Coming in Last

Coming in Last Jamie McAdams expected it to be an open and shut case of embezzlement The finger seemed to be pointed right at Andi Morrow the quiet young lady who ran the daycare center at his godfather s plant Of

  • Title: Coming in Last
  • Author: Shiloh Walker
  • ISBN: 9781419952432
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jamie McAdams expected it to be an open and shut case of embezzlement The finger seemed to be pointed right at Andi Morrow, the quiet young lady who ran the daycare center at his godfather s plant Of course, she didn t exactly have access to the cash, but she did live seriously outside her means Andi smelled like vanilla, tasted like sex, and moved like sin It only tooJamie McAdams expected it to be an open and shut case of embezzlement The finger seemed to be pointed right at Andi Morrow, the quiet young lady who ran the daycare center at his godfather s plant Of course, she didn t exactly have access to the cash, but she did live seriously outside her means Andi smelled like vanilla, tasted like sex, and moved like sin It only took a few days for Jamie to realize he was hooked, and she was being framed But maybe he should have told her that, before they used her as bait to catch the real embezzler Jamie always gets his man, even if it means coming in last with the woman he s fallen in love with.

    One thought on “Coming in Last”

    1. This was my first book by Shiloh Walker. If this is a good example of her writing, it surely won't be my last. :)I loved everything about this book: the hero and the heroine (Jamie and Andi were great, both of them), their lovemaking scenes (pretty tame for an erotica, but wonderfully written), the plot (very realistic, without all the adrenaline-packed, gun-fighting action that many books have) and even the secondary characters (Mick, Jamie's cousin, wasn't just a "decorative" character and act [...]

    2. Another emotional and sexy story from Shiloh Walker. Jamie is one hot male and Andi is an intelligent and strong lady. Such a relief that neither has any TSTL moments. The relationship between them sizzles but is also very sweet. There's some good angst that will really grip your emotions. There are hot, inventive sex scenes. Why this novel isn't better known is the real mystery here.

    3. This was an extremely sweet, sexy story between private investigator Jamie McAdams and day care worker Andi Morrow. Jamie is investigating a case of embezzlement at his godfather's plant and someone has pointed out Andi as the possible suspect. The moment he sees her, he knows she's not the embezzler. Even though she is living beyond her means as the runner of a day care, she smells sweeter than any woman he's ever known and has an air of innocence about her that he knows isn't fake. Not only do [...]

    4. I do so enjoy Shiloh Walker's heroes. This one is Jamie. And he can't quite figure out why he's on fire for a woman who is likely an embezzler. Maybe it's because she smells like vanilla, tastes like hot sex, and moves like a wet dream.Andi has some pretty big trust issues. She hides behind fake glasses, oversize clothes, and the children she cares for.You can feel the sexual tension between these two and boy is it scorching! Ms. Walker doesn't stint on the feelings either. These two have some p [...]

    5. 2,5 étoilesHistoire bien ficelée, mais est composé à 80% de scene de cul qui n'apportent pas grand chose à l'histoire et aux personnages.A de nombreux moments l'histoire passeau second plan.

    6. Coming in Last is an enjoyable, if fairly forgettable, read by Shiloh Walker.Handsome, sexy Jamie McAdams and his partner Mick are called in to investigate an embezzlement case at Jamie's godfather's business. The primary suspect is Andi Morrow, a subtle beauty hiding behind baggy clothes and glasses she doesn't need, who runs the in-house childcare and nurse facility.Their attraction is immediate but inconvenient to them both. Andi has had a troubled life growing up in foster homes and she find [...]

    7. More like 3.5 starsThis book achieved something that has been lacking in recent novels.ch as: Intelligent heroine with curves that does not fall in to the pattern of "being desperate for the guy" In short, the heroine actually had the guts to tell the hero up front that she was not interested."That doesn’t get me anywhere. What I’m trying to do is get you to understand something—I don’t have much. And it took me years to get here. I’m not about to let some pretty boy looking for thrill [...]

    8. Jamie McAdams is investigating money being embezzled from his Godfather's company. Andi Morrow's spending habits of late make her the prime suspect. Andi runs the Daycare at the plant and although quiet, quickly defends herself to Jamie as he accuses her of the unthinkable.Realizing his error, he and his partner come up with a scheme to bring the real embezzler to the spotlight, using Andi and her attraction to Jamie as bait.This book was so good! I loved the plot, and the characters and the rel [...]

    9. Coming in Last by Shiloh Walker 3 1/2 - 4 starsThis is a nice contemporary/romantica novel. Andi was in foster care as a child and has worked hard to better herself and has succeeded. She is a nurse who operates a daycare and company infirmary at a large factory. She is young and independent.Jamie is the godson of the factory owner Jeb and is investigating embezzlement at the company.It took me a little to warm up to Andi, she was very prickly and seemed too worldly for her age (regardless of he [...]

    10. Hmmm Well, lessee Our H went from being a player to falling for a.e? within 15 minutes of meeting her. Sex was hot and kinky, except when it wasn't (that makeup round wasn't). The plot was ok, the H failed to let the h know that he was using her for bait (why there was the necessity for a makeup round in the first place). Someone should explain though that average height for women is 5'4", so our heroine wasn't exactly tiny, and curves do not = statuesque. (I think of an when I see that word)

    11. Jamie McAdams is looking for a thief. Andi Morrow seems to be the culprit. But things aren't always as they seem. Or are they?Romantic suspense with a good dose of romance. Loved it. Don't ask me why. It entertained me and kept me reading.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *