When famed negotiator Mikhail Dreslin and his crew head to ‘Port Adana for a little R & R, the last thing he expects is to have an exotic runaway drop into his arms.
Joiandra is neither as harmless nor as innocent as she appears, though she plays the role well. Who and what she is, is a mystery Mik will have to solve if he wants to keep her. The longer he holds her the less he wants to let her go, but who’s playing whom in this dangerous game?
“Herself. This might be the hardest role she ever played.”
She’s running away from a life she doesn’t want to live… he’s determined to help her live the life she wants, it’s making that possible that might be more challenging than one would expect.
This done in one story has a nice pace as these two characters get to know one another, and Mik’s natural urge to protect shifts into something stronger and more meaningful as they get to know one another. A story about facing our problems, accepting help, trusting our instincts, and finding solutions-even when it involves some creativity.
I was gifted with a copy of Dangerous Obsession and chose to share my thoughts.