Re-Release & Review: Dangerous Love by Liz Lovelock

 

 

 

Title: Dangerous Love
Series: Unforgiven #1
Author: Liz Lovelock
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Cover Design: Letitia, RBA Designs 
Release Date: August 11, 2016

 

 

Blurb
Jay Jones, a first-rate police officer, is given a new undercover assignment which forces her to reassess her insecurities and to build a relationship of trust with her new partner. He’s the one man she thought she’d never see again. A man who once held her happiness and then took it with him when he left, Brayden Falcone.

Years after suffering a significant loss, Jay remains guarded. The pain of getting hurt still haunts her. She holds a secret so great, it eats away at her happiness. She wants to tell Brayden all about what they both lost. But, all she remembers is the loneliness she felt and, the heartbreak she suffered.

Working closely with Brayden, she knows he’s the one person who can save her from the hellish crimes she’s about to witness.

But Jay isn’t the only one who’s keeping secrets.

 

 

Purchase Links

 

AMAZON US / UK / CA / AU

B&N / KOBO / iBOOKS

 

 

Review
4-star
I can’t believe this is the first book by Liz Lovelock that I’ve read! I’ve been wanting to read her work and am glad I started with this book.
Jaymie is a young woman who falls for a guy her age and together, at age eighteen, they take off as a couple. Five years later things are vastly different- Jay is an up and coming single policewoman who lives for her work while Bray is a heavily tattooed hunk of a guy. Will a second chance at love be on the horizon?
I particularly enjoyed the emotional depth that was explored in this story yet it also had such a realistic feeling to it. When Jay is experiencing the feeling of being watched and goosebumps cover her flesh the reader almost gets them too.
This is a fast paced story with lots of action and suspense.
I totally recommend it to everyone.
Reviewed by Robyn
LLEP Review Team
Excerpt

Despite the heartbreak he caused me, the feelings I had for him have never completely disappeared. Reduced, definitely, but they’re still there. A first love leaves a special imprint on one’s heart. There was so much good with us, but also so much bad, and Brayden left me with a view that love will always be tainted. The L word is now a dirty word and something I’m incapable of. Serious relationships are non-existent in my life. He made sure he destroyed them for me, just like he shattered my happiness.

Relaxing into my pillows and releasing a breath, I try to calm my racing heart. Closing my eyes, I silently hope and pray that I will sleep better for the rest of the night. As I begin to settle in, a strange sensation prickles over my already clammy skin.

Someone’s watching me.

 
My eyes open slightly and move to a dark silhouette standing in my doorway. Panic begins to take over, and my machines beep crazily once again. Fumbling for my buzzer, I know I need a nurse, but as I hold the device in my hands my eyes catch the doorway, and the silhouette is gone. 

 

 

Author Bio
Liz Lovelock is from bright sunny Queensland in Australia. She is the mother of three little monsters, a wife to an amazing husband and very much a lover of everything books and reading. Liz has always loved books and, from a very young age she began reading comic books and then in high school her passion grew. She was given Tomorrow When The War Began by John Marsden for an assignment but, when that was done she continued to discover new books to fall in love with.

Liz always has a book she is currently enjoying and, a notebook beside her bed for in her hand bag for when inspiration hits at those crazy times. She is a stationary addict and will buy more notebooks and pens then what she needs. Her one click finger likes to go crazy as well.

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