Wednesday, April 20, 2016

ARC: Over the Line - Lisa Desrochers (On the Run #2)

Published Date: April 19, 2016
Genre: Romance
Synopsis: Lee Delgado never planned on falling in love with the irresistible Oliver Savoca, son of a Chicago crime lord. Considering that their families are rivals, she knew it could never work. And now that both their fathers have been nabbed on racketeering charges, any real chance at a future with the man she loves has been shot to hell. But a greater blow is yet to come. 

Not only does Lee learn that a contract is out on her life, she has reason to believe that Oliver is behind the devastating betrayal. Now she’s working closely—very closely—with Federal Agent Sean Callahan to help bring her man down. But however she’s come to feel about Callahan, Lee is still deeply, hopelessly, unabashedly in love with Oliver.

Where that fearless love takes Lee next is beyond her control—but the risk is worth every beat of her heart.

I'm sorry. I think I may be crying over there because of all the feels of Lisa Desrocher's Over the Line. Of course, I didn't know the other characters in the first book of the On the Run series but I absolutely loved this book. 

Hook, line, sinker. That is all I felt during this book and if everyone loves a good romance that has a thrilling aspect to the story. When you meet the Delgado family, you want more. And more. And more. There is no end to the need and want. 

Lee is a strong,  independent woman. That is, until she met Oliver. Her guard was up because she was never going to get involved with the Chicago crime lord's son. Until she comes up with a brilliant plan to screw him over. Literally. 

I think I fell in love with the aspect of a bad boy gone good because he fell for someone he shouldn't have. Over the Line will make your heart pound with the affection, break with affliction, and mend with the reconciliation. In this book, you will fall in love with the characters, in general. 

"Ohana means family and family means nobody gets left behind."
There are no words to describe this book other than to just read it. Although, I would recommend reading it from book 1. I rate this a good 4.3 out of 5 stars.

Blog you later, awesome book nerds. 

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