Everything we do has an impact…
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They always say that two wrongs don’t make a right…
Well, she was wrong for breaking into a house that didn’t belong to her; even if she and her daughter had nowhere else to go.
And, I was wrong for watching her on the surveillance camera as she moved through the house and climbed into bed.
So I offered her a job and a home.
Wrong has never felt so right.
Now, I want to make the biggest impact yet…
I want to make her mine.
Impact is volume 3 in the Iron Orchids Series but may be read and enjoyed as a standalone contemporary romance.
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Danielle is a Harley riding romance writer. Most days she can be found in jeans, t-shirts, and pearls (she’s a lady like that).
Danielle writes about men that will open the door for you during the day and throw you against them at night. She loves stories that will make you laugh and fall in love without all of the emotional baggage faced every day in our real lives.
And her talent is the ability to tell the difference between a rye, wheat, corn, or potato vodka in just 1 sip, but she prefers a few glasses just to be certain.
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This is a fun, sweet and sexy read with low angst with no cheating, no manwhores and it has a feel-good vibe to it. It is well written like all the other books by this author but once again for me I felt that something was missing. Do I know what it was? No.
I’ll tell you exactly why I can’t give it more than three stars.
The plot of the book is solid. The Hero lets the heroine live in one of his show homes, well that’s not entirely the right word. She is a squatter, but she has her reasons why.
The author lays it out what Katy’s struggles were and how the past nine years have been she would do anything different and she sacrificed a lot that her experiences broke my heart a wee bit. But yes, there is always a but, at times it was too much.
The Hero doesn’t ask how the heroine knew to apply for the position as his secretary. He only checked a website for candidates but didn’t post anything that he was looking for a new secretary.
Or maybe I overlooked that?
Was it mentioned by the heroine that she was looking for a flat to the Hero? He asks her to housesit but come on she must have cottoned on to it.
Those two points could have been tightened IMO.
The humor and banter is top notch but I think that romantic comedies can be taken too far when there is too much humor that takes away my attention from the overall plot. Which for me happened here.
The star of the book is Bee she is so frigging adorable. The Christakos Greek family is the best it really added that special touch to the book.
The MC relationship felt somewhat strained IMO and it was so slow. Damon did everything he could think of to make Katy feel at ease. Her mistrust in everything got to be really annoying.
I really need to ponder if I want to continue with the series.