Wednesday, July 8, 2015

*** Review & Virtual Tour of Protector for Hire (Front and Center 4 ) By Tawna Fenske ****

Protector for Hire
Front and Center #4
By: Tawna Fenske
Releasing June 30, 2015
Entangled: Lovestruck

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This was a great book. I was so into this book that I lost track 
of time, and before I knew it. It was 5am and I had to get 
ready to go, and with no sleep. This book was well written,
 thrilling, sweet and hot as hell. Schwartz is haunted by his 
past after what he survived in Iraq. and Janelle is running 
from her sadistic Ex. the only lace to send her is to stay with 
Schwartz. Who has become a recluse and cut himself off 
from everyone. As he trys to stay professional he still can 
help the draw he feels to Janelle, but here is the ting she like 
him to. Now she just has to get him to accept her love, he 
just does not think he deserves it. I love this story It has 
some real funny and heartfelt moments as well. this is the 4th 
book in the series, but can be read as a stand alone. 
I however recommend getting the other books as well. now
 as not to blow the story I will leave you here.
I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did.
If you do like this book, please consider leaving a review.
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Haunted by his time in Iraq, former soldier Schwartz Patton 
goes off the grid, retreating deep into Montana’s untamed 
wilderness. Now, ten years into his self-imposed solitude, his 
brother tracks him down and asks for a favor. A woman is in 
danger, and she needs help...and Schwartz is the only one 
who can protect her.

Designer-loving city girls like Janelle Keebler don't belong in 
the wilderness. Unless, of course, they're witnesses to a 
murder by their psycho drug-trafficking ex-husbands. Still, 
Janelle can't help the immediate physical response she has 
to her sexy-as-sin protector that leaves her wanting more 
than she could have ever imagined. Even if he does make 
terrible coffee...

Every word, every touch, every kiss ignites a need Schwartz 
thought he’d lost forever. He can't stop the desperate 
attraction simmering between him and Janelle, even if he 
wanted to. Even if it means it could get them both killed.

“You were gone a long time,” she said. “Did you have trouble finding something?”
He frowned, not wanting to admit he’d been pacing around the damn store avoiding the 
inevitable moment he’d have to go back and face her and accept the fact that he’d probably 
never touch her again. “Not everything,” he said, poking the meat loaf with his fork but not 
taking a bite. “I got the milk.”
“No cond—coffee filters?”
“They were all out of cond—coffee filters.”
“All out?” She frowned. “I swear I saw a box when we were there the other day. They were 
right up by the register.”
He shifted on the bench, not wanting to admit he’d stared at the same damn box of 
condoms and thought about having her again.
Maybe just one more time before she walked out of his life forever. Instead, he’d forced 
himself to walk away. “The box was damaged. Can’t risk having holes in coffee filters.”
Across the table, Gordy wiped his chin with a napkin.
“You like the kind with the pointy tip, or the big wide ones?”
Schwartz blinked. “Uh— ”
Laverne beamed. “Oooh, I like the new ones they’re making now with the flavor-enhancing 
Schwartz dared a glance at Janelle and saw that her face had gone from pink to bright red. 
She opened her mouth to say something, but Laverne cut her off.
“You know, I just love the ones with the extra-large base. The box says it makes for a 
deeper, bolder experience.”
Janelle choked on her drink, and Schwartz turned to see her sputtering into a glass that 
looked suspiciously full of moonshine.
“How much of that have you had?” he asked.
“Not enough,” she said.


Tawna Fenske is a romantic comedy author who writes humorous fiction, risqué romance, and heartwarming love stories with a quirky twist. Her offbeat brand of romance has been praised by Booklist as “A tame Carl Hiaasen on cupid juice,” and RT Book Reviews nominated her debut novel for contemporary romance of the year. Tawna is a fourth generation Oregonian who can peel a banana with her toes and who loses an average of 20 pairs of eyeglasses per year. She lives in Bend, Oregon with her husband, step kids, and a menagerie of ill-behaved pets.

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