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Summary

“What I feel for you? It’s not healthy. It’s an obsession.”

From the author of the number one Amazon best-seller Pretend You’re Mine, Lucy Score once again delivers an unforgettable, suspenseful love story with the first novel in the Sinner and Saint duet. 

Rule-bound Xavier Saint has seen it all, from the battlefield to the behind-the-scenes business of protecting Hollywood’s elite. His private security firm is the best in the country, but he’s sick of protecting vapid starlets from themselves. Which is exactly what he thinks he’s getting into with Waverly Sinner, a second-screen goddess. But she’s not just another celebrity on self-destruct.

Waverly Sinner has everything she never wanted. Parts she doesn’t want to play, dangerously manipulative parents, and a public life devoid of any kind of privacy. She hides the panic attacks and the pain behind a movie-star smile and plots her escape from the life she never chose. Until the sinfully sexy Xavier shows up to slam the door shut on her own private prison. While sparks fly and their battle of wills heats up, a new threat materializes. Someone has been watching her, worshiping her, for years, and he’s about to make his very public, very deadly move. Can Xavier stand between her and danger, or will his feelings for Waverly dull his instincts and endanger them both?

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  • CzekMart
  • 25-12-21

Romantic Suspense at Its Best

I absolutely adored this captivating, suspenseful, swooney, romantic, and steamy story that follows the life of Hollywood princess Waverly and her bodyguard Xavier, who becomes so much more than just an employee, as he protects her from a dangerous stalker.
Crossing the Line is Book 1 of a duet and the second book - Breaking the Rules, is readily available for your enjoyment as well.
The narration by Sophie Daniels is excellent - I immersed myself in the story as she performed it and it made for an amazing adventure!
I definitely recommend this book to everyone who enjoys romantic suspense!

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  • Cielo
  • 14-04-22

A good book . . . BUT. [[ POSSIBLE SPOILERS)]{

I really enjoyed this book except for one thing: WAY too much sex!!!! Once they hooked up it was pretty much having sex, talking about having sex, fantasizing about having sex —— UGGHHH! Just too much!! Not even sure if I want to buy the next one:((

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  • Jennifer Marie
  • 07-04-22

Love Waverly & Xavier

I was pulled into this story right from the beginning. Xavier is hired to protect Waverly by her family after it is discovered she has a stalker. I love how feisty Waverly is and she knows what she wants and fights Xavier as much as she can but he is not one to give up. Their banter is so much fun and they have a ton of chemisty that they can’t fight. This book was a page turner and I immediatley started book two after the cliffhanger. Sophie Daniels is a new narrator to me and I loved her. She did a great job bringing all of these characters to life and kept me engaged in the story.