Title :

Necessary Risk

Author :

Tara Wyatt

Series :


Release date : Feb 23, 2016
Rating : 5 Stars
Blurb :

Trained to protect against all danger, a professional bodyguard can provide all the muscle a woman needs. But when their hearts are on the line, love is the riskiest business . . .SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER MEFormer child star Sierra Blake is making a stunning Hollywood comeback-and attracting a scary amount of attention. When her home is vandalized and her safety threatened, she knows it’s time to bring in the professionals. But from the moment she sets eyes on her indecently sexy new bodyguard, Sierra’s thoughts are anything but professional . . . Few things in this world scare Sean Owens-until he realizes he’s in serious danger of losing his heart to his new client. No matter how much he wants to, Sean won’t let his feelings for the smart and gorgeous Sierra get in the way of doing his job. Because as the attacks against her escalate, crossing the line between business and pleasure could get them both killed.

Review :

Tara Wyatt new “Bodyguard” series offers a fresh view on an often used theme. With “Necessary Risk”, she sets a high aim for the next books to follow up.

As she seems to be a new author, I must say that this is really a surprisingly well-written and well-developed novel if it is really her first, it kind of reminds me of series of well known romance authors who have been doing their fair share of books over the years.
Not only the leading characters are well developed, but also the secondary characters make it quite easy for you as reader to imagine the next leading characters of upcoming novels.
As usual I was having some problems with the part of the Insta attraction/love that happened within the first like 10 pages – but this is one of my very personal issues.
The rest of the plot is well developed and makes it easy for the reader to follow the story and feel for the characters. I am not going into the story itself as that would contain to many spoilers.
Just saying that some stuff was easy to figure out while other stuff was only clear on the second view, which was a main reason that this book is able to keep the readers attention even if the basic plot is quite clear. In total a recommendable read and a good start in a new series.
I really would like to read the next one of that series too.
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