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Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

REVIEW - Rich (Benson Security #5) by Janet Elizabeth Henderson

...she isn’t the same bright-eyed graduate that walked through their doors years earlier. Now, she’s strong, powerful, and somewhat terrifying. A woman who doesn’t suffer fools lightly and who is afraid of nothing.


REVIEW

What a great, great ride!

Don't let the cover, somehow ordinary, to disarm you! Don't let the blurb disarm you either! (even if it's better than many other blurbs there that say too much). Rich was good entertainment! I liked enough to bypass my daily duties and stay glued to the laptop screen to read it. And I really, really don't like to read PDF books on my laptop!

Anyway, I think that there are very big chances for you to enjoy it too. I mean, what's not to like? Strong heroines but still vulnerable? Heroes better than James Bond? Lovers who fight for their love when it seems that it's unwanted? Or the (permanent) humor that tempers the darker, serious themes and makes them easier to be grasped? Or perhaps the two crazy families, one by blood and one by choice (but who's choice is the pop-up question) who use any occasion to provoke witty, sarcastic much-deserved replies? Maybe the sustained fast-paced rhythm? Or maybe the fact that even if you saw or read before such stories, you don't feel the awkward similarity leaking through the words. Yeah, I didn't think so!

So, don't lose any more time and read it! I want to know if you liked it as much as I did! (or what it's wrong with you, guys!! joking... nope...)

Description:

Release Date: April 23rd, 2020

Rachel Ford-Talbot has nothing to do with her family or their pharmaceutical business. And she likes it that way. As one of four partners who own an internationally renowned security business, Rachel prefers to leave her past, with all its secrets, deeply buried.

But when a series of thefts reveal that the family business is being targeted for industrial espionage, her father begs Rachel to investigate. His illness makes it hard for her to refuse, but Rachel wonders if he truly understands what he’s unleashing on his company. Because she isn’t the same bright-eyed graduate that walked through their doors years earlier. Now, she’s strong, powerful, and somewhat terrifying. A woman who doesn’t suffer fools lightly and who is afraid of nothing.

She also isn’t alone.

This time, she has the might and expertise of Benson Security at her back. And an ex-CIA agent at her side—because Michael “Harvard” Carter has appointed himself her bodyguard for the duration. Even though Rachel doesn’t need, or want, the annoyingly sexy man’s help. But while the world sees a first-class bitch when they look at her, Michael sees only someone who intrigues him. Which makes him the biggest threat of all.

***This is a standalone novel. You don’t have to have read any of my other books to enjoy it.***

About the author:
Janet is a Scot who moved to New Zealand fifteen years ago. Among other things, she’s been an artist, a teacher, a security guard at a castle, a magazine editor, and a cleaner in a drop in center for drug addicts (NOT the best job!). She now writes full-time and is working on her 19th book. Her books have won several awards, including the Daphne du Maurier award for excellence in mystery and suspense. When she isn’t living in her head, she raises two kids, one husband, and several random animals. She survives on chocolate and caffeine.


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5 comments:

Rita Wray said...

Sounds like a good read.

Dale Wilken said...

Sounds great.

wendy Hutton said...

great cover, this book sounds intersting thanks

johnthuku0 said...

That is a very good cover art that has been used. Very interesting read.

Anna Josefin Bergman said...

Looks great!