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    EBUZZ: Caught! by Lorie O'Clare

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    Caught by Lorie O'Clare

    Whoever said accountants were boring, had never met Jordan Hall. Tall, dark and handsome, his determined, relentless nature isn't confined to his professional life, as Roxanne Isley is finding out. The man is sexy as sin. Saying no just isn't an option.

    But as one of the most successful investment brokers in the country, Jordan has a reputation to uphold and his client'’s investments to protect. So when money starts disappearing from client accounts and Roxanne finds herself a prime suspect, it is not a good time to start a torrid affair with her delicious boss.

    Jordan Hall knows he has finally found the woman of his dreams. She's a wild spitfire and taming her will be more fun than he can anticipate. But falling for her couldn't have happened at a worse time.

    With the race on to find a thief, and protect his business and his name from public scandal, Jordan knows that the one person he can trust is Roxanne.

    But when theft turns to kidnapping and Roxanne is snatched from under his nose, Jordan knows he will do anything to get his woman back.
    For the most part I really liked this novel. But the big drawback, and it was huge, is Jordan's mistrust of Roxanne goes on way way too long.

    Jordan is an alphaalphaman with daddy done wrong issues but is hawt and I liked him except for that BIG thing. Roxanne, if I recall correctly doesn't have the V issue that Jane loves to hate. The story is a good RS wrapped up in an erotic romance.

    The end is somewhat over the top and comes from out of now where, even though the 'thief' from the office seemed to be easy to figure out from the get go. Over all a good read. Try it you might like it. Excerpt found in link above...

    Jane Meter: Readable (yes first one I give a Jane Meter too and I am iffy on it ;) )
    Next Lori O'Clare: From the First (first in the Torrid Love Series, have read but need to refresh the memory a touch)



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