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  • Publisher: Camden; Large type edition edition (1 Oct. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 144583829X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1445838298
  • Product Dimensions: 21.3 x 3.2 x 16.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dee on 4 April 2013
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This was the third book in this series that Lori Foster has written. Jackson Savor wakes up next to a naked sleeping Alani Rivers and cant remember a thing. Alani is the one woman he wants and he cant believe he cant remember their time together. I love the characters in these books and the friendships between them. so glad that she has written book 4 in this series
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sian Louise VINE VOICE on 14 July 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
After the previous book Trace of Fever I was expecting a lot from this book.
In some ways it delivered but in others I was left feeling a bit disappointed.

I really loved the character of Jackson but I didn't love him like I did Trace (he is my fav). I felt his character wasn't really explored enough, we were given basic details about his background and life so far...but nothing in depth and well like said in a previous review, I am nosy and I like the details.
Alani, whilst I liked her character, I am not convinced she was the right female choice for Jackson.
I really expected her to come right out of her shell and eventually kick some butt, but she just cowered behind Jackson and let him save her all the time. And this is one of the reason why I loved Priss in the previous book, because she didnt just do what she was told, she did what she wanted and planned to do and didnt expect Trace to rescue her.

Anyway I should stop rambling on about the previous book.

I was more interested in the characters of Arizona and Spencer and how things are going to play out between them, and I am hoping thats another book in the series that will be available soon.

Sorry this one didnt do it for me. If you like the series then read this, but I definately wouldnt start at this book.
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Jackson is part of a team that includes Dare and Trace. He met Trace’s sister, Alani, when he started working with these guys and has had had a thing for her since then but didn't act on his feelings because he knew Trace would have had a fit and, also Jackson didn't get into relationships because of stuff from his past. Alani has also secretly crushed on Jackson so when she wakes up with Jackson after the most wonderful night of her life and sees the confusion in his eyes, she is devistated. Then, to make everything even worse, Jackson runs to the bathroom where he is violently ill. Alani can’t handle the look in his eyes so she runs off. After a couple of trips to the bathroom, Jackson realizes that he has been drugged and can't remember anything of the night before, but instead of figuring out who drugged him, he searches for Alani. Most of the characters work together to find out who drugged Jackson and why.

Like Dare and Trace, Jackson can handle absolutely anything that comes up. He can rescue missing people anywhere around the world or save a stray cat. And, since he is so perfect, he is huge and gorgeous. I really liked Jackson but had issues with him always wanting sex and having an erection. I know that men ALWAYS want sex but he over did it. Going along with that, he was constantly saying/thinking that Alani was so sexy. I got tired of hearing that.

But Alani keeps Jackson on his toes. Since she is used to the work her brother Trace does, she is accepting of the things Jackson gets involved in. She actually helps him with his cases a few times which surprises Jackson. She even tries to help keep Arizona out of trouble. She's not always successful, but she does try.

This is a great series and I would recommend this book if you like romantic suspense.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Savor the Danger is packed with action and romance! 28 Jun. 2011
By STL Chick - Published on
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I loved reading Savor the Danger, book #3 in the Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor series by Lori Foster. The romance between Alani and Jackson is smoking hot. The book starts with Jackson waking up to realize he has been drugged, and while drugged he slept with Alani, the girl he has been pining after. The book surrounds the mystery of figuring out why Jackson was drugged, and whether the target was Alani or Jackson. Either one could be the target, Jackson because of his line of work that includes breaking up human trafficking rings, and Alani because of her history of being kidnapped with the intent to sell her into human trafficking, and her status as Trace's sister. Jackson is in total alpha male form, protecting Alani one moment, and having a steamy romance with her the next. Also receiving a lot of page time in this book is Dare from When You Dare (Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor)(1st book in the series) and Trace from Trace of Fever (Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor)(2nd book in the series). Trace is Alani's overprotective brother, and Dare is the surrogate brother to Alani. Jackson is the man Trace and Dare trust with their lives, but can they learn to trust him with their sister?

The Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor series has been packed with action, and smoking hot romances, but I felt Savor the Danger was the best so far. Savor the Danger can be read as a stand alone book, the background of each character is explained when they're introduced in the book.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Savoring Jackson 28 Jun. 2011
By RVAbooklover - Published on
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I will admit to a serious Jackson crush since his first appearance in this series. He is one of those in-your-face bad boys that will not be ignored, whether it's his turn to be the hero of the story or not. Whenever I have high expectations about a certain character, I automatically worry that the story will not be all I want it to be. It so often seems like previous secondary characters who move on to the starring role have personality transplants from one role to the other. Not so here. Jackson is just as bold, just as filterless and just as entertaining as he has been throughout the series.

