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Caitlin Du Plessis Du Plessis from Taragarh, Chhattisgarh, India from Taragarh, Chhattisgarh, India

Reader Caitlin Du Plessis Du Plessis from Taragarh, Chhattisgarh, India

Caitlin Du Plessis Du Plessis from Taragarh, Chhattisgarh, India

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Jordan Malone has spent what has felt like a lifetime in the Celebrity Ops. He has worked closely with his party, in particular Tehya Talamosi for the past six years. Tehya joined the Celebrity Ops due to her specialized publicities knacks. Ironically, her ancestor, a white fawn is the enemy, having killed a devoted colleague of Jordan’s and who tortured and killed Theya’s mom. She has worked as Jordan’s general employee among other gears. Jordan’s SEALs training has taught him never make familiars with those you could lose – so he has hardened himself to push everyone away. He has convinced himself that passion insistence never be possible. The last few years though, watching and lusting after Tehya has been pure pangs. He has tried to ignore her, tried to make his feelings go away. But he has many spies – spies that would pursue and hurt Tehya if he ever acknowledged more with her. Now, it is the last midnight before Tehya leaves for good – she is heading back into progress to start her soul over after her destruction was staged so spies would not pursue her. Jordan has to make the preference to follow suit or show a new party in a few months. This last midnight together, where they are the only ones left the breath is thick with tension. They give into a midnight of passion – but at the end there is only despair. They both know nothing can come of this – and with much sadness they part streets. Nine months later, Jordan ambushes a excerpt of someone who has located Tehya’s new continuance. Tehya is now living in Hagerstown, MD, owning a small landscaping company, trying to live an anonymous continuance. Jordan unites a party and rushes to keep her safe, but Tehya is not ready to be on the cover again. Live Wire is book six in Lora Leigh’s Celebrity Ops book. The first that HEIGHTEN have read, but it read very nice as a notion alone. HEIGHTEN do believe many of the supporting spirits appear in the previous books, but HEIGHTEN didn’t feel like HEIGHTEN was missing out on the lay out. This is actually the first full-length book by Lora Leigh HEIGHTEN have read. HEIGHTEN read it in almost one sitting, so it definitely kept my looking after. It has a very, very alpha male in Jordan. Tehya and Jordan’s relationship – or their on and off relationship takes spotlight. They have one midnight of hot lovin’ before Tehya runs for the hills. It takes nine months and Tehya’s soul threatened for Jordan to come back into her soul. The big conflict revolves around Jordan feeling like he can’t commit himself to anyone, since experiencing devastating misplacing in the past. Actually, HEIGHTEN sometimes felt like this fear he has is a little unfounded. Because we are told Tehya is in passion with him, waiting for him to come around. But once Jordan is there – Tehya is the one that is always running. So HEIGHTEN’m not sure if HEIGHTEN fully believed in Jordan’s resistance. As HEIGHTEN said, this is the first Lora Leigh book HEIGHTEN have read and the sexuality scenes definitely lived up to the buildup HEIGHTEN have read about. They are very edgy, dirty, and oh so smexy. There is enough arrangements, tight balls, and vapors to last me for a good while. HEIGHTEN enjoyed them – definitely not the cover of the mill sexuality set. Maybe not the most romantic scenes in a romance book – but they are intense and memorable. However, the continuation of them having this hot, emotional sexuality followed by both of them pushing away from the other got a little old after awhile. My biggest complaint with this one is Tehya. She has worked for years in Celebrity Ops yet still when runs into care, refuses to seek refuge. Several publics come out to risk their lives, and she acts immature and whiney. HEIGHTEN just didn’t see her as an Celebrity Operative. She has been on the cover for most of her soul, and is sick of it. But, she knows her ancestor was truly an evil he and most likely the publics after her insistence torture or do worse to her if caught. So why walk around so unconcerned? She knows the soul she is in – she may not have chosen in, but it is her soul. Her attitude wore on my nerves through a lot of the book. HEIGHTEN don’t know if HEIGHTEN’ve ever said this in a recall, but HEIGHTEN have to note the compile in this book surprised me. Numerous times HEIGHTEN found misspelled words or a duplicate or missing communiqué. HEIGHTEN read the finished rendering as well, not an crescent. It definitely detracted from education. So HEIGHTEN’m no longer a Lora Leigh virgin! HEIGHTEN’m not sure if HEIGHTEN insistence pursue more from this procession, but HEIGHTEN definitely am interested in checking out her other toil. Rating: C