From #1 bestselling author Lora Leigh comes Collision Point, part of the thrilling Brute Force series—packed with powerful men, steely women, and explosive passion.
SHE’S NOTHING BUT TROUBLE
Riordan Malone is more than a bodyguard. As an Elite Ops agent, he’s ripped, raged, and ready to rumble—a true warrior, inside and out. But no war zone can compare to the battle in Rory’s heart when he lays eyes on the only woman he’s ever loved—and thought he had lost forever. . .
HE’S EVERYTHING SHE NEEDS
As the daughter of a crime lord, Amara Resnova has endured the cruelty of her father’s enemies—and has tried to escape that world ever since. Now, she must reach out to the one man who saved her life, even if she’s never forgiven him for breaking her heart. But Amara is tougher today than she was then. She’s also more desirable to Rory—and dangerous to love. Can he protect her from her father’s enemies without surrendering to his own passions…or will love seal their fate for good?
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Fly Girl’s Review:
Lots of firsts for me this week. I’ve read books by four authors I haven’t read before. Lora Leigh is one of them. I met her at the 2016 Romantic Times Convention in Las Vegas. She is quite a bubbly personality and she gave lots of swag away as well as books to the readers at the convention. So we’ve been saving it for a good time to do a special giveaway (see above for the rafflecopter giveaway). When I saw Collision Point by her available to read, I jumped at the chance, especially since it is a brand new series. I thought it would be a great time to start reading her work. I’ll say it was only partially what I expected. If you’ve read any of her work, you know she is pretty much an erotic romance author, so there was a lot of sex and then some mystery, a little action, and a lot of questions leaving you hanging at the end.
Memory loss plays a big part in this story. Amara has lost a year of her life in memories because of an attempt on her life, while her lover, Rory, has been recovering from a near death experience. They both realize there is a connection, but she isn’t sure why and he is worried it will be too big of a shock to her mind and won’t help her regain her memories if he tells her they were lovers. As the sexual encounters heat up between them, she begins to get her memories back. But the interference of her father and a murderer trying to kill her are holding her back. Finally the “fae” connection the Malone men have with their soulmates falls into place and allows her the safety she needs to remember. Lora keeps up the mystery right until the end.
Many people have complained that there is too much sex in it and not enough story. I disagree with the sex part base on what I know about her other books from looking at the many synopsis. That is exactly what her followers are expecting–lots of sex. I will say this novel delivered the erotic magnificently, but I have to agree the story was a little light for me. There was a lot of revelations about the mystery at the end, but not too much throughout. I really would liked to have seen more of the type of opening scene throughout the book. Also, there is such a story about the brother Noah that I’m not sure I would consider this a stand alone. She makes a lot of references to his brother’s story. There is a lot going on there. Because of those issues I have to give this one 3 of 5 propellers. Lora, sorry I wasn’t such a fan, but I know this is definitely going to be a winner for your fans, so please don’t take my review to heart. The Wickedcoolflight crew wishes you lots of success with this series and thank you for an opportunity to read and review it.
3 of 5 Propellers
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Lora Leigh dreams in bright, vivid images of the characters’ intent on taking over her writing life, and fights a constant battle to put them on the hard drive of her computer before they can disappear as fast as they appeared.
Lora’s family and her writing life coexist, if not in harmony, in relative peace with each other. Surrounded by a menagerie of pets, friends, and a son who keeps her quick wit engaged, Lora finds her life filled with joys, aided by her fans whose hearts remind her daily why she writes.