Blurring the Line (The Line Series Book 2)

by Nikki Rose (Goodreads Author) 

4.67  ·   Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  7 reviews


Book 2 of The Line Series

He’d gone on countless assignments all around the world but nothing could prepare him for her. Tension is high after a cyber attack exposes the agency’s personnel files to enemy hackers. Among those exposed includes the Director of the secret military security group. Chris’s boss assigns him to security detail for his spoiled and stubborn twenty-three-year-old daughter. It could be an assignment from hell until Chris gets a look at the gorgeous woman with her perfect curves. What he doesn’t realize is that this stubborn woman may be the most challenging mission yet.
Caroline’s overprotective father reaches a new extreme when he hires a bodyguard to watch over her. She’d happily spend her time with the muscled hunk oozing masculinity unlike the boys she’s met before but she resists — convinced he’s not there to keep her safe but to keep her from living her life. Caroline refuses to be controlled by her father or the strong, tough soldier her dad sent to protect her.

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All Caroline wants is to live a normal life. But her father is in a high profile position that often comes with danger and life threats to. Such a threat that her father constantly has her on lock down. Sometimes she feels like she is in a prison.

Chris is back on field duty after an injury from his last assignment. When his boss Director Applegate puts him on a special assignment. This assignment is not one he is used to, nor wants. Babysitting duty. Ugh. His boss wants him to be his daughter’s body guard. A huge threat has the director worried for his daughter and so he assign’s Chris with this task as he is his most trusted employee.

When Chris and Caroline first meet it is a clash of the titans battle. Caroline is being very bratty about being put on lock down with a permanent shadow and Chris finds her immature. But the attraction between these two is undeniable. But it is forbidden. A line they should not cross.

What happens when the lines blur?

This book was an action packed book full of danger, lies and sexy hot love. The characters were interesting, even though Caroline was a bit childish for her age. That got on my nerves a bit. Chris to me was a bit of a cocky meat head at first, but I really came to enjoy him as the book continued.

I really enjoyed the book in the middle and towards the end. That is when the action picked up and the danger becomes real. The story really develops and evolves after that, making this book very interesting.

Overall this book is a good read, but I didn’t like it as much as the last book Crossing the Line. It seem to be missing that same flare the last one had. But still a great read. If you enjoy danger with a hot sexy hero, then this book is up your ally. Chris is definitely a hot sexy hero. He can guard my body any day.

* ARC provided by Nikki Rose

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About Nikki Rose

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For as long as she can remember, Nikki Rose has enjoyed writing stories. For years, writing was just a hobby for this South Carolina native. It was a way to let out all the stories floating around in her head. After one of those stories took on a mind of its own, outgrowing even the parameters of a single book, Rose knew she had to pursue her dream.

Married to her high school sweetheart and best friend, Rose feels she is truly living out a romance story of her very own. As a stay at home mom of two, she is blessed with the time needed to work on her writing career full-time while her kids are at school or in the wee hours while normal people sleep. She considers herself a music obsessed chocoholic and hopeless romantic who enjoys weaving romance stories with a healthy dose of mystery and suspense.

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