Monday, October 14, 2013

Getting Rowdy by Lori Foster



Rowdy Yates purchases the bar that Avery Mullins works at and immediately promotes her to head bartender.  As the sparks fly between the two of them Avery keeps turning him down, which NEVER happens to Rowdy.   When Avery’s past starts to threaten her safety she relies on Rowdy to keep her safe.  The more time together they spend the harder it is to deny their attraction and the more the passion is felt. 

Thank God for Rowdy.  He is the protector, the womanizer, and the lover.   Although he knows what he wants, Avery, and accepts that he can’t have her, he doesn’t let that slow him down.  When Avery walks in on Rowdy and another woman, I could see the change coming.   The jealousy was immediate and I knew then that it was going to get HOT!  Lori Foster did not disappoint. 

Although there was hotness, there was also seriousness.  Avery’s history was heavy.   I do not want to spoil it for anyone so I won’t say much.  But the reason that she is working in a bar and living in a dump is scary serious and not to be taken lightly.   The fact that Rowdy was there to save and protect her made her a damsel in distress and she has her knight in shining armor.

I am ready for more…I want Cannon and Dash’s story.  Of course more of Rowdy would be appreciated also.   The first two books in this series, Run the Risk and Bare It All, have just been added to my must read list.   Anyone looking for a hot and fun read has to check out this series.

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