Friday, 19 February 2016

Robin Covington - Rush - Book Review (ARC)


The Blurb—


Atticus Rush doesn’t really like people. Years in Special Ops and law enforcement showed him the worst of humanity, making his mountain hideaway the ideal place to live. But when his colleagues at MacKenzie Security need him to save the kidnapped young daughter of a U.S. Senator, he’ll do it, even if it means working with the woman who broke his heart his ex-wife. 

Lady Olivia Rutledge-Cairn likes to steal things. Raised with a silver spoon and the glass slipper she spent years cultivating a cadre of acquaintances in the highest places. She parlayed her natural gift for theft into a career of locating and illegally retrieving hard-to-find items of value for the ridiculously wealthy. Rush was the one man who tempted her to change her ways until he caught her and threatened to turn her in. 

MacKenzie Security has vowed to save the girl. Olivia can find anything or anyone. Rush can get anyone out. As the clock winds down on the girl’s life, can they fight the past, a ruthless madman and their explosive passion to get the job done?

This is the first one I’ve read of Robin Covington’s. I like her style. 

Atticus Rush will shoot anyone who trespasses on his land, even threatening an old friend when he dares to breach the boundary of Rush’s personal bubble. But when he learns that a young girl is in trouble he drops everything to race to her rescue. He even calls on the one person he’d rather avoid, but the only one with the necessary skills and connections to help him; his ex-wife. 


Sparks fly when they see each other again, but the spark was never the problem.


Who doesn’t love the ornery hero with the heart of gold. I’m a total sucker for a tough, big-hearted, cranky leading man. Lady Olivia is not what you’d expect an English lady to be. She drives him insane with her wild ways, risk taking and hot bod. Their interactions are entertaining for sure. The race against time, and the search for clues is a great ride as the story progresses.

I thought the story was fabulous. 


*ARC generously provided in exchange for an honest review. *
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