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  • Absolutely Amazing Book

    This is book seventeen in The Red Stone Security Series and it is Ivy and Nash's story and omg it is a must read. Ivy is a art retrieval expert for a international insurance company and now she is in her hometown trying to retrieve a painting worth millions but the only problem is that the crew that took this painting is very dangerous and they would kill you without thinking. Ivy was getting burnt out with all the constant travelling and she wanted to complete this job and pay off the mortgage of the animal centre that her aunt left her and she can live in Miami again. Nash works for Red Stone Security and he has been in love with Ivy for years but he is also best friend's with her brother Ezra but if he thought that there might be a chance that Ivy could feel the same way he would definitely take the chance but what would happen if they didn't work out as then everything would be complicated and he would loose everything but is Nash willing to go down that road only time will tell. Danger is surrounding Ivy and Nash and he is determined to protect Ivy and keep her safe even though she is so strong and can protect herself but add the chemistry between into the mix and anything could happen. I absolutely loved this book so much and I loved how even though Nash knew Ivy could protect herself he still wanted to be by her side and help her get the painting back. I couldn't this book and as it was so addictive and kept you on the edge of your seat wondering what else would happen. Katie Reus is an amazing author and writer and she certainly knows how to keep her reader's attention right from the start and I definitely recommend you read this book and others by her and you will definitely not be disappointed. I Voluntarily Reviewed an Arc Copy of this Amazing Book.

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  • An enjoyable read.

    Saving Danger maybe book seventeen in the Red Stone Security series, but Katie Reus shows no signs of slowing down. With a story that has a great mix of mystery and romance. As well as a few pockets of action as Ivy Danger an art retrieval expert and her close friend Nash Harris a Red Stone employee hunt for a stolen painting and the violent crew that took it. And it was an enjoyable read, that easily had me engaged. Not to mention was packed with characters who were both familiar and new. And one of the really lovely things about it, is that it can easily be read as a standalone. Would recommend. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

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  • Nash checked all my boxes!

    I loved this book so much! I haven’t read all of the Red Stone Security series but I wasn’t lost while reading this one as there is nothing here that requires the back story from earlier in the series. Nash and Ivy were fun to watch. They both had feelings for the other but were uncertain about acting on it. As they worked together the opportunity continued to arise giving Nash the chance to make what they were pretending to be real. I loved the way he smoothly handled it, not having a clue what Ivy was thinking. And holy brother’s best friend, he was super possessive, gorgeously protective and quietly jealous. Check boxes marked! This has a lot of action and drama to it. While we know who the bad guys are going in, there is still a mystery to solve. Watching it all play out was exciting. I also loved the interactions between all the characters involved. They reminded me so much of my own family and I found them to be not only fun but cute as well. Overall, an entertaining read with fun and engaging characters.

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  • Nash and Ivy

    Nash and Ivy. I so love Red Stone! Great chemistry between these two. It really is a slow burn. So many times you want to say get on with it already! Lots of action and suspense. Friends to lovers. Sweet ending.

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  • A great addition to this series

    Once again Katie has knocked it out of the park a perfect combination of romance and suspense that keeps you engaged so you are always waiting for what will happen next One of those books that you don't want to put down that will have you reading to the early hours of the morning because who really needs sleep Ivy has been working as art retrieval expert for quite a while but she knows it is time to move on and this last job will be the one to give her the money to set up her animal rescue in a good financial position , but danger is lurking this job will be far more dangerous than she expects Throw in Nash the man she has always wanted and things become complicated What she doesn't know is that Nash really doesn't think of her like a sister he wants her as well Can he keep her safe and maybe build a future with her you will have to read to see

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