Bulldog’s Girls was a suspense filled instant love romance that I found hard to put down. ~ Paige, Guilty Pleasures
Bulldog’s Girls is a small town/single mother in danger romantic suspense with a hero in insta-love and a leading lady afraid of commitment. There are some dark bits, and the sex is very descriptive, but overall this is a feel good love story that’s sure to make you smile. Enjoy your stay in the lovely town of Green Haven!
Amaya gave up everything to protect her daughter, Peyton, but it wasn’t enough and a sadistic enemy she thought was dead is tormenting her from beyond the grave. In a desperate attempt to keep her daughter safe, Amaya flees to the small Michigan beach town of Green Haven where she meets Paul McGregor, a retired football player and her new neighbor.
Paul, known around town as Bulldog, finds himself drawn to the sassy, beautiful young woman and her adorable little girl. But he’s puzzled why a woman who is as attracted to him as he is to her constantly pushes him away. When he finds out about the evil hunting Amaya and Peyton he vows that he will do anything to keep them safe and convince them to be his girls forever.
Ann Mayburn delivered a highly emotional journey between Amaya and Paul.
I was immediately drawn into this book. The beginning was difficult to read especially what causes Amaya to run. It took a toll on her family and changed the course of her life.
Amaya is a sweet strong woman who faces the unthinkable. She now focuses and is committed to her daughter. Amaya and a few chosen friends are filling her life with love, laughter and security. Unfortunately, Amaya and Peyton are on the run due to a stalker. She runs to Michigan and finds help and comfort with Paul.
Paul “Bulldog” McGregor takes one look at Peyton and Amaya and his protective instincts kick into high gear. He’s been though rough times and isn’t necessarily looking for someone but he can’t help the instant love that over takes him.
While I enjoyed the book it seemed to lose a little steam in the middle of the book. I found it to be repetitive and I wanted a little more heat from this couple.
The author does a good job bringing the drama and wrapping up their story in the last few chapters.