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The average rating for Your Mouth Drives Me Crazy based on 2 reviews is 4.5 stars.has a rating of 4.5 stars

Review # 1 was written on 2008-10-19 00:00:00
2007was given a rating of 4 stars Teresa Fajardo
Your Mouth Drives Me Crazy was an enjoyable romantic suspense. The hero, Kane Travers, a Hawaian police chief with a past full of tragedy, was appealing and likeable. The heroine, Annie Parks, a nature photographer who has come to Hawaii seeking vengeance, was a bit more complicated. She is very mouthy, argumentative, and lies constantly to protect her goal of revenge. I did not like her in the beginning, but I felt more sympathetic for her when she became protective of Kane. I liked this book and would enjoy reading the stories of a couple of the minor male characters. When Annie Parks is thrown overboard from a yacht off the coast of Kauai, the island's suspended police chief finds her unconscious on the beach in front of his home. After taking her home and making certain she suffers no serious injuries, Kane soon realizes that the woman he has rescued has secrets to keep. Kane is unable to get any honest, straightforward answers from her, so decides to keep her close until he finds out her true story. Annie is angry with Kane's highhanded techniques and she has no intention of giving him any information, but she does feel safe in his company. The two continually argue and squabble as Kane tries to find out the truth about Annie. While searching for information, Kane is besieged with problems from the incident that caused his suspension, as well as incidents that appear to be connected to Annie. Kane and Annie are attracted to one another, and soon begin a steamy relationship. Annie soon realizes that she has deep feelings for this man whose tragic past with women has caused him to avoid putting his heart on the line again. As Kane tries to unravel the mystery surrounding Annie, she gradually tells him some truths, but doesn't admit to the vengeance she plans to carry out. When the events involving Kane's supsension and Annie's desired vengeance merge into a dangerous situation, Kane has to move quickly and rationally to avoid a tragic outcome. After gaining control and protecting those he cares about, Kane has to convince Annie that carrying out her revenge is not worth the price it will extract from her. These two individuals, each struggling with their own issues, must decide if they dare to risk a future together. This is the second book that I have read by this author, and they were both very good, although much different from one another. The downside to this book was how long it took me to warm up to the heroine. She was so mouthy and argumentative that it made me see her as abrasive. The vengeance she sought was also extreme and made me doubt that she would be a sympathetic heroine. The book was interesting enough, that I wasn't tempted to abandon it even when the heroine was grating. As the book progressed, her protective nature toward those she cared for surfaced, along with evidence of a tender heart, and I felt better about her. She also showed loyalty to Kane and believed in him almost from the beginning. When they weren't arguing (squabbling is how they spent much of their time), I liked the interaction between the hero and heroine. After reading two good books by her, I will definitely be looking for more by this author.
Review # 2 was written on 2020-08-16 00:00:00
2007was given a rating of 5 stars Delia Ephron
Enjoyed it much! Will be reading other books by this author.


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