So, as you know, I fell off the reading wagon not too long ago. I’m trying to get back on and one of the things I need to do is clear my NetGalley dashboard.
Every Tuesday (until I run out of books) I’ll be asking for your help to chose an older book. If you like one it would be lovely if you could recommend it in the comments! I warn you; they are old (I requested these in 2013!!)
So what are this weeks choices? They are …..
Even angels can be tough:
Ex-cop Brendan Clarkson is an angel with an edge. His tough exterior is the perfect camouflage for his
job—hunting down the most dangerous criminals on earth. Brendan’s a self-reliant and demanding lone wolf,
constantly on the brink of clashing with his superiors at the Company of Angels.
Brendan is the perfect angel to track and capture demoness Luciana Rossetti. Luciana’s cool, green-eyed
beauty masks her true nature: inside, she’s a dangerous and malevolent killer. Yet, she sees what most people
don’t—that beneath the layers of Brendan’s rugged shell beats the heart of a passionate lover.
They are perfectly matched. Yin and yang. Angel and demon. Man and woman. But only one of them can win the battle of wills, of strength and of desire.
She’s his darkest, wildest dream…and his most exquisite nightmare.
IT ONLY TAKES A SPARK
Summer Abrams left everything behind-the warehouse fire that took her father’s life, the town where her world fell apart, and her best friend in the world, Joe Walker. All she carried with her was guilt. Now, twelve years later, another fire has devastated the same warehouse, and Summer returns to Ocean Beach to search for answers. But what she finds first is an old flame that never went out . . .
Joe Walker has become the town fire marshal-sexy, strong, and an expert at keeping people at bay. The only person he ever let into his heart broke it and left town without a word. Now that she’s back, Joe swears he won’t fall for Summer again . . . but the heat between them is irresistible. As he tries to help her heal the past, can he take a risk on building a future with Summer?
Seeing Red by Jill Shalvis
I haven’t read either of these but . . . Jill Shalvis!
Not read either but you can never go wrong with Shalvis!