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The first time he lays eyes on Taylor Ross in a bar, Colt
Priestley does something few men would dare to do. He approaches the
world-famous singer, shamelessly flirts with her, and gives her a night in his
bed that neither of them will soon forget.
When Taylor's record label hires a bodyguard to keep tabs
on the out-of-control rocker, she's less than thrilled to find it's her
off-the-charts one-night stand who shows up for the job. She's terrified of
letting herself fall for the damaged ex-Army Ranger, and she's determined to
push him away. Yet every moment they're together simmers with tension. As the
danger from an obsessed stalker mounts, Taylor and Colt are tempted to cross
that line again-baring their hearts and souls as well as their bodies-and
there's no telling how hot this song will get.
From his little table in the corner, Ronnie adjusted his glasses as he watched Taylor walk out of the bar, her fingers laced with those of the brute who’d intruded on them earlier. He finished the rest of his Coke and slammed the empty glass down. Possessive anger coupled with an almost blind- ing jealousy churned through him. It’d been hard to watch that interaction, and now she was leaving with him? He’d been much happier watching her while she’d been alone, even if she’d looked sad.
He knew he shouldn’t have gone over and talked to her, but he couldn’t help himself. He’d been warned, but no one knew what they were talking about. They didn’t see. They couldn’t see. He loved her, and she loved him. Soon, every- one would know, and everyone who’d called him crazy and obsessed and delusional would fucking see.
Ever since he’d first heard her sing, he’d known he was listening to the future mother of his children.
He dropped a five on the table and pushed his way out of the bar, getting in his car just in time to follow Taylor. He had to. He couldn’t let her go off alone with that brute, un- protected. And if she was going to betray him, he needed to know. He needed to see.
Because Taylor was his. Every part of her. Her gorgeous blond hair, those huge, blue eyes, the long, lean body. The incredible voice. The skilled hands. Her mind. Her soul. Her body.
She belonged to him.
I was both excited and nervous about reading Primal Instinct. I love trying new authors but I really hate read a series out of order. I've gotten better about it but I'm still not comfortable with it. In fact...I will let you in on a deep, dark secret of mine. Even if I love the series I won't go back and read the prior books.
Oh well, enough about that. Now on to Primal Instinct. Tara Wyatt is a new author to me, one that I really like. I found Primal Instinct to be funny, well-written, with some really great characters.
I really liked Colt. He's a really great sexy guy that I wouldn't mind watching over me. I also enjoyed Taylor, but not as much. I'm think that's because I'm not really a huge fan of hero or heroins in the music world.
It's just doesn't do it for me. Not a huge fan of actors either.
You'll really love how fast the story moves. That's in part to the good writing. You'll be afraid to put it down for fear you'll miss something. I felt like I was watching a action movie, only in print.
I will for sure be reading the next book in the series.
If you've read Primal Instinct or any other book by Tara Wyatt I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thanks for visiting with me and happy reading!
Chain Reaction, #3 (February
Tara Wyatt is a contemporary romance author who's been
making up love stories ever since she fell head over heels for the Backstreet
Boys almost twenty years ago. Winner of the Unpublished Winter Rose Award,
Linda Howard Award of Excellence and the Heart of the West Award, Tara lives in
Hamilton, Ontario with the cutest dog in the world and a husband that makes all
of her heroes look like chumps.
Nice review. Always nice to find new authors. I will have to check this out.ReplyDelete
I love new authors. Some I keep reading others I enjoy and move on.Delete