Calling on Quinn by Blue Saffire
Series: Blackheart Brothers #1
Genres: Romantic Suspense
He's trouble--of the very best kind
Quinn Blackheart is a private investigator, former cop, and no-nonsense, take-charge kind of guy who adores his sprawling Irish family. He likes to check all the boxes, and his niece's gorgeous driving instructor just earned a place at the top of his to-do list.
Alicia Rhodes has had a tough, chaotic year, and she's ready to put the past behind her and find happiness in the present. When handsome Quinn Blackhart shows up at a driving lesson, she can see he's the very best kind of trouble--but is she game? Now isn't a great time to get involved with a man--even if he's the most romantic, supportive, understanding, magnificent man she's ever met.
So between unfinished business of Alicia's, and a dangerous case threatening the Blackhart family, Quinn is determined to both woo Alicia and keep her safe--which is going to make for one wild, sexy ride.
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Quinn is a private investigator who is like a dog with a bone when it comes to pursuing Alicia. I’m serious, the moment they met he knew he wanted her and didn’t beat around the bush. I love that the Blackhart family is Irish because it makes everything he says just so much more swoon worthy. I could just imagine his accent while I was reading. The Blackharts have that closeness and family loyalty that is typical of many Irish families. Quinn is the oldest and you could tell just how much he loved his family in every interaction with them. We do meet his brothers who will get books in the future.
As for Alicia, she has suffered a rough year but is strong with wonderful friends at her back. There were times that I wasn’t sure if I liked Alicia, but it could be that she reminded me some of my sister. That colored how I felt about her and her past more than I thought it would. In fact, I wasn’t going to give the book five stars the first time I sat down to write this review. Then I went back and read the book again not allowing myself to see anyone but Alicia. Having done that made me enjoy the book for the amazing story that it was.