Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Early Review of The Ideal Man by Julie Garwood

Publisher: Dutton Adult (August 9, 2011)
ISBN-10: 052595225X
ISBN-13: 978-0525952251
Genre: Contemporary Romance Suspense
Classification: Adult Fiction
Format: Hardcover, 352 pages (I read the ebook version of ARC)

There is just something about Garwood’s men that just makes you want to rip them off the pages and pull them into the real world. *sigh* If only.;)

Some girls have all the luck. In Ellie Sullivan’s case it’s all bad. Stalked at age 11 by a 17 year old psychopath and left for dead, she is a survivor. Still looking over her shoulder after all these years she’s learned to be cautious and go on living knowing he‘s still out there somewhere. Now she’s the possible target of a hit-man. In the wrong place at the wrong time she witnessed the shooting of an FBI agent and the killers mean to make sure no witnesses are left.

Max Daniels is the FBI agent assigned to protect her. He is totally (in Ellie’s opinion) not the ideal man for her. He lives in another state, has a dangerous job, and doesn’t believe in more than a casual relationship. He’s also devilishly handsome. Why is it we always want what we shouldn't?

Action, romance, and suspense with a touch humor are packed into this one. I absolutely loved it. If you’re a Garwood fan like me you won’t be disappointed. I have yet to meet a book of hers I didn’t like. Yes, I’ll definitely be buying a copy when the book hits the shelves. It’ll be going on my keeper shelf. The ebook version just won’t do.

I gave this one 5 out of 5 stars.

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