Saturday, May 17, 2014

Dangerous Protector (Federal Paranormal Unit #2) by Milly Taiden

If you run from love, you're asking for a chase...

James Brock lived the past ten years without the woman he loves. Using his job as head of the Federal Paranormal Unit to help others, he's done a good job of ignoring his lack of a personal life until she returns. His salvation. His first love.

Cynthia Vega had a very good reason to leave the only man she loved after she'd accepted his marriage proposal. Now she's back as his boss. And he's not willing to ignore their chemistry or the past.

Brock is determined to claim his mate and prove that their passion is even hotter than before. He wants her and her explanation behind their separation. Except, some secrets won't stay buried in the past. Brock will fight his demons to follow her lead, but Cynthia's reluctance to explain their lost love may be the one key to their destruction...

First off, I want to thank Milly and Jennifer for making it possible for me to have this ARC. I want to first make the statement that though I have read Milly Taiden before I am a newbie when it comes to the Federal Paranormal Unit. I would say you can read this before reading Part One and follow along well, BUT it would be better if you read the first part in this series.
The fact that I was a newbie it wasn't too hard to figure out that Brock had more going on then just a beast that he shared his body with. 

I enjoyed the fact that not everyone on the team was a hard @$$ and that the male to female ratio was almost equal. Brock and Cynthia's passion is hard to ignore and so thick you can taste it. Though, I still am not 100% sure why they broke up in the first place. In order to avoid posting a spoiler I'll just assume maybe the second or third time of my reading it - things will become clear. 

I liked the length of the book, not too much and not too short. I was all for the main couple and I was super satisfied with the HEA. Great job Milly!

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