Ellie Palmer and cops
don’t mix, and getting pulled over by Officer Brett Hale—again—doesn’t
help. Neither does being forced to take a safe-driving course with him.
Brett’s by-the-book attitude leaves Ellie ice-cold, and his rock-hard
body won’t change that. Still, the more time she spends with the guy,
the more she finds herself warming up to his unexpected charms.
though Brett comes off like a boy scout, Ellie has sparked something he
wants badly enough to get him to rethink his past mistakes. But when
her ex shows up, Brett makes it his mission to keep Ellie safe in the
here and now. His gut tells him the guy’s trouble, and Ellie must agree,
because she doesn’t complain when Brett pulls her close. To keep her
safe, though, he’ll have to choose between breaking her heart . . . and
breaking the rules.
I honestly didn't remember Brett or Ellie from the first two books. I did read Plain Jayne over a year ago, but I read Prima Donna not that long ago and I didn't remember them. They were minor characters in both books though.
I feel like this was a good read. It was nice to see the other characters that I grew to really like in the other two books. I didn't enjoy Ellie and Brett as much. I'm not sure it is was because they were both very closed off individuals or what, but I just couldn't connect with them. Meanwhile, the plot was ok, but kinda overdone lately.
If you've read the other two books than check this out, but otherwise I'd say skip it.