Mar 2, 2018

Book Review: Claiming Bailey





Bailey Hampton will do whatever it takes to keep both herself and her little brother safe from the vicious Inca Boyz gang. Hiding out in Castle Rock, Colorado, is only a temporary solution until she can earn enough money to get out of the state altogether. But when she meets handsome security nerd Nathan Anderson, she discovers a reason to stay and fight for what she wants.

Ace Security’s Nathan Anderson has always been the “numbers guy,” not the man any of the firm’s clients look to when their safety is threatened. But from the first time he ran into Bailey, she never made him feel like less of a protector than his brothers. Nathan was attracted to the petite, black-haired pixie with wild tattoos from the start, and by some miracle, she seems to return his interest.
But danger stalks Bailey and her brother, so it’s up to Nathan to channel his inner alpha and find a way to end the threat to their lives once and for all—and he’s not giving up Bailey without a fight.

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I was really hoping that the last Anderson brother Nathan would find the right woman for him.  He is rather different from his brothers as Nathan prefers to fight with his brain and openly admits to being a nerd.  Now Bailey is definitely his opposite with her knowledge of cars and tattoos yet he knew that she was his to protect right from the very beginning.

I actually found this book to be my favorite of the series.  Well written with engaging characters, witty dialogue and an interesting plot.  I enjoyed it as the tension both from danger and the heat between the characters builds up nicely.  But what I really enjoyed was a couple of surprises which go to show how unusual a hero Nathan really is.

I do recommend this book to any of my readers who enjoy romantic suspense especially to any that following the Ace Security series.  And if you aren't, well why not?  There are some sex scenes but nothing that explicit and of course, there is violence so perhaps not for the younger readers.

*** I received this book at no charge from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.  All opinions expressed within are my own.



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