Countermeasures by Janie Crouch

Posted in Contemporary Romance/ Reviews/ Romantic Suspense 4th February 2015
Countermeasures by Janie CrouchCountermeasures (Omega Sector #2) by Janie Crouch
Published by Harlequin on January 20th 2015
Pages: 224
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four-stars


THE CLOCK WAS TICKING, THE ENEMY WAS WATCHING…

At first it looked like a glorified babysitting job: safeguard a scientist while she created a countermeasure to neutralize a dangerous weapon that had fallen into the wrong hands. But when Dr. Megan Fuller's life was threatened, undercover agent Sawyer Branson knew the enemy was closing in. Sticking by Megan 24/7 wasn't something he took lightly, even if Megan didn't seem to appreciate his constant presence. For a man used to getting any woman he wanted, Megan was a challenge he was coming to enjoy. Because beneath her boxy lab coat and pinned-back hair lay a brilliant and beautiful warrior. And before long, Sawyer's determination to save the world was matched only by the sudden need to make Megan his.

Sawyer Branson accidentally tripped and punched his boss, or at least, that’s how the official line goes. The punishment befits the crime and he’s sent to babysit a computer scientist who’s suddenly at risk because of her ability to develop a countermeasure for a piece of equipment that can potentially ruin the entirety of law enforcement. It’s all a hack job that’s way below of his abilities…until he meets Dr. Zane Megan Fuller, whom he mistakes as a receptionist. The stakes have never been higher when Megan suddenly finds herself the target of several attacks and amidst the escalating violence she and Sawyer get a lot closer than they had ever anticipated.

I definitely liked the second parter in what should be called the Branson series a lot better and Megan is a great heroine (an alluring mix of geek, uncertainty and bravery) as well as a good complement to the charming playboy whose charms just can’t quite function normally with her. My only complaint is the abrupt end and the sudden jump from attraction to love that leaves me rather unconvinced about them not quite having yet worked out their issues about trust.

four-stars

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