Monday, May 21, 2012

Linda Kage, The Right to Remain Mine

Title:  The Right to Remain Mine
Author:  Linda Kage 
Rating:  Four Siren Stones 

Genre:  Contemporary Romance
Keywords:  Cops, Lawyer, Stalker 
Word Count:  79,000       
ISBN E-Book:  978-1926996783
Price:  $4.99
ISBN for Print:  978-1927454039
Price:  $14.95
Publisher:  Champagne Books
Reviewer:  Nikki

Tagline:  Raith hates lawyers; Willow hates alpha men. Together, they can't keep their hands off each other.


You have the right to remain cherished. Anything you read or scream out in ecstasy can and will be used against you in the bedroom of Willow DeVane. You have the right to enjoy a big, sexy cop. If you can’t find your own, one by the name of Raith Malloy will be provided for you to enjoy and explore thoroughly within these pages. Tempers flare from the first moment divorce lawyer Willow DeVane crosses paths with sheriff deputy Raith Malloy. Both too stubborn and controlling for their own good, Willow and Raith butt heads until anger turns to passion, and they begin an affair despite their brewing hostilities. But more than one force works against them when they learn Willow’s being targeted by a dangerous stalker.


Anger, passion, fiery comebacks, and a love that just can't be denied.  The heat and heart in The Right to Remain Mine shine through, and the love that grows only gets deeper.

Raith is a tough cop and a man that can't stand any sense.  Then comes around this feisty woman, one he has a powerful attraction to.  However, he’s having a tough time getting to know her for they can't seem to get along.  Plus...she's a lawyer.  And well, I think you can guess what that does to him.

Willow- wow.  That's what I have to say about her.  She's strong, wilful, stubborn, and one heck of a heroine.  The angst that turns into passion between the couple is imminent and up front.

The Right to Remain Mine sizzles in all the right places and aims to please lovers of hot contemporary romances.  I enjoyed this story.  If you like contemporary romance, don't miss this one. 

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