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The one thing our hunky, gun-toting hero didn’t count on was the heroine being such a beautiful, witty, gorgeous, unselfish, pretty, funny, and lovely creature that he can’t help but put his hands on within five minutes.
To me, that seemed a little extreme and made it really difficult to become immersed in this story. Sizzle is the eighth book in the Buchanan series, it follows Lyra and Sam.
I still go back and re-read them from time to time. Want to Read saving…. Only problem, Lyra has no clue what she has done. I don’t really know why. Looking for More Great Reads?
Unsure of her future, Lyra dives into work on her final school assignment: The whole thing came off ridiculously stupid. Such a waste of pages. Jan 25, Pages.
Sizzle (Buchanan-Renard #8)
She is funny and has insecurities that are normal and real for any woman. How could there NOT be? You have the “smart” and “gorgeous” heroine named insert ultra-feminine, but still slightly masculine name herewho works as a insert job title herebut stumbles into trouble through no fault of her own when she insert thing she did here.
Mike – has never been mentioned again. Only this time, he has raised the stakes in his twisted game, daring While working on her last film project for her class, it becomes apparent that someone wants something they think Lyra has and now her life appears to be in danger.
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Add in the fact that I was the sixth of seven children. This is the third romance novel I’ve read. The overall saving grace of this audiobook for me was the incredible narrator. This is the eighth book in a set of books with connected characters.
The characters don’t even meet until then. Reasonably explicit but not erotica. She is very picky when it comes to men because she desires a lasting type of love instead of the jump-into-bed with anyone type she sees all too often. Lyra is a beautiful girl who is not conceited and she doesn’t use her beauty to get what she wants. Yes, yes, Lyra is a very pretty and intelligent girl with a good heart, but who can pay attention to her with Sam Kincaid around?
Return to Book Page. I’m comfortable with overall plot threads, things that remain open from book to book. By this point its impossible to take any varwood Sizzle’s plot seriously, especially when almost all of it is super-human sex between the film student and the main FBI agent.
In comparison to her older books, and honestly, how can you not compare, a huge something is missing. You can basically pick up the same plot in “Sizzle,” “Slow Burn,” “Killjoy,” “Mercy,” or any of the other contemporaries she has published since I listened to this book on audio unabridged. Instead of drawing us into the emotions behind the characters actions, all we get is surface sex – with no substance beyond. Garwood, for all of those people out there suzzle haven’t read your historicals and still think this crap you’re churning out is great literature.
I was pleased that he feee turn out to be a crazed stalker but rather gave her up to keep her safe.
Beautiful, wealthy, modest young Woman somehow becomes involved in something dangerous, the Buchanan’s are called and they assign protection by someone in or close to the family. I liked the bumbling hitman. Then we meet the film student female protaganist and are presented with potentially the most boring plot ever: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Her parents are superficial a-holes that care nothing about her. Narrated by Davina Porter. James, will return to claim her heart at last. This was a really busy story with threats coming from all directions and a sexy, but tense relationship.
The heroine was kinda sweet and sensible. Apr 09, Una Tiers rated it did not like it. There’s a lot of bumbling around and lackadaisical scenes that just didn’t do much for me.
I even really enjoyed Sidney Lyra’s roommate and her eizzle Max Jan 12, Deepthi Terenz rated it liked it. Ed, the man who had delivered the car, saw her and came in. They must run the resort for one year and show a profit—only then It wasn’t my kind of romantic suspense. Quick, easy sizze though and if you’ve been following the Buchanan series, you should enjoy it too.
She becomes the target of bad guys and she has no idea why. Lyra was a prefect princess type, even her enemies want to protect her and Sam was a real hero and descendant of Alec Kincaid The Bride free elaborated much in this book. View all 4 comments. It almost gave it a dated feeling.