A 3.75 stars read. I miss Levi and Ice's team. Heroes for hire is my first series from Dale Mayer, so this series has special place in my heart especially Levi and Ice and now there's cute adorable Hunter that makes everything sweeter. Okay apart from how I love this series, I really enjoy this latest book. This book started with an attack, the suspense was high from the beginning. I got to see Noah as a knight in shining armor from the first chapter and it was great. It's also a page-turner story, I love the mystery of finding out what's the real motive behind all these attacks. Then add cute romance between Noah and Dianne, I love their banter from their beginning, the teasing and flirting is so cute. Although it's a bit dragging and many repetitions in the middle and there's a "why he did that" that got me a bit confused, this book still an enjoyable and entertaining romantic suspense read for me.
I have been an avid reader of Dale Mayer for many, many books and each is unique, filled with protective men and women. Noah's Nemesis is a standalone book and kept me guessing with each page turn. Twists and turns and attacks against an innocent woman. Strong men and stronger women. A romance, a story of family and friendship. Heroes for Hire -- each book is an adventure. I am looking forward to many more books within the series (and glimpses of old friends). I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
I enjoyed this book. It starts with a friend (Dianne) calling Ice for help after being attacked in a hotel parking lot. As soon as Noah hears the fear in Dianne’s voice, he immediately goes to her. Noah is determined to stay with her until the attacker is caught, so he can prevent anything else from happening to her. Dianne is a presenter at a conference, and she does not want to cancel just because she was attacked. Noah gives her a choice of having him as a bodyguard or partner. When Dianne does not pick, Noah picks for her. He decides to be her partner. They always seem to be bickering with each other but that is just part of their charm. They really do like each other which is made clear when Dianne shows how worried she is when she finds out that Noah was shot. Between the action and the growing relationship between Noah and Dianne, this book was hard to put down. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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