Jackson has made no secret of his desire to get Alani, Trace's sister(Trace of Fever (Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor))into his bed. Well, as we join the story, that seduction has happened, but poor Jackson has no memory of it. Seems he was drugged prior to Alani's arrival, and he has no recollection of the past day's events. Watching him struggle to get the details out of her, at first covertly, then overtly, was vastly amusing. He is quietly dying to know what tipped the scales in his favor so he can do it again....and again....and again! Alani at first thinks he is rejecting her, then comes to believe he actually was incapacitated, and he is completely miserable about it.

Alani was not my favorite heroine in this series (that would be Priss), but I liked her well enough. She was a little too understanding at times. That may have worked for me if she had followed directions better. The juxtaposition of her not feeling the need to question Jackson with her refusal to do what he said jarred me a bit. Not enough to wreck the story, though, not at all. I love that she trusted him, it just seemed a little out of character, given the moments of jealousy shown, and her willngness to connect her elbow into his ribs when Jackson went all caveman on her. Still, her steadfastness and her willingness to explore their attraction endeared her to me.

Jackson tried so hard to be straightforward with Alani whenever possible, and to tell her he wasn't able to be honest when it came to security issues. His determination to win her trust and to honor his promises to her was touching and, dare I say, sweet. Jackson is a man of many levels, which he tries very hard to hide. Alani pretty much sees right through him, though.

I love the frankness of the conversations between Jackson and Alani. Sexually and emotionally, they go out of their way to be honest with each other, at least to the extent of answering questions honestly. Was it realistic for them to have that level of honesty? I don't know, but it was refreshing to read. Jackson, in his POV, was very open about how he wanted Alani and how he cared for her. His biggest fear was of Alani getting tired of him, and leaving. It was different to see the hero struggle to not overwhelm the heroine, while still being just wide open about his desire for her. I am not explaining it well, but wow, I felt the testosterone Jackson was throwing coming right off the pages. It was intoxicating.

The actual plotline of the book revolves around the human sex trading operation that has been the focus of the last 2 books. Very fast paced and the villian is just creepy. We also get introduced to 2 new characters who I think we will be seeing more of. Dare and Trace make several appearances throughout the story, which is nothing but good. Priss and Molly show up for a guest appearance, as do Chris, the girls and Liger.

There were a lot of light moments in the story, from Jackson's first encounter with Alani's ex, to Trace and Dare's reactions to Jackson and Alani as a couple. And Trace and Dare's reaction to Jackson', virility...was very funny.

I had a couple of small, almost nonissues with Savor the Danger. First, there were the few times that Alani came off as too good to be true. Second, the (SPOILER!)/Spencer subplot almost overpowered Jackson/Alani. That said, I cannot WAIT to read their book! Yikes, the few scenes they had together were blistering. Thirdly, not enough Chris! Then again, I am not sure there can ever be enough Chris, so that probably isn't fair to Ms. Foster.

All in all, a fabulous addition to the series. Love me some Jackson!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Not her best 6 July 2011
By lovetherain - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I love alpha males as much as the next gal & Lori Foster usually delivers, but Jackson was a bit much. EVERY look Jackson gave was intense. EVERY feeling was stronger than he'd had before. EVERYthing was over the top. I thought she took the time developing the plots of When You Dare & Trace of Fever, but this seemed forced, like she was pushing the deadline. We didn't get to see Alani's & Jackson's relationship develop over days & weeks; I looked down on page 140 & realized we were still on the same day as when the story opened. There was too much 'telling' & not enough character or plot development.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
What an awkward turn it took... 29 Jun. 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on
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I was very much into the book,and pleased with the progression and pace of things,until the last quarter,where the character of "Arizona" actually comes into play. Hearing the way Jackson,the male lead,describe someone whom he supposedly has no sexual interest in,and his preoccupation with her,when we are supposed to believe that he is desperately trying to win the trust and affection of Alani,turned me off rather abruptly.
Maybe the author didn't mean for one to read more into the relationship of Jackson and Arizona,but,with the way his instincts drifted to Arizona, and her misplaced obsession with him,their interactions had sexual undertones throughout. I understand that we are being introduced to new characters for a sequel, but the casualness of their situation seemed forced,which is a problem when we are supposed to be believing he wants another. Very awkward for a while there. I think the intensity between them should have been kicked down a few notches,instead of the writer having to actually come out and explain what she was trying to get across through the narrator's voice. I didn't like that part at all.
17 of 23 people found the following review helpful
An Insult to Intelligent Women 12 July 2011
By Ava Bird - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I loved the first book, When You Dare, however the subsequent books have been less than favorable each time. Savor the Danger was the worst. The leading lady (can't call her a herione) was absolutely terrible. If I ever saw her I would smack her silly. Alani keeps comparing Jackson to her brother Trace and her "other" brother Dare.. and she questions Jackson at every turn, even when he's trying to save her life.

Skip this and save your money.
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