One day, her father tried a con at a casino. When someone makes him angry, he kills to teach a lesson and he has taught many lessons His chief of security, Addison Foster is his go-to man. Total number of sex scene pages: around 18. It bugs me when an explanation for something isn't well sketched out. They did have a moral compass, but it doesn't point in the same direction as most people. I understand the story of Gillie and Taye will be in a future book, but a little more story about what happened to them immediately after the denouement would have been nice.
Throughout the book you can't quite categorize him. I require a bit more depth than that to really get into the story. I think it's my unassailable belief that love does conquer all. She was very much like a lot of other heroines in some ways but very d 3. Granted, the background - the Whys and Hows and Whats - aren't explained here, are barely hinted at, so it could still be that kind of story.
Also, the times of arrival at different places seem wrong in the interaction between Foster's deeds in Las Vegas and the extended road trip that Kyra takes with Reyes to find Mia. Throughout the book you can't quite categorize him. Sometimes it is horrifying, like the ability to rape someone. But I would have preferred more info up front. Ava Gray is the alter ego of Ann Aguirre, one of the most talented romantic sci-fi authors writing in the genre.
I wanted to know what all the fuss was about. He cares for her, and Kyra starts to notice it to. I held my breath, hoping that Reyes would realize that he couldn't hurt Kyra, because he loved her. Revenge is the dominant motivation for all four, and romance takes a back seat until after a very satisfying climax to the adventure. I can't stop thinking about the sexual chemistry between Kyra and Reyes. This made him an even stronger character to me. And Søren is not much better off when Mia steals the key to his heart and unlocks the steel fortress that has surrounded it for so long and it is then Søren has to decide whether his love for Mia should triumph over his need for revenge or whether he should walk the Earth as a lonesome shell for the rest of his life.
. I don't love it as much as the Jax series, but I'll be there to read Skin Tight when it comes out in June 2010. Obviously Serrano is crooked and evil and slimy. He's one of the best and has the track record to prove it. It was practically perfect in every way.
There is intense action, violence, Ok, I can really kick myself over this book, I have had it on my shelf for over 4 months and kept pushing it back. She then flaunted in front of a casino camera that she was leaving him. Ava Gray, aka Ann Aguirre, has written a book that blends romance and action into the sexiest thing out there. I can't think of another book that gives the hero and heroine criminal attributes, yet you still root for them - and in my case I root for them to keep up the unethical practices. That right there is a rare quality. It bugs me when an explanation for something isn't well sketched out. He was the head of security for Gerrano's Vegas casino.
I knew from the start there was so much more to him than met the eye and he was definitely not whom he was making me believe he was. The adrenaline rode the two of them hard, particularly after a fight. Foster aka Thomas aka Soren, is an extremely broken man. Outside of paranormal romance, I love the insight into the psychotic mind of a killer. Their romance scenes are so hot.
He was contracted by Kyra's ex-fiance, Gerald Serrano, to capture Kyra, find the money and bring her back to Serrano. However, Reyes knows he's on borrowed time. The publisher's back cover blurb, repeated at the top of this Goodreads page, sets up the story and three of the four principal characters quite well, so I'll just pick up where the blurb leaves off. Kyra, our heroine is on the run after conning a wealthy and dangerous businessman named Gerard Serrano. It makes more of an interesting read when you can get to know the characters more.
Foster is not your typical romance hero. Ava Gray writes the most unique and interesting characters especially with the cold, emotionless Foster. The thing that made the romance work for me is that they both were messed up. Reading Skin Game was a different experience than usual. Mia embezzles from people, Strong is still chopping off people's fingers at the end of the book. With a slight paranormal twist to Skin Game that in no way ever makes the characters seem less human, Ava Gray added a little something extra to the mix. Like Fox Murder, I really want to believe.