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In Enemy Hands Kindle Edition
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Vandergriff gives Dante a picture of Nadia, and he is stunned by her beauty. Seeing her in person, he is overwhelmed by his attraction to her. Soon after Dante finds Nadia, her life is threatened and he helps her escape the men chasing her. When the danger has passed, Nadia's bodyguards arrive to bring her safely back home, once there, Dante meets Nadia's stepfather Nick.
The attraction between Nadia and Dante is growing and a bond is slowly forming, so when Nick offers Dante the job of being Nadia's bodyguard, he takes it as he is eager to stay with her. He realizes that this gives him the opportunity to get Nadia back to Vandergriff, but something doesn't feel right when Dante manages to deliver Nadia to the man that originally hires him. Realizing that he has made a terrible mistake, Dante now has to save Nadia and earn back her trust in the process. If he can't convince her and her family that he is on their side, the cost will be his life and Nadia's as well.
In Enemy Hands is fantastic! It is action packed and deeply sensual and I was on the edge of my seat from the first page to the last. Nadia is just as strong and smart as she is gorgeous. Dante is all Alpha male; handsome and tough, he doesn't hesitate to protect Nadia in any situation. I felt that In Enemy Hands is perfectly written. The storyline is intense and riveting, and the secondary characters are very well developed. The sexual tension between Nadia and Dante had me so eager I was panting with each kiss they shared. Michelle Perry has written a truly captivating and thrilling book with In Enemy Hands. It's a must read for any romantic suspense fan. I can't wait to read it again!
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Nadia is beautiful and wild (she's sassy, smokes ciggies, has a tramp stamp) but she's really two dimensional. She has no personality to speak of beyond just being "wild child" and I didn't feel like we got to know her at all. She's like "the model" in that movie Cobra. Just along for the ride and beautiful to look at and for Dante to lust over.
I didn't notice when they fell in love period, if they ever did. They definitely feel huge lust and physical attraction to each other but that's about it. When Nadia is screaming to daddy that she loves Dante, I was literally rolling my eyes. She felt like a little teenage girl. It just didn't seem real.
There's a great plot idea here- though it is NOT original at all. Bounty hunter type man is hired to collect and deliver an innocent woman to the bad guy, but he ends up protecting her instead- I've seen the movie and read the book a few times, as have you I'm sure. But it COULD have worked in this story as there is always room for a twist. But to no avail. The writing was cheesy and amateurish. There were good parts here and there, but strung together it just made for an underdeveloped romantic suspense book.
Dante rescues Nadia from thugs, which enables him to enter the highly fortified home of Nick. He soon pulls off the abduction and delivers Nadia to what he assumes is the safety of her dad. However, he quickly realizes his error and willingly risks his life to rectify what harm he has caused by delivering the woman he has fallen in love with to Gary, who has plans to use her as a disposable pawn to enact vengeance against the ex-wife he scarred and her lover.
IN ENEMY HANDS is an exhilarating romantic suspense tale starring a hero who allows his personal life to interfere with his judgment, an often used device made fresh by a strong support cast. Once he sees clearly and realizes what he has done, Dante moves heaven and earth to save Nadia's life even if it means at the cost of his own. Gary is the embodiment of pure evil and readers will find him fascinating because he seems like he has no soul. Fans will appreciate this tense thriller as first Dante and then Nadia take chances with their lives to do the right thing for love.