Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Review: TRUST ME by Margaret Watson

Connor Donovan is a no-nonsense cop who is intrigued by the alluring prowler with the impressive kick.

Story has a good pace that picks up rather quickly.

Raine sounded like a cool chick. I mean, she teaches tae-kwan-do! Her mission is to teach her girls to live life with “invincible spirit.” Awesome!

Of course, Raine has a dark quest that is admirable and courageous. She aims to bring her sister’s killer to justice, and she knows, without a shadow of a doubt, that the husband is in every way involved. That’s why she was lurking around his place, where she was chased by the hunky Detective Donovan.

Of course, Connor had a point: If Raine wanted to lure her sister’s killer into attacking her so she can claim self-defense, he wasn’t going to play by the rules of the dojo tournament. This guy would fight dirty and she would most likely lose, especially if she can’t take down a 6-foot Connor Donovan. Face it: Raine was just full of anger. Still it wouldn’t stop her from avenging her sister. It’s a good thing she has Connor by her side, even if he doesn’t want to be.

How can two people infuriate each other and still want each other at the same time?

The object standing between Connor and Raine was not just the irresistible and tangible attraction but an issue of trust. She didn’t trust cops and he didn’t trust people who might have a hidden agenda, which he believed was everyone. Both are smart, snappy characters that are quick on their feet, so naturally they make a dynamic duo in this murder investigation.

On top of that, the guy on the cover looks like Stefan Salvatore from The Vampire Diaries.  A hottie!

Well-written and enticing, Trust Me is a kick-ass romantic thriller!

My rating: 4 stars

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