Sunday, January 1, 2017

#Review - Deadly Fall by Elle James

Deadly Fall (Harlequin Romantic Suspense) by [James, Elle]It's been a while since I've devoured a wonderful Elle James story. Deadly Fall was a nice fix for my Elle James craving.

Andrew Stratford has all the money he could possible need and more problems then he knows what to do with. He and his little girl were both in a horrible situation not long ago and both are still recovering and trying hard to forget their pasts. 

Andrew is smart, caring, and not always sure how to show his feelings. He loves his little girl but is still finding his way in parenthood. 

Leigha is such a sweet little girl, incredibly smart, and very possibly in a lot of danger. Andrew hires a bodyguard and gets way more than he is bargaining for. 

Dixie Reeves has been through a lot. This woman is strong, tough, independent, and a lady everyone would want in their corner if they were in trouble. She also has a sweet side. She had no idea she was great with kids until she meets the adorable Leigha. They bond instantly and Dix will do anything to keep her new charge safe. 

Andrew and Dix don't exactly start on the right foot. Their friction quickly turns to attraction. They both have suffered so much in their past. Is it possible that two damaged souls could be exactly what they need to heal. 

I loved the interaction with Leigha in this book. She plays a huge role not only in the romance but in the mystery as well. She is quite the little character and I adored her from the beginning. My heart also broke for this sweet girl. You'll see why when you grab up your copy of this great book. 

This book is full of mystery and drama. I was held spellbound from the first page all the way to the end. I read this book in one setting because there was NO WAY I was putting it down until I found out exactly who and why were causing problems for these three people. 

I was given the chance to read this intense page turner story and it has been my great pleasure to share my thoughts with you.

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