Razor's Edge by Jayne Rylon
Men in Blue Series, Book 2
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (November 2010)
248 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $4.24)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
Isabella and Razor had both been betrayed by someone they thought cared for them, Isabella fleeing from a despicable proposal from her husband and Razor disillusioned after being shot in the line of duty by a woman he'd put faith in. When Razor is assigned to go undercover to investigate Isabella and her family's business interests, their instant attraction is tempered by their need for caution and self-preservation. Both Isabella and Razor were a little frustrating at first, constantly swinging between distrust and devotion, but once that got ironed out for the most part, they had great chemistry and I loved how down-to-earth their relationship was from the very beginning, no doubt influenced by Razor's blunt nature. Isabella was a great unspoiled, rich girl and I liked that she got to keep the sweet, innocence that made her so lovable, while losing some of her naiveté. I'm excited to read the next book in this series, Mistress's Master, about Isabella's sister Lily and JRad!