The Socialite and the Bodyguard

The Socialite and the Bodyguard Bodyguard to a dog Former commando Nash Wilder can t believe he took this assignment watching over the prized poodle of some spoiled heiress But with his history the burly ex soldier can t turn down

  • Title: The Socialite and the Bodyguard
  • Author: Dana Marton
  • ISBN: 9781426846595
  • Page: 342
  • Format: ebook
  • Bodyguard to a dog Former commando Nash Wilder can t believe he took this assignment, watching over the prized poodle of some spoiled heiress But with his history, the burly ex soldier can t turn down a job and the task of protecting pretty Kayla Landon and her pedigreed pooch was a direct command But when the threats escalate, and the danger shifts from puppy to ownerBodyguard to a dog Former commando Nash Wilder can t believe he took this assignment, watching over the prized poodle of some spoiled heiress But with his history, the burly ex soldier can t turn down a job and the task of protecting pretty Kayla Landon and her pedigreed pooch was a direct command But when the threats escalate, and the danger shifts from puppy to owner, Nash s years of combat training kick in Before long, the rugged bodyguard comes to recognize that the undeniably attractive Kayla has her own kind of strength and that, to save her, he must risk everything.

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    1. "Four cursed days at the Vegas Dog Show, guarding celebrity heiress and media darling Kayla Landon's puff poodle Tsini. If the boss wanted to unman him, it would have been easier to castrate him and be done with it. What kind of dog received death threats anyway? He couldn't see something like that happening to a real dog like a rottweiler or a German shepherd." I loved this little book! A near-perfect mix of romance, suspense, and humor, it's officially my all-time favorite Harlequin Intrigue. [...]

    2. Former marine/commando/black ops/etc. has to protect a popcorn empire heiress and media darling’s precious poodle Tsini. The dog has received some threats and she needs to be protected.But the pet detective gig takes a different turn when the heiress turns out to be completely different from the blond airhead persona portrayed in the media, and he realizes that she is the one in real danger.This was a surprisingly good read given the premise. Just the fact Kayla wasn’t an airhead princess wi [...]

    3. I picked this one up because I was hoping for the fun of a good romance with the dog show connection, but when it came to the dog show elements, the juxtaposition of "yes, this rings true" with, "this is a completely inaccurate fabrication," turned it into a skim-book. The errors bothered me not only because they jarred me out of the story, but because they were so far from reality that they present a skewed picture of conformation shows in a believable manner. If you're going to pin the foundat [...]

    4. It was just alright.I am not a big fan of the Harlequin Intrigue line for some reason. I've only read a couple that I actually liked. They seem to focus a little too much on the Intrigue portion and less on the romance. Maybe that's the point, but if I'm going to read a Harlequin, I need a solid romance.I found the heroine a little TSTLe just kept putting herself in harm's way and refused to listen to the highly trained former marine hired to guard her. Dumb move in my opinion. So yeah, it was j [...]

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