What can I say about me. I'm a mother of two beautiful girls (3 years and one of 12 weeks). Beside them I have another addiction. I love to read and loose myself in a world of romance, gorgeous alpha males and absolute love.
To authors and other reviewing websites, if you would like me to review your book, I'd be happy to. I prefer the genres paranormal, urban fantasy, erotica romance and young adult, but if you novel is from another genre, please feel free to contact me.
I'll post my reviews on my blog, shelfari, goodreads, Networkedblog and my facebook page.
You can reach me through the contact button on the top.
Title: The Object of his Protection Released: November 1, 2008 Publisher: Kimani Genre: Contemporary Romance
Drey St. John is a private investigator and has recently hired by the Braddock Family to investigate their father’s death. But what they don’t know that Drey is their half-brother. Drey’s mother just told him that his mentor he knew his whole life was his biological father. He will do anything in his power to find out who is responsible for his death.
Charlene Anderson is a forensic scientist and a good friend of Drey. They have had a working relationship for years, so when Drey ask her in private about the death of the senator and his personal driver, Charlene will help him to get the information he needs.
Because of her help to Drey, Charlene’s life is now in danger and the only way to stay out of the hands of the killer is to move in with him…temporality.
The Object of His Protection by Brenda Jackson is a wonderful book to read between all those heavy Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance.
Drey and Charlene know each other for a while now, but never gave in to the attraction between them. Charlene doesn’t want a relationship; she has no time for it….and besides who want this “old” virgin as a girlfriend. But Drey is not an ordinary man, he wants Charlene and this temporality moving into his apartment is a great opportunity to prove her that he wants this for real.
This is a great book to read on a Sunday afternoon or just after a hard day at work…nothing on your mind, just relax and enjoy.