The Colonel's Daughter
by Amy Andrews
Publication Date: August 10, 2015
The sting of this Scorpio is unforgettably hot...
Ivy Danforth is out from under her Colonel father's overprotective control, and she's making it count. Big time. She's taken the summer off to travel through Australia with her bestie and experiencing all that life has to offer—when you’re not under constant military surveillance. She wants to end her summer with some sexy fun, and she has just the hottie in mind.
Seth Rodrigo is ex-Special Forces working undercover and keeping an eye on Ivy as a special favor to her father. All he has to do is not give the game away and reveal who he really is. And especially not give into the hunger that's burning through his careful control... Then they're forced into protective custody. Alone. Together. For four days. And this time, the Colonel's daughter isn't taking no for an answer...
The Colonel's Daughter was a sweet romance with action and suspense to spice it up. Amy Andrews wrote characters who were vastly different from each other and when they mixed together they sparked like flame to kindling. Seth was super sexy and Ivy's dream stud. He was also undercover per her super paranoid father's orders. Being beholden to the Colonel makes not getting into his daughter's pants a priority. One he succeeded at until she lands herself in some serious trouble and has to go into protective custody then his loyalty slowly fizzles away under the weight of his need.
The book was a good read and quite enjoyable. I liked Seth and Ivy a lot. Together they were combustible, separate they smoldered with their want for each other. The story kept me entertained and their romance was not easy. Seth and Ivy had to fight for what they wanted. This book had a super cute ending.
My rating system is different from Amazon where this will be a 4✰. See my rating chart to the right.