May 23, 2018 2 min to read
Review: Drift by Anna Brooks
Category : Reviews
She was also scared and alone. This life was going to destroy her… If I let it.
She refuses my help and protection until she realizes the audition she’s attending isn’t an audition at all.
It’s an auction. And she’s about to be sold to the highest bidder.
I’ve got the money to buy her, but better than that, I’ve got the power to save her.
The Guarding Her series contains adult content and is intended for readers 18+. Each book can be read as a standalone.
Genre: Romance – Suspense, bodyguard
Part of a Series: Yes, book 2 of the Guarding Her Series which is a spin off of her Pleasant Valley Series The guys are all interconnecting but no need to know their stories to enjoy the current story.
POV: Billie and Carter
Steam Level: Kindle-melting
Once again I was sucked in and blown away from the start of reading Drift. These guys fall hard and fast (no pun intended) and once they’ve locked on to their woman there is nothing they won’t do to protect them. The banter is hilarious and the attitudes realistic for their life experiences. Carter is alpha to the extreme but Billie holds her own against him, especially when he becomes too overbearing. I like that Billie is strong, independent, and stands up for herself. If you’re looking for an intense romantic suspense with strong male and female character and witty banter then pick up Drift by Anna Brooks.
I received an advanced copy of this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- She’s so damn pretty if makes me almost nervous. I don’t get nervous. Ever.
- “Carter Cane…That’s the most superhero name I’ve ever heard.” “I’m not a superhero.”…”What are you, Carter Cane?””Just a man.”…”I don’t know if I believe that.”
- She understands me on a level I’m not sure I like.
- How he manages to make me always want to jump his bones is crazy.
- “Revenge should be smarter, not faster.”
- “I like you here.” “Where, in front of the stove?”…”If I say yes does that make me an asshole” “Yes.” “Then no. I meant I like you in my space, my kitchen, my arms.”
- You can’t make something not happen that’s happened already; all you can do is everything in your power to prevent it from happening again.
- Don’t look back; it makes moving forward almost impossible.
“I can’t decide if it’s annoying or kind of cute.” “Let’s go with option two.”
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