Review: Take Me Now by Nancy Jardine

Another Monday brings another wonderful book for me to share with you.  Take Me Now is a contemporary romance with a suspenseful twist.  This wonderful story takes one part stubborn alpha, one part sassy heroine and one part danger to make a sexy romance with suspense on the side. For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.  Have a wonderful week!

25672008Book Blurb:

Patience isn’t Nairn Malcolm’s strong point when he finds himself and his business mysteriously under attack. He needs a general factotum immediately— someone with exceptionally varied skills who can ferry him around, help him keep his business running smoothly and be available to him 24/7. He doesn’t expect the only candidate who arrives at his Scottish island castle for an interview to be so competent…or so incredibly attractive.

Aela Cameron’s range of talents is perfect for Nairn’s current predicament. She loves transporting him all over the globe, adores his restored Scottish island castle, and is thrilled with his hectic lifestyle. Dangerous situations don’t faze her, in fact they make her more determined to solve the mystery of Nairn’s saboteur. She’s not into passing flings – yet how can she resist her new boss as time runs out on her temporary contract?

Can Nairn persuade Aela she’s the woman for the long haul as the mystery is solved?

Review:

Nairn is a workaholic.  Even after he is injured in an accident he insists on interviewing for his open PA position.  What Nairn doesn’t bank on is the no nonsense way Aela first deals with her incapacitated prospective employer.  As Nairn and Aela learn how to work together they become closer than normal employer and employees should.  But, when danger comes into play all Nairn can think is to protect Aela and send her away.  What he doesn’t expect is a woman that will do as she pleases.  Can the two of them survive the people determined to hurt them? Can they even survive each other?

This was quite a ride.  It had some very funny moments, sexy moments and don’t forget the suspense.  Nairn and Aela’s relationship was a memorable one.  it was fun watching it develop even if it started off stranger than most.  It was the development and growth between these two characters that propelled the story.  Through them they discover what is really happening to Nairn’s company.  Along the way they discover things about each other that brings them closer.  Nancy Jardine manages to weave a romantic story with the added rush of danger and intrigue.  I would recommend anyone to pick up this book just to meet your next broody book boyfriend, Nairn Malcolm.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Nancy Jardine
    Feb 23, 2016 @ 03:10:29

    Thank you for such lovely comments. I’m delighted that you love my Nairn. I really enjoyed writing about him… and Aela was a great character to invent as well.

    Reply

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