Tasha Riordan went wild seven years ago with a man who turned out to be a drug dealer and because of circumstances she was thrown in jail for two days in the Bahamas. Now seven years later she will find that he is a half brother to her friends boyfriends. Not able to trust this man she keeps him at a distance but the chemistry is still there to tempt them back together.
Luc Bradshaw was a DEA agent and was undercover. During his stay in the Bahamas he finds a woman he wants and connects with. When he leaves for a meeting he will find her disappeared. Seven years later he will find the woman and see that she is not happy to see him. Luc will find out the reason and understand and hope to start again but he first has to get her trust again.
No Strings Attached is the third book to the Razor Bay/Bradshaw Brothers by Susan Andersen. I liked the book and thought it went well with the series. You are drawn into the plot and even though elements of the book are predictable I was enjoying the story.
The chemistry is steamy between Tasha and Luc and always will be it seems but it bugged me that Tasha would just give in. She had seven years to get over those two days and she kind of had but it seems that she holds quite a grudge with Luc and then she falls back into bed. Well it is not that simple as she does make peace with him but with the amount of anger she had you would think it would take some more time. But I really did like Tasha because she was a determined and kind person who was doing what she needed to do. Luc was the same way, a little more cocky with his attitude, but a good guy. I did like that they were able to get that second chance as I wanted them to be happy.
There was no real villain except who ever put Tasha in that prison and that does get solved. Basically the person was an ass and making sure that she would not get in the way. I was happy that the person who did that to Tasha was finally called out for it and gave closure for them.
Will this be the last of the series or will there be another half siblings out there that is a Bradshaw?
Dune Cates has loved the game of volleyball since he was a kid. He has become a celebrity in the game but with age he was finding it hard to keep going. Dune will be coming back home to rest up and will find himself connecting with Sophie once again. He will want to protect her and with every moment he stays close he will be falling harder and harder for her.
Sophie Saunders knew that she was shy and not quite stable on her feet but she was going to do something about it. Sophie will be working her way through the boardwalk but will be sidetracked when she will come face to face with Dune once again. She has had a crush on him for years and she will soon learn what it will be like to love the man.
No Strings Attached is the second book to the series Barefoot William from Kate Angell. This one had a little more humor to its pages thanks in most part to Sophie who was a very shy young woman and who was also a klutz but she had heart and people loved her. She finds her niche in the town and her place later on in the book which made her stronger. I loved the job she took as it completed her. Dune was a strong man and very tall especially when it comes to Sophie. He was a man that smiled easily and played hard. I loved his protective side with Sophie and that he let her spread her wings even though he was worried.
Once again their story was not the only one being told. There was Mac and Jenna who were nothing but opposites. There was a lot of animosity that came from being by each other but there was also a lot of passion. Then there was also Zane and Tori but their story was a very short one being told and the focus went back to the main couple.
Now there was plenty of sexual tension and sex throughout the book with Dune and Sophie. It was sweet that he wanted to protect her all at the same time but it wasn’t all about the sex. The feud came back into play and more of the story came out with what happened and how things could have changed if certain things were known sooner. It was a sweet wrap up with the feud but it leaves me to wonder if more books will be coming from the Barefoot William series.