad-boy exterior...but the ever-elusive Ian keeps her guessing at every turn. Is his goal to protect the Fuentes cartel from French terrorists? Or to do his father in for good? The only thing Kira does know is that her attraction to Ian is a time-bomb waiting to explode. With time running out on the Fuentes mission, she and Ian are drawn ever close to the edge of desire-and even closer into the line of fire...

I enjoyed this book. This series is a nice read. The other books are Dangerous Games and Hidden Agenda. This was a good addition to the series. I liked the hero and heroine and thought they were a nice match for one another. Though this series is not the Breeds, I am still enjoying it. Though one thing that did kind of bother me was how accepting Ian's father was of him when he was constantly belittling him and when his father was supposed to be this hard nosed drug lord. The book, to me started out a little slow (but I was also trying to remember what happened in the other books) but then it picked up. Over all I enjoyed it. I do not think I would give it an A but it was a nice hot read.

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3 comments:

Comment by Stacy~ on 3/28/2008 6:48 AM

I admit, I don't read much McCray or Leigh anymore. I liked their hot Ellora's Cave stories, and except for one other book by Leigh, I've stopped reading them. Too many books, too little time.

Great reviews though :)

Comment by Zeek on 3/28/2008 10:45 AM

"Though one thing that did kind of bother me was how accepting Ian's father was of him when he was constantly belittling him and when his father was supposed to be this hard nosed drug lord."

yeah I was scratching my head on that one too! But I liked the book. Ian's hot.

Comment by Bev(QB) on 3/28/2008 9:16 PM

I read Chey's first romantic suspense, Chosen Prey and here's my entire quickie review:

"WOW! I usually associate Chey with erotic fantasy, but this thriller kicked some Linda Howard-esque butt! Way to go, Chey!"

I've got Moving Target waiting here for me, in fact, I accidently bought it twice. GAK! LOL

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