Killer Curves by Naima Simone

Killer Curves by Naima SimoneKiller Curves by Naima Simone
Series: Guarding Her Body #2
Published by Entangled: Ignite on December 7th 2015
Pages: 206
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Lately, things have been a little weird for Sloane Barrett—late night crank calls, disturbing images inher inbox, her tires slashed. She tries not to let it bother her. She tries to pretend everything is ok. Then someone breaks into her house and attacks her...and Sloane realizes she needs professional help. Tall, gorgeous and overwhelmingly intense help. But Sloane knows all too well just how much trouble intense guys can be.
Security Specialist Ciaran Ross's priority is to ensure Sloane is safe. His gut tells him she's in danger, but his feelings for her are pulling his focus. Ciaran has already made the mistake of falling for a client, and the results were disastrous. He won't risk it again. He can't. But running from love is the surest way to get Sloane killed...

Naima Simone has never failed to entertain me with her writing and ‘Killer Curves’ is no different, with some over-the-top descriptions of animal attraction that actually made me burst out laughing in incredulity before the action really kicked in. The story is entirely predictable, with a tortured hero who has allowed a night of tragedy to define the way he now lives his life, but finally sees the light with an equally insecure heroine who manages to find her footing by the time the book ends. I enjoyed this nonetheless, for the quirks, the suspense and the perceptive insight into human behaviour that Ms. Simone always inserts into every story.