Beautiful Criminal (McCoy’s Boys #1)
by Shady Grace
Genre: Romance, Adult Fiction
Published:June 9th 2015
Mima Etu lives a quiet life with her sled dogs in the stunning Canadian Rockies. But that all changes when she stumbles upon a plane crash while out on a supply run. She’s shocked to discover the pilot is still alive—though barely. With the sun setting and the temperatures quickly dropping, Mima knows he’d never survive the trip to the nearest hospital. So she takes the stranger back to her cabin. As he heals, his vague answers to Mima’s questions about the flight tell her he has secrets. But more disturbing is the consuming, immediate attraction she senses between them.
Before he lost control of his Cessna and plunged into a pilot’s hell, Gabriel Miller was on a deadly mission with precious cargo. Now he’s awakened in the comfort of a log cabin with a gorgeous woman tending to his every need. Her soft-spoken beauty sparks his longing for a different kind of life….and it isn’t long before they surrender to a blazing passion. But their blissful days are numbered. For the owners of the cargo are bent on finding Gabriel—and once they do, they don’t intend to leave any witnesses behind.
About Shady Grace
Shady Grace (formerly known as BL Bonita) makes Northern Ontario her home, where the bush is so thick you can’t see two feet past the tree line. Perhaps the mystery of the woods was what initially sparked her need to write. She adores strong alpha males who fall for fiery, independent women, in settings with humorous dialogue and action-filled plots. Shady believes love and sex should be exciting and unforgettable. Being able to write about it is better than cheesecake.
*ARC kindly provided via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.*
Lately I feel like all I give is bad reviews. I hate giving out bad reviews…. This book was a real short story… It was way more romance than suspense and what suspense there was, was lacking. The sexy was lacking, the secondary characters were inconsequential. I couldn’t help but think how desperate Mima was for a man. I understand she lived on her own with her dogs, but there surely had to be men in town.