From New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Rachel Van Dyken comes a new story in her Eagle Elite series....
Every family has rules, the mafia just has more....
Do not speak to the bosses unless spoken to. Do not make eye contact unless you want to die. And above all else, do not fall in love.
Renee Cassani's future is set. Her betrothal is set. Her life, after nannying for the five families for the summer, is set.
Somebody should have told Vic Colezan that. He's a man who doesn't take no for an answer. And he only wants one thing. Her.
Somebody should have told Renee that her bodyguard needed as much discipline as the kids she was nannying.
Good thing Vic has a firm hand.
Ce que les membres d'Audible en pensent
- R. Miller
Scarlet Chase is miscast here...
I'm a fan of Eagle Elite and I enjoyed this novella. However, I'm disappointed that Scarlet Chase was cast AGAIN. I love her as a narrator (Blacktop Cowboys series is phenomenal), but she definitely has a "mature" voice which doesn't fit with the 19-24yo characters she keeps narrating. Additionally, one of the things that I've loved about this series is that each character has his/her own voice throughout the series because the narrators changed depending on the POV. However, Scarlet Chase has been the female lead for Enrage, Eulogy, & Envy and David Benin has been the lead in Eulogy & Envy as well as narrating a DIFFERENT character in Enrage.
I'll keep pre-ordering the e-books, but I'm losing faith in the audiobooks.
- Lisa Osborn
This storyline was cute but not something that could be attributed to the Mafia. It ended abruptly and the secrecy surrounding the heroine was really not a secret! The narrators were both good though.
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