When opposites attract … anything can happen …
Dezi was a plain-and-simple type of guy. He loved working for Levi’s company and had enjoyed the jobs he’d been given so far. When a businesswoman contacted Ice over, well, ice, … things got interesting.
Diamond was an exclusive jewelry designer, born and raised in the industry, working within her father’s diamond company. When a custom-designed item was checked before shipment, she realized the piece wasn’t her workmanship. Somehow someone had forged her work and had slipped it in the shipment as a replacement.
However, the theft and forgery quickly escalate to kidnapping and armed robbery. Dezi and Diamond need to figure this out fast, before something else gets added to the list: murder.
This book was fun . Quite a wild ride
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
This was a thoroughly captivating story. The plot was intriguing as to who was behind all of the madness in bringing Diamond down and was carefully crafted to keep me glued to my e-reader. There were so many possibilities that I was still guessing right to the end.
I adored Dezi and Diamond. You could see the chemistry between these two characters right from the beginning. I also loved the fact that the story was written in a dual POV format. This is a favorite of mine. It helps me to identify with the characters and understand their actions so much better.
I would recommend this story to anyone over the age of 18 due to some sexual scenes. They were not highly graphic in detail as some get. While this book can be read as a stand-alone in the series, I do highly suggest that you start at the beginning of the series. Several characters do make reappearances.
Dezi’s Diamond (A Jeweler and a Host of Suspects)
Legendary Security, known by many as Heroes for Hire, has a new job and Dezi is protecting a jewelry designer who is under attack, both through her business and personally. The who has so many possibilities -- family ? friends ? an ex ? a stalker ?
This book was provided free for review.