No Strings Attached by Susan Andersen (Book Review)

July 29, 2014
Tasha Riordan‘s one night with Luc Bradshaw was the best of her life. The following two—when he left her to be thrown into a Bahamian jail on bogus charges—were her worst. Now, seven years later, the undercover DEA agent is back. Invading her town. Her restaurant. Her fantasies. She can’t trust a man who lied to her. Yet neither can she trust herself—not when their chemistry burns even hotter than before.
Learning he has two half brothers shocks Luc. Discovering they live in the same town as Tasha—that’s a different kind of thrill. Their mutual lust is still off the charts, but he can’t get her to listen to his side of what happened on that long-ago night. Good thing he’s got powers of persuasion that go deeper than words. Because nothing has ever felt this right…
This was a nice story about two people who lives crossed again after seven years and overcame their past to achieve their HEA. The past meaning: a drug bust – secret identities – and a deceptive agent. 
Nice BUT……………..
With Luc being an undercover DEA agent and Tasha suffering two nights of hell due to his profession, I was let down Susan never really put that into play. Sure, she touched on “Is he really an agent?”, “How could you leave me?”, and “Did you know I was in jail?” However, I expected someone from his past to resurface – other than his commander. I wanted more intrigue. In that aspect, this story was lacking. I think with its absence, this story didn’t reach five stars but had the potential to be that with a little work. 
Heart rating system:
1 (lowest) and 5 (highest) 
Score: ❤❤❤

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