#Review: Trust Me by Margaret Watson #Romance #Suspense @mwatsonauthor
Sometimes a book title or description just does not portray the true meaning of a book. It can be a little sketchy, convey a totally different meaning or just be totally wrong. Or it could just the how the readers understand the title and description. For me, I guess I did not fully understand everything behind ‘Trust Me’.
I am admitting I have not read any other book in this series. The author contacted me asking me to read/review this specific book. I started this book on a Tuesday night. It is Wednesday afternoon. After feeding animals, cleaning on the house some and taking care of some animals that needed cleaning and baths I went back to reading this story. The characters just kept coming into my head telling me I was not finished with their story and I need to get back to reading about them.
I am one of those readers that love details. For me, an author can almost never put into many details. I did feel the details were lacking in some areas of this book. The main reason I dropped one star from the rating. For other readers, this would be a full out 5 star or above rating. Details are my personal preference and do not reflect anything wrong with this book.
When starting Raine and Connor’s story I knew nothing about any other books in this series. After finishing I know that I want to get the other books and read this whole series.
Watson put enough male attitude and hormones into Connor to make him feel real. Connor has the morning after jerk attitude. The ‘because I said so’ attitude. Even the ‘well I am male so I will protect you’ attitude.
Then we have Raine and her independent attitude that she can and will take care of herself. She does not need a man to do anything for her especially tell her she cannot do something like take care of herself.
If you are looking for strong take charge characters then the bunnies and I highly suggest this book. The bunnies and I highly recommend this book to all who enjoy contemporary romantic suspense.
The bunnies and I give this book carrots.
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Raine Taylor has one goal – justice for her murdered sister. She knows Genie’s husband strangled her and left her in an alley – Peter had been threatening to kill his wife for years. The police said there was no proof Peter Northrup killed Genie. So it was up to Raine to make him pay.
When Detective Connor Donovan answers a call about a trespasser outside Northrup’s house, he finds a woman running down the street. When he tries to stop her, he’s left holding her hoodie as she strikes out like a ninja then vanishes like smoke.
Connor quickly realizes Raine is his mysterious trespasser. Now he has to figure out why she was outside Northrup’s house at three A.M. Raine isn’t his usual criminal – she’s a schoolteacher who coaches a tae-kwon-do team of under-privileged girls. And he’s wildly attracted to her.
Raine needs to stay away from Connor. She has a plan to deal with Northrup, and she can’t get involved with a cop. But like two magnets drawing together, she can’t resist him. Can Connor help her find justice for Genie? Or will her sister’s killer claim another victim before they can stop him?