"Just when things were going good..."
Just when Christian Delacourt has his life aimed in the
direction he wants it, the start of his own Body Guard
Protective agency and the promise of a life together with
beautiful homicide detective Raven Mackenzie, the past
reaches out and grabs him by the throat in the form of the
mysterious and slinky Jasmine.
Jasmine demands that Christian help her save her kidnapped
employer, crime boss, all around bad guy, her lover—and
Christian's father. The father Christian has never met, nor
is even sure he wants to, but he owes Jasmine his life and
she's calling in the marker.
But when he leaves Raven behind to go to his father's last
known location in Brazil for her "own safety", Raven is not
about to stay behind as a distressed damsel when Christian
is out there with unremorseful killers hot on his tail.
Jordan Dane concludes her "No One" series in a fast action
emotional free-for-all. Not only does Christian have to find
his father before he is killed, but he has to come to terms
with how he feels about him and whether the man is even
worth saving. They're not exactly the Christmas card
swapping type family. While at the same time, his new
relationship with one feisty homicide detective is stretched
and tested to the bounds of love and loyalty and just how
far they can really trust each other's abilities.
The entire series is terrific, written in bold, swiping
strokes that capture the feel of Brazil and the sense of
urgency. "No One" should miss these books.
Reviewed by Clover Autrey
Posted October 27, 2008