I'm supposed to read this together with a friend, but then so many things have been happening to my life lately that I can't seem to concentrate on this book. Don't get me wrong, this book isn't bad, but I don't think I can rate this book as a good read either since I didn't read it full heartedly. My mind was simply not with the book. :-(

Back when I read the first book to this series, To The Edge, I got wowed by the story and the characters. (By the way, this is the second book and there is also a third book called To The Brink.) The hero in that book was sooo sexy!

Eve Garrett, the heroine and a security specialist in To The Limit, receives a late night message from her estranged friend Tiffany Claybourne out in a storm. She befriended Tiff while she was working as a Secret Service agent years ago. Anyway, Tiff is late and Eve feels that something is wrong. Later when she sees someone duck between some buildings and intends to find out more, she is jumped by an unknown assailant who seems to want her to be dead.

Curious to find out more, Eve searches the night spots the next night hoping to find traces of Tiff but instead, she meets the last person she intends to see...

Tyler 'Mac' McClain, a former cop turned private investigator is now working for Tiff's wealthy, reclusive father. It is his job to find Tiff and he has never expected to find Eve face to face under this situation; for he had broken her heart fourteen years ago when they were teenagers.

Eve is equally stumbled to chance upon Mac, but she is worried about Tiff and fearing she has met up in some danger. They have no choice but to work together, although they can't fight off the attraction they still have for each other...

PS: Julia, sorry that I'm being a slow reader this time round but I'm sure you would understand...
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  1. Julia Says:

    Melody - No need to apology. I know when life get so busy, that one tend to lose the concentration on their reading :)

    Good review by the way, lot better than mine :)

  2. Melody Says:

    Thanks Julia, but honestly I feel yours is equally good too. :-)


  3. Julia Says:

    *blushing* awwww thank! :)

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