Review of Always Dangerous (Adrenaline Highs) by Dee J. Adams

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Oh my, what a love story!! Our hero, Leo, had such a hard shell around his heart, but if you can get through that you find a good guy with a big heart. He held a secret close to him because he just wanted to protect his secret. However, after seeing what his mother went through, he was determined he will not be a parent. He is recovering financially after his crooked accountant embezzled from him. He needs to finish his film, but has no way to pay for it. He also cannot get a certain blonde out of his head from 2 months ago.

Kim was shocked when her aunt leaves her 10 million dollars and her cousin only gets the house because of his gambling habit. When she discovers she is pregnant from a short tryst with movie star Leo Frost, who said he would never father a child or be in a committed relationship. She has to tell him and wants to do it in person, but she doesn’t expect for him to tell her to get rid of the baby. She leaves however, something is wrong with her car and she almost goes off a cliff, but Leo comes to save her. Then the tragedies seem to keep happening to Leo and Kim and all of the sudden her cousin, Wilson, shows up. And Kim isn’t sure it is a good thing, but is she being too harsh?

This book has lots of great suspense, it has some heartbreak, but watching as Kim and Leo struggle with their feelings for each other really made for a good story. There is no doubt that they have chemistry, but can they get past their previous hurts and ideas of relationships. Kim helps Leo in so many ways, but can he give her forever. She won’t settle for less.

Overall, this was a great book, it is one my top rated stories I have read recently. I really enjoyed it. I couldn’t put it down and read it in one sitting. I just had to know what was going to happen with Wilson and whether Leo finally realize what he has in Kim. I would give it ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

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