Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Review: Talk to Me by Stephanie Reid


Author: Stephanie Reid
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Protector Series, Book #1 


Emily Simon is a good listener. Maybe a little too good. As a professional counselor who's been unintentionally clocking hours after work with her advice-seeking friends, Emily decides it's time to hang up the counselor hat when she's out of the office and make something happen in her own life. She has just two rules: No men with emotional baggage and no risk takers.

Bryan “Mac” McAvoy is tormented by the death of a teenage boy, shot during a robbery gone wrong, and fellow police officer, Sean Simon, is convinced his sister Emily is just the person to help Mac get back his edge.

With his dangerous vocation and giant suitcase full of guilt, Emily vows to steer clear and guard her heart. But when she receives a death threat from a deranged client, she finds that Mac may be the only man who can guard her life.

4 Stars

Emily listens to others all day long.  Even her friends but she never has anyone to open up to.  When her brother wants her to help Mac, she won't.  However, there is a pull between these two.  She tries to stay away.  She has her own issues but things happen.  These two are forced together and become fast friends and learn from each other.  I enjoyed reading this one.  


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