Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Kinncaid Brothers - Jaycee Clark

Deadly Shadows:
Jesslyn Black, a writer, is content living her now-single, childless life. If she keeps to herself, she can’t get hurt. Haunted by the past, Jesslyn never again wants to experience the soul-shredding pain of losing loved ones.

But a murder changes that.

Aiden Kinncaid is running from his own secret loss. As the CEO of Kinncaid Enterprises, he travels to this remote Colorado resort town to oversee the opening of the new Highland Hotel. Though he’s not interested in any kind of relationship, he finds himself drawn to this temperamental, brown-eyed beauty. And her rough-edged attitude is a challenge to him.

But whether or not either sought a relationship—they’ve found one. Aiden wants to protect Jesslyn even if she claims she can take care of herself, and she finds she can’t stop thinking about Aiden, even when he annoys her. Will they get their second chance at love and life before the killer eliminates one problem he doesn’t need?

Deadly Ties:
Taylor Reese is done with men, except for her son, Ryan. Dr. Gavin Kinncaid realizes Ms. Reese is the only woman he's ever wanted to strangle, but fate and passion soon twist their feelings into something other than antagonism, first into passion and then into love. But someone plots to rip this new happy family apart, spilling pain and death in their wake.

Deadly Obsession:
She’s his angel . . . his love . . . his obsession. . . .

He knew she wasn’t dead, and he’s finally found her.
Christian Bills has created a new life for herself with the help of the wealthy and powerful Kinncaid family. For almost nine years, she’s been hiding, but dark secrets from her past threaten to rip her safe world apart. 

Brayden Kinncaid doesn’t know what’s wrong with Christian. He’s known her for years and only recently discovered his feelings for her go beyond friendship. The changes in the once strong-willed woman are startling. Her haunted gray eyes and darting looks lead him to believe something is drastically wrong. No matter how hard he pushes her, she won’t confide in him. But when Christian is attacked, Brayden vows to discover what she is hiding--before it is too late.

Deadly Games:
The stakes are higher . . . the risks are steeper…the chances more fatal . . .

Rori Maitland has lived her life the way she’s wanted it. After retiring from MI6, she’s her own woman, few friends, no husband, and that is the way she bloody well prefers it. After all, her job is hardly normal.

Ian Kinncaid, master of disguise, has been estranged from his family for well over a decade. With his deep cover blown, he now needs a safe place to put the little girl he saved from the Czech underground. But the shadows cloak enemies and trust comes at too high a cost.

Notable Quote:
Jesslyn started laughing. "I do love it when Jock gets all irate over something and makes an ass out of himself."  (Deadly Games)

I loved each book in this series, and I found myself loving the next one more than the first and I didn't know that was possible.  Each brother has a trait about him that is easy to love and hard to stand.  My favorite book out of the 4 would be Deadly Games.  We meet Ian in every book before his, and he is helping his brothers in one way or another, but always under the radar, always in a disguise.  I find it kind of ironic that the one woman that has the skill to actually kill him and is being offered a lot of money to do it, ends up saving his life, in more ways than one.  The characters are lovable and relatable.  The kids are wonderfully written and you just want to scoop them up and pinch their cheeks. The villains were truly evil and easy to hate.  I would truly recommend this series to anyone who loves to read contemporary romance and romantic suspense.  P.S.  I have it on good authority that Quinlan will be getting his own book in Spring of 2012 (YAY).

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