Date read: April 2, 2014
1. Tank - Kindle
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I used to think I had it all under control. Then a letter from the father I haven't seen in years changes everything. The only thing keeping my head above water is Emma. She's the one true and honest thing in my life. I don't need the money. I sure as hell don't need a father.Thoughts on Tank: I really liked this one. While you could see the massive potential for problems as soon as Tank's father offers Emma the job of bringing his son back to him, the lead up to when everything comes to a head is fun.
The only thing I need… is her.
Tank Marshall has thirty days to meet his dying father or he loses his inheritance forever. He hates his deadbeat dad but his mother needs surgery and he'd do anything for her. Even dance with the devil.
Emma Shaw dreams of a new life, away from the tragedy of her past but she's too broke to afford dreams. Until she gets the job of a lifetime, coaxing a rich client’s estranged son back into the fold. One meeting for $1 million. It's the deal of a lifetime.
Until she’s lying to the only man who makes her feel safe.
And Tank... oh, man, I liked the guy. He's a little screwed up and a lot stubborn. His family life is complicated -- mom's sick, bro's hurting, and Tank's the one trying to keep them from falling apart -- and then he finds out he has a handful of other brothers he's never known about. Yeah, complicated. Emma is his light.
And she's not being entirely honest about why she's allowing her interest in him out after battening it down before.
Speaking of Emma, she hasn't had the easiest time of it recently. While the million Tank's father is offering her would go a long way toward changing things for her, some pain can't be outrun. And talk about complicated family dynamics. I didn't know what to make of Emma's sister for most of the book.
Family. You can't live with them, you can't escape their creepy boyfriends. *shudder*
Yeah, so I liked Tank, I liked Emma, and I'm completely looking forward to seeing the other brothers fall.