Love Me by Sharon Kleve #Review
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Quirky, Private Investigator, Sage McGuire can’t seem to stay out of trouble in LOVE ME.
Bad-ass, Sergeant Carter Morgan of the Portland Police Department takes risks for a living—but he’d never risked his heart before. From the first flirty look Sage flashes, he is hooked and it’s been a roller-coaster ride ever since.
With Carter’s conniving ex-girlfriend, FBI Special Agent Mia Williams, in the looney-bin things finally seem to be settling back to normal, until Mr. Smithfield, Sage’s old boss, appears in her dreams asking for help to avenge his death. Knowing full well it could lead to another trip to the emergency room, Sage agrees to help.
Even with Carter trailing her every move, Sage solves Mr. Smithfield’s murder, and helps put her ex-boss’s wicked bride in jail.
With all the excitement, Sage forgets to buy Carter a Valentine’s Day gift, unless you count the edible, strawberry-flavored panties and banana-flavored massage gel. Carter on the other hand hits it out-of-the-park with a cupcake topped with a very special sparkling surprise.
Can Carter keep Sage safe, and out of trouble long enough to get her down the aisle.
Stick around for RESCUE ME – A Sage McGuire Romance.
Love MeAs soon as I started this ARC of Love Me, I knew it was not a stand alone book and I was starting in the middle of a series. Normally I would go and try to read the prior ones, but I didn’t have time this time, but that was ok. There was a nice recap and this story had an easy enough to follow the storyline. Sage has recently started her own investigative agency and it sounds like she has had many very interesting cases. This time she investigates the death of a loved boss after he visits her in a dream. She gets herself into some sticky situations that thankfully her cop boyfriend can help get her out of. This book was a quick and simple to follow read. There weren’t any surprises or cliffhanger moments. Although I found the story easy to read and had no problems with it, I only rate it 3.5 hearts because I found it a little too simple, edging on boring.
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