Title : Trace of Fever
Series : Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor #2
Release date : May 31th, 2011
Publisher : Harlequin Books
Genre : Contemporary Romance
Trace River’s sister Alani has been kidnapped by human trafficking and moved to Mexico, where his best friend Dare saved her and brought her home safely. Those responsible are dead, but that isn’t enough for Trace and his friends, they want the ones higher on the ladder. So now he is working undercover as a bodyguard for Murray Coburn, a big player in the human trafficking business and Trace will do anything to bring him down.
Priscilla Patterson visits Murray Coburn and claims that he is her unknown father. She isn’t there to claim her birthright or to get to know her father; no revenge is the only thing on her mind. It appears her mother was one of the first victims of Murray and taught her daughter not to trust any man. But she didn’t expect to meet this tall handsome bodyguard Trace, who make it his business to keep her save from the start.
Trace of Fever by Lori Foster is the second novel in her Men who Walk the Edge of Honor Series and another great instalment. The first novel was a surprise with one hell of an alpha male as main character and this time I was prepared…at least that’s what I thought.
Trace Rivers has been undercover in Murray Coburn’s company for a couple of weeks now. He wants to take this huge player in human trafficking down, but not before he finds out who else is involved. Trace is a real protector, so when Priss walks into Coburn’s office and claims to be his daughter, he knows he has to protect her, because Coburn will use or sell his own daughter if that means he could earn more money.
Priss Patterson has lived a very protected life; her mother was one of the first victims and warned her daughter to be very careful around men. Priss is determined to destroy her father for what he’s done to her mother and revenge is the only thing on her mind when she steps into that office.
The chemistry between Trace and Priss is there from the beginning, but you can tell that Priss is very innocent in very way. I have to say that her innocence bugged me some times, okay she’s very young and lived a protected life, but then again she owns an adult shop, luckily Trace’s character balanced it all.
I loved that we saw the previous couple Dare and Molly back again and don’t forget Chris and his terrific comments. We also see the third man Jackson, the hero of the third novel.
Miss Lori Foster has written another great novel in this series, and I have to say if she keeps writing about these sexy alpha men I’m going to be there every step of the way. Savor the Danger is next and I know Jackson’s story is going to be another fabulous one.
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