Sunday 21 March 2021

✪ Arrogant Officer ✪ Lauren Runow & Jeannine Colette ✪



 It all started when I got an email.

Let me rephrase. A sextortion email from someone claiming they tapped into my computer and recorded me while watching an adult graphic video. If I don’t send them money, they’ll show everyone in my contact list.

As a chemistry teacher at a private school, I panicked. Not only do I love my job, I need it. Desperate and afraid, I run to the police station and ask an officer for help.

A very gorgeous, very arrogant officer, Dax Harder.

Dax is a mixture of a fearless warrior and an undisciplined child. After he proves to me that it’s a spam email and they didn’t actually hack in to my computer, he uses the incident to tease me. I leave the police station in a huff hoping to never see Dax again.

Fate has other ideas.

Everywhere I go, I run into Officer Harder. Our tension turns into more and soon we’re embarking on a fiery and bold romance. The more time I spend with him, I learn there’s a dark past that lingers behind the eyes of the closely guarded cop.

And whatever it is, it’s enough for him to push me away.


 ARC received for an honest review

Raise your hands if you have ever received one of those spam emails saying the emailer has caught you watching porn and wants bitcoins or they tell everyone *raises hand*

Only that email didn't lead me to a police station, or an Officer Hot Pants.

Oh, the naivety of Bree leads her to some life changes!

I like Dax from the start start, but he did frustrate me at times, taking on the sins of the past.  Ugh, I wanted to slap some sense into this otherwise great guy.

I liked that Bree had a backbone and told Dax what she thought, instead of being a simpering woman going all woe is me.

There was great chemistry between the chemistry and the cop, and whilst for me it was all a little bit insta-love (that is my issue, nothing to do the book or anyone else) I liked the direction the book takes us.

I have been enjoying these zodiac books, and an looking forward to seeing where the next one takes us.