November 4, 2016 by Dayo Benson
The Model is book number 25 for me (I think) so you’d think I’d stop getting excited about release days, but I haven’t. I’m so excited it’s unbelievable 🙂
The Model is Ash Lincoln’s book and he was a blast to write about. The Lincoln boys are supposed to be real bad boys, but only a few of them are really actually bad. Most of them are sensitive deep thinkers who despite their wealth and success aren’t really happy and want more out of life.
Keltie, our leading lady, challenges Ash and pushes him to exasperation with her unwillingness to give in to a second date or open up to him. She’s perfect for his inflated ego and her faith makes him question his own beliefs.
Here’s the synopsis again:
He’s in love. She’s just doing her job.
Or is she?
The first rule of undercover work is not to fall for the guy you’re investigating. The second rule is not to continue working on a case that your boss has taken off you. FBI Special Agent, Keltie Nicolls, has broken both.
After one undercover date with hot new model, Ash Lincoln—a man who is as dangerous as he is attractive—Keltie decides she doesn’t have the strength to withstand his lethal brand of appeal. But backing out is not an option because Ash is like a sleeping lion that she has disturbed. She is his prey. And he seems bent on catching her.
His methods are intense.
His love is passionate.
But his worldview is toxic.
Can she guard her heart or will she be consumed?
I’m just wrapping up the next Lincoln book, which is called The Runaway. And, in my opinion, it’s even better than The Model because the brother in The Runaway is already a Christian and he’s getting to grips with all the changes in his life 🙂 You can tell I love writing this stuff.
As ever, let me know what you think once you finish reading The Model.
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