A Bookworm Review by Ana
I give this book 5 stars!
Two stubborn people equals what?? One hell of a ride…
Have a look at the blurb:
Sebastian is a mystery romance and the fifth book in the series, For The Love Of A Good Woman. Sebastian is a standalone, but the characters from the series appear throughout all the books.
“Men. I will never understand the way your brains work.”
“That’s probably a good thing, sweetheart.”
“Don’t call me sweetheart. I’m not your sweetheart or any other endearment.”
“Maybe I should call you Gingersnap.”
“I said not to call me anything. You can call me Maggie.”
I continued on as if she wasn’t speaking. “Of course, you don’t really have a ginger color. Maybe ‘Red’ would be better.”
“No, you’re right. You’re not really a redhead either.”
“How about you stick with Maggie?”
“I could call you Freckles…”
“I don’t have freckles.”
“Yes, you do. Now that your makeup has worn off a little, I can see those cute freckles poking through.”
“What?” She threw down the visor and looked at herself in the mirror. “Oh my, God! Why didn’t you tell me I looked like this?” She started running her fingers through her hair and wiping the dirt from her face, which only cleaned her makeup off more, revealing that beautiful, creamy skin.
“Actually, you look about the same as you did this morning. Didn’t you take a shower last night?”
“I was busy trying not to be blown up.”
“Maybe I should call you Strawberry. You are a strawberry blonde, after all.”
“Can’t you just let this go?”
“The guys will be naming you if I don’t. Better to let me name you, otherwise you’ll end up with something like ‘Fire Crotch’. I glanced over at her and then down. “How do I know for sure that you’re really a redhead? Maybe you want to give me a sneak peek? See if the carpet matches the drapes?”
“Ugh.” She said infuriated. “You are so irritating. My name is Maggie. Not Red. Not Ginger. Not Strawberry or Fire Crotch. Maggie. Get it right or I’ll be giving you my own nickname.”
Stubborn. Bull-headed. Sexy as hell. That was Maggie. The woman that I was currently protecting. As owner of Reed Security, I didn’t really go into the field that often, but I was coerced into playing bodyguard for the trouble making reporter. She didn’t listen to a damn thing I said and was constantly putting herself in danger. This story she was investigating was going to get her killed if she didn’t learn to listen. More troubling than that was the fact that I was seriously attracted to her and was having a hard time keeping my hands off her. She was a distraction that I really needed to avoid if I wanted to keep us both alive.
Tall. Rugged. Lethal. Words that didn’t even begin to describe Sebastian, the man that was supposed to be protecting me. I found that I liked to push his buttons and get a reaction out of him. It kept things exciting. He also wasn’t bad at keeping me alive, which was a bonus when every other minute someone was trying to kill me. Now if only I could get him to stop resisting me. I seriously needed a way to let off some steam and he was the perfect distraction. Still, I had to stay focused and get to the bottom of this story before I ended up at the bottom of the river wearing a pair of cement shoes.
It’s getting harder to refuse a book. I had tried but I couldn’t. Lol. I refuse to lose a good reading to get more hours of sleep. Call me crazy but I don’t care.
I’ve only been following this lady for a few weeks but they were enough to make me a stalker. Lol.
Giulia has a way with words that can make you addicted… Just saying. Been there and done that… Anyway you need to give her a try and start to read For The Love Of A Good Woman series. Just start it and you’ll be hooked in a sec. I’ve already read 4 books and I’m about to embark on the fifth.
Sebastian is the next book from this series and Dayum… It explores the lifes of Sebastian and Maggie.
Sebastian was a military man that served his time but after an injury he was discharged from duties. After that he created his security firm and this way he could keep protecting people. When he accepted the mission to protect a reporter he couldn’t imagine the turn his life would get.
Maggie is a reporter that lives and breaths her career. She’s used to do things her way and doesn’t take no for an answer. When she puts her mind in one thing it might be impossible to break her will. When she start persuing a story she couldn’t even guessed…
Jesus… What was this? I’m amazed…
Great plot, well written, super engaging, intense and scary. Let not forget hot too.
The chemistry these two share is of chats but they are so stubborn… Jeez. How can two people be like this?
There were parts of the story that I laughed so hard but there were others that I was nervous and a bit scared.
Suspense was lurking in each page and the need to know more was getting higher and higher.
This book presented us with crime, punishment, drama, suspense as well as desire, love, friendship and loyalty.
Girls… We have some steamy scenes too.
Giulia… You rock. This series is getting better and better and I’m so glad to have Sean’s book waiting. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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About The Author:
I’m a stay at home mom that loves to read. Some of my favorite titles are Pride and Prejudice, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Horatio Hornblower. I started writing when I was trying to come up with suggestions on ways I could help bring in some extra money. I came up with the idea that I could donate plasma because you could earn an extra $500/month. My husband responded with, “No. Find something else. Write a blog. Write a book.” I didn’t think I had anything to share on blog that a thousand other mothers hadn’t already thought of. I decided to take his challenge seriously and sat down to write my first book, Jack. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed writing. From there, the stories continued to flow and I haven’t been able to stop. I hope my readers enjoy my books as much as I enjoy writing them. Between reading, writing, and taking care of three small kids, my days are quite full.