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Summary

A surprise inheritance reunites a mixed martial arts fighter with the woman he's never forgotten in the first in a smoldering new series from New York Times bestselling author Lori Foster Cannon Colter is quintessential hero material: chiseled jawline, shredded body-the works. He's also the guy who rescued Yvette Sweeny from kidnappers, only to put an end to her romantic dreams. These days, she's older, smarter, determined to face whatever life throws her way. Even the prospect of sharing a house and business with Cannon. Cannon knew Yvette wanted him three years ago. But she was young-and some things are worth waiting for. Thrown together by her grandfather's legacy, he realizes how deep Yvette's scars really go, and how much danger lurks in their quiet town. As pent-up desire explodes between them, protecting her becomes the only fight that matters. And he'll break all the rules to do it…

©2014 Lori Foster (P)2014 Recorded Books

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  • Stacy
  • 24-10-17

Really good read!

I enjoyed the book and found it sexy and suspenseful. Other reviewers have complained that Yvette was too weak or a ninny, but I think that's unfair. Sure, at the beginning of the book she's self-deluded and has a lot to learn, but she's only twenty-three and has had her life interrupted with a boatload of trauma. She grows up considerably in the course of the book, and that character development was one of the things I liked. I always enjoy Jim Frangione's narration.

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  • Diane
  • 29-08-14

Big disappointment!

This new series begins with Cannon and Yvette's story (Cannon showed up in Getting Rowdy, Love Undercover series book 3). Cannon had such potential for a great story unfortunately Lori Foster didn't make it happen. Yvette is (I won't actually say too stupid to live) is too lame, no backbone, always feeling like everyone is pitying her. And, with 3 hours left in the book I don't see a miraculous improvement for her character. Not much action or suspense, plenty of tiptoeing around a tepid romance. I can only hope the next book in the series picks back. The 1st series is Men Who Walk the Edge of Honor, 2nd is Love Undercover and now Ultimate. The narration is great for these three series. Actually I probably wouldn't have made it through the first chapter of No Limits without returning otherwise.

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  • Jodi Gonzales
  • 30-12-18

Narrator

This narrator is horrible. It was so hard to get into this book because if him.

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  • M. Davis
  • 19-09-14

Dumb, Dumb and Dumber

***SPOILER ALERT***

There is a reason I haven't gotten the last couple of Lori Foster books - this book reminded me why. The last half a dozen or so of her books - the female lead character has just become dumber and dumber. This one about takes the cake. And our hero? Well he and his good buddy (another future hero in another book to come) are in a scene where Mr. Hero of this book KO's one of the bad guys that is threatening the dumb chick that put herself in danger - even though she is supposedly being stalked - because hey - she needed some fresh air and time to regroup after believing a bunch of crap told to her by a chick that was after her man (And who does she believe? The man who has consistently shown his honor and intentions toward her. Uhh...no...she believes the jealous chick. Yeah - that makes sense). But, I digress, so the two hero-guys are in this scene - the good guy #1 has knocked out the bad guy and the other good guy is hanging around to see if everything is cool. So good guy #1 starts making out with the little lady and hero #2 seems to be fascinated with that. Meanwhile, the bad guy comes around and since no one seems to be paying attention to him, takes off and eludes the cops.

I have said it before and it bears repeating. If the main characters have to do really bone-headed things to advance a plot - in my opinion - that is lazy writing.

As regards the men in this book - I actually like the hero quite a bit. However, hero #2 - Army - talk about a jerk. Can't keep it in his pants - and seems to be obsessed with being as perverse in his pursuits as possible. Don't know if skanky is really a guy word - but it really fits him.

So, at this point I am waving the white flag on the absurdity of this sort-of plot. Nothing worse than dumb characters. Save yourself a credit on this one. Wait for a Linda Howard or Nora Roberts book. Those two NEVER write a dumb female lead character!

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  • Syl
  • 07-09-14

What Happen LF ?

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Yes Listening to this audio was time well spent because of the Narrater which I like a lot and because I love Lori Foster books..but I was really expecting More action for this story line .. For example I was expecting for Evette to have more of a stronger character .. She was made such a ninny.... Other then that it was okey .. Could have been better though .. Lori Foster you are still a Great Author..

Would you ever listen to anything by Lori Foster again?

Yes of course . Always .. Can not wait til her next book on this serious.

Which scene was your favorite?

Sorry did not have any favorites on this book.

What would have made this romance irresistible?

Different character for Evette

Any additional comments?

I still enjoyed this book..

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  • Katie
  • 14-04-22

One of my Lori Foster favorites

I give 5-star ratings only to the books I listen to again and again and I've lost count of the times I enjoyed No Limits. In fact, I've never read the print version of this second-chance romance because the audio is that engaging. Jim Frangione's liquid voice flows with the story. The characters pick up where they left off three years previously (see Lori's Love Undercover series). They parted because Cannon was off to chase a professional MMA career, and Yvette moved to California to regroup from being a crime victim. A shared inheritance pulls them back to Ohio. He's a goner the first time he sees grown-up Yvette, who had crushed on Cannon during high school and never stopped wanting him. Meanwhile, an obsessed ex and a corrupt professional propel the external action as Cannon and Yvette are finally ready to fall in love.

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  • Chan
  • 08-02-22

Not Bad

I’m obviously missing something here. Maybe there’s another book with Yvette and Cannon in it with a major scene.

The story wasn’t bad, but I didn’t connect. Yvette was written over the top. Lori Foster really dug her heels in the ‘damsel in the distress, but I’m going to whine about not needing help.’

Cannon was the typical alpha male, but I really didn’t understand the vigilante stuff. It seemed so out of place.

The side characters have a lot of potential.

Overall, not bad, but didn’t connect with it.

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  • V from Kansas
  • 15-02-19

Not all that deep, but entertaining

First, I want to say that the narration was awesome. I was really stunned when I read the negative comments about the narration. Jim Frangione is one of the most talent narrators out there.
As far as the novel? It was ok, not very emotionally engaging but somewhat entertaining.
I found myself getting irritated that the Heroine, who clearly suffers from PTSD, as a result of several incidents three years past, never sought any kind of counseling; the possibility or suggestion is never even mentioned. I feel like this was a irresponsible oversight by the author.
Other than that, the story was ok, especially since it was included in the romance package.
-V from Kansas

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  • knhw
  • 30-10-18

Too over the top

I did enjoy the book, but it was a wee bit melodramatic. The narrator’s voice was too cultured for the hero, the language too refined.

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  • BookLover1994
  • 29-03-18

Narration is lacking

The story seems good but there is one male narrator who simply reads aloud (making no differentiation between characters) so it’s very flat and hard to get into it.