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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Trusting Delilah by Diana Castilleja

Trusting Delilah: Aiza Clan Book One by Diana Castilleja
Publisher: Tease Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Action/Adventure
Length: Short (68 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4.5 books
Review by: Tiger Lily

Roman Aiza is the second born son of the Aiza clan. He also owns and operates a private security company and has an ongoing contract with one of Florida's most influential residents. He is patrolling at a party when he encounters a woman who will haunt him. A woman who at their first meeting, manages to walk right out of his hands when he follows her for trespassing. She manages to do this without giving Roman a single reason why she is in the depths of the house he is protecting. When he does finally locate her days later, his goal is to prove that his instincts are wrong. She is not the woman that all of his senses are clamoring for.

Yet when the daughter of Roman's largest and closest account is kidnapped and held for ransom, will they be able to build a trust between them? Or will their own secrets keep them apart?

She’s a lone wolf – she works alone and moves with deadly accuracy. He’s a securities specialist and a wolf – a wolf shifter, that is. Both are trained to rely only on themselves. What happens when they have to work together to save the life of a young woman? Read Trusting Delilah and find out.

I love a story where there is more going on than meets the eye, a story that makes the reader think and get involved with the characters. This is one such book. Ms. Castilleja writes with such poignant detail, that you can’t help but read on. Her descriptions are rich and her characters very relatable.

Roman exists with a secret. Only the right woman – his mate – can unlock that secret. When Delilah enters the picture, she’s not interested in Roman at all. She’s there to find out about an unfaithful spouse. When they clash, sparks literally fly and she pins him. I liked that she stayed a strong woman, who could take care of herself. I also liked that Roman knew when to push and when to let her move at her own pace. Very classy.

If you want a powerful read with sexy characters and a great plot, then Trusting Delilah is the read for you. I give this novella 4 ½ books.