Title: Dangerous Love
Series: Unforgiven #1
Author: Liz Lovelock
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Is love really dangerous?
For Jay Jones love has been nothing but heartbreak. After her boyfriend walks out, leaving her with no money, an empty apartment and the pain of loss, she vows never to love again. To never allow someone to claim her already shattered heart. Years later, Jay has slowly moved forward with her life, but the cloud of sorrow and fear of getting hurt once again always claws away at her soul.
Now a first-rate police officer, a new undercover assignment forces Jay to reassess her insecurities and build a relationship of trust with her new partner.
The one person who can save her from the hellish crimes is the one man who dragged her to hell already.
“Liz has done it again! I absolutely loved this story!” - Author B. Benfield
“The author did an amazing job of getting inside the head of the characters, and making you feel for them.” - Reader Review
“Liz Lovelock had me gripped very early on which doesn't happen all that much these days…” - Reader Review
Damn this woman. It's as though she can read me like an open book. It must be those magical therapist powers they have.
Damn these short world problems. I'm trying to make a point, but he's not intimidated by me.
I think I just died and went to shoe heaven. I might come across as a simple girl who only needs simple things, but shoes are in a different world altogether. Shoes are like diamonds, a girl's best friend.
Dangerous Love was a quick, easy to follow, and satisfying read. Written for a single point of view, the narrative generally followed a woman's inner voice as she struggles with herself after her first love suddenly reappears in her life. Additional drama unfolds when she discovers the identity of her biological parents after being raised in the foster system, with even more surprises and revelations to come. The plot was interesting and intriguing, and the storyline held my attention and contained occasional hits of welcome humor to offset the drama, tension, and angst.
Liz is from bright sunny Queensland, Australia. She has always been a reader. When she was little she would be up late reading Garfield and Asterix comic books and also Footrot Flats. When she hit high school she read Tomorrow When the War Began by John Marsden and from there her love of books continued to grow. She always has a book to read beside her bed along with a note book for when inspiration hits at those crazy hours.She is a stationary addict and a one click addict. She loves everything books, authors and of course loves chocolate and lollies to keep her going.