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★★★★★

“To the Limit ”

Written on: 12/07/2005 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

To the Limit

Cindy Gerard

St. Martin's, Sep 2005, $6.99, 352 pp.

ISBN: 0312990928



In West Palm beach, Florida at 1:00 in the morning, personal security specialist Eve Garrett wonders where teenage heiress Tiffany Clayborne is. The young woman hysterically called Eve to meet her in the nasty rainstorm, but she is no where in sight. Eve only came for Tiff when they bonded three years ago while she was a Secret Service agent protecting her, which she did when an assailant tried to get to Tiff. Impatient Eve goes out of her car only to be accosted by a thug who before knocking her out whispers "You're dead. You just don't know it yet.



The next night though still sore, Eve searches for Tiff at some of the popular night spots when she runs into the last man that she wants to meet alone, Tyler "Mac" McClain. Fourteen years ago they were hot lovers, but he left her without a look back. He explains that Tiff's dad Jeremy hired him to find her before she does something stupid that the media learns about and then portrays her as as rich bimbo to the world. Eve believes Tiff is in trouble. When a bomb nearly kills her followed by other attempts on her life, Eve reluctantly agrees to team up with Mac in search of the missing teen.



The second bodyguard romance (see TO THE EDGE) is a super action-packed investigative thriller starring two capable individuals who have a history that they must overcome if they are to locate and perhaps rescue the missing teen let alone find a future together. Love is not the issue between them; nor is attraction and desire. Instead the two obstinate heroes take each TO THE LIMIT as they battle one another for the top position.



Harriet Klausner

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