Review: Taking Care of the Target by Cindi Madsen
Source: Received for review
Publication date: January 23, 2017
About the book:
Vince DaMarco always liked Cassie, the shy waitress who works at the restaurant that serves as a front for his mob boss uncle. Unfortunately, she witnesses a back alley hit, and while fleeing, she’s struck by a truck. Now she’s at the top of the hit list. Desperate to stop anyone who’d draw out Cassie’s death, Vince volunteers to take care of it.
Cassie Dalton has no recollection of her accident, but she’s told she’s lucky to be alive. A few years are missing from her memory, and the unsettling feeling that something isn’t right—along with the creepy sensation that she’s being watched—won’t go away.
Vince shows up right when Cassie needs him most. In a world of confusion, the rugged stranger is the one thing that makes sense. But little does she know, she’s found refuge in the arms of the very man who’s been sent to kill her.
I am a huge fan of Cindi Madsen’s sweet romances and new adult romances so when I saw she was releasing a romantic suspense I jumped at the chance to review it. She certainly did not disappoint and I fell in love with both Vince and Cassie. The chemistry between the two was so thick that you could feel it and watching the two dance around each other until they came together was great to see. The story line was interesting and I really enjoyed the supporting characters as well including Vince’s brother. Cindi Madsen just has a way of writing a story that sucks you in and takes you on a great ride. Definitely recommend Taking Care of the Target if you love a great romance with a dose of suspense tossed in.