Harlequin Reissue Of TakenAnd Say Yes TakenThings Are Heating Up Between Security Expert Dillon Jones And The Notorious Virginia Johnson They Re Trying To Find Out Who Framed Dillon S Brother For Embezzlement As They Search For The Truth, Dillon Can T Help But Draw Closer To Feisty Virginia His Code Of Honor Is Barely Keeping Him In Check But Leave It To A Take Charge Woman To Take What She Wants Say YesAfter Finding Her Now Former Fianc In Bed With Another Woman, Sara Simmons Decides That Love And Marriage Just Aren T For Her What She Needs Is A Hot Fling Enter Hunky Next Door Neighbor Gavin Blake But Gavin Is Playing For Keeps, And He S Vowed To Hold Out For Than Sex Begging Isn T Sara S Style But She Will If He Won T


10 thoughts on “Caught!: Taken!\Say Yes

  1. Cheri Cheri says:

    The 1st story Taken I just did not care for at all It was dry and much too drug out It reminded me of an old black white B movie The 3 Stars go to the 2nd story Say Yes I liked it It was full of humor and romance.


  2. Patty Patty says:

    Source LibraryTaken 3 StarsSay Yes 4 Stars


  3. Christa Christa says:

    This book was very difficult for me to rate I really did not enjoy the first story, but I liked the second one Giving the book a 3 is pushing it for how I felt about Taken , but I felt that Say Yes deserves a 4 If possible I would rate the book overall as a 3.5 My problem with Taken was that I really did not like the characters, especially the heroine She was very abrasive, difficult to like, and I got truly tired of how much focus was given to her being overweight The hero was generally likeable, but I found his background and situation to be strange and not very feasible It also really annoyed me when the hero questioned why the heroine wanted to watch her weight and she replied that she was ten pounds overweight The hero responded with, More like twenty I thought that was a horrible line for a hero even though he went on to say he thought it looked good on her The characters from Say Yes were much likeable, although I worried about the heroine s antics at the very beginning of the book The hero is very sweet and knows from the start of the story that he wants the heroine in his life permanently He was a very tender beta hero who salvaged the entire book for me Taken finds Dillon Jones working as he...


  4. Maura Maura says:

    Taken 4 5 Virginia Johnson is a middle child in a family where only the strong survive, and so she has She is a woman who shows no weakness, but is full of vulnerability Dillon is a security expert, masquerading as an employee, but what he s really trying to do is find out how to get his brother out of trouble from the false extortion charges that Virginia s older brother has come up with And Virginia is the key It won t be any problem seducing information out of her he s attracted to her, which is surprising to him since he doesn t even like her But Dillon starts to see who she really is and despite his determination to go through with his plans, he begins to think he ll regret hurting her First impression I figured that I would absolutely hate Virginia and that she would annoy me throughout the story Getting to understand her a little bit better and to really see those vulenrabilities she carries, was a game changer and suddenly, no matter how bossy or stubborn she got, I understood where she was coming from So in the end I...


  5. Sammie Sammie says:

    It was good , not my fav from her but i still enjoyed reading both stories.Taken The plot was ok but i found this story a little lacking , i liked Dillon he was cool and i understand why he was doing what he was doing but i still don t like seeing others use people , Virgina is a bit of a tight ass and i don t really care for her character i mean she really bossy and she orders people around , there were some funny parts when Dillon kidnapped Virgina , the other thing i didn t care for was that she and some of the other characters kept putting her down because she is a little over weight ,i didn t care for that at all.Say YesI liked this one the plot had a bit of the cheese factor but it was still fun to read, Gavin is so funny i really liked him, and Sara was ok again i didn t much care for her character ,some of the things she does i didn t like, i didn t really see what gavin saw in her , there were some really funny parts in the stor...


  6. Mom Mom says:

    Things are heating up between security expert Dillon Jones and the notorious Virginia Johnson They re trying to find out who framed Dillon s brother for embezzlement As they search for the truth, Dillon can t help but draw closer to feisty Virginia His code of honor is barely keeping him in check but leave it to a take charge woman to take what she wants After finding her now former fianc in bed with another woman, Sara Simmons decides that love and marriage just aren t for her What she needs i...


  7. Becky Becky says:

    Taken was a cute story A little cheesy, but overall it was enjoyable light reading Dillon s character is strong willed and manipulative when it suits him Virginia is a tough lady and incredibly stubborn, but Dillion is able to break through that barrier The ending is pretty sweet with just a touch of a twist This was a quick and easy read that left me smiling Kind of what I d call a feel g...


  8. PepsiGirl PepsiGirl says:

    Taken Story about Dillon, a man working to clear his brothers name after being accused of embezzlement Virginia the boss of the company, his plan is to seduce her do he can gain access to her files At first I wad interested but it grew tiresome Say Yes The story starts out cute, the characters are likeable Gavin is contractor home builder who ...


  9. Linda Linda says:

    This is an older book by Lori Foster and contains two short stores Taken and Say Yes Taken is about a security expert who has another motive for getting hired on at a company His brother has been framed for embezzlement and he needs to find the guilty party But he didn t plan on falling in love with the sister who i...


  10. Renégade ♥ Renégade ♥ says:

    4 stars