Making the Rules

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Hunter Agency operatives Kimmer Reed and Rio Carlsen, overseas and cut off from the agency on their first assignment together, face an old enemy who wants it all: political terrorism, theft--and revenge. Not only that, she knows just how to get it--by turning their greatest strength into their greatest weakness: their love for one another. More

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About Doranna Durgin

Doranna Durgin is an award-winning author (the Compton Crook for Best First SF/F/H novel) whose quirky spirit has led to an extensive and eclectic publishing journey across genres, publishers, and publishing lines. Beyond that, she hangs around outside her Southwest mountain home with a Lipizzan gelding and highly accomplished competition dogs. She doesn't believe in mastering the beast within, but in channeling its power--for good or bad has yet to be decided! She says, “My books are SF/F, mystery, paranormal romance, & romantic suspense. My world is the Southwest, and my dogs are Beagles!”

Doranna’s most recent releases encompass the three books of the Reckoners trilogy--a powerful ghostbuster raised by a spirit, her brilliantly eccentric backup team, a cat who isn't a cat, and a fiercely driven bounty hunter from a different dimension who brings them together when worlds collide.

Along with a growing numer of originals, these Smashwords editions are author presentations of favorites once found on bookstore shelves.

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About the Series: Wild Hearts Collection
Clever, strong, high-action heroines--a taste of Alias, Buffy, Xena, and Covert Affairs, including heroes who are strong enough to capture these wild hearts.

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adrianne reviewed on Oct. 31, 2011

Kimmer and Rio are back! If you fell in love with them in Exception to the Rules and Beyond the Rules, you know what a delight you’re in for. If you haven’t read the others, they can easily be read out of order. Making the Rules is a fabulous romantic-suspense novel set in the Basque region of Spain. The action never stops, and sparks fly fast and furious as bullets between Kimmer and Rio.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
natski reviewed on Oct. 5, 2010

Having read the 1st 2 books in the series i thoroughly enjoyed the further adventures of Kimmer & Rio. For me a good romance book is not always about the sex but the relationship and how it grows. In this story you get to see how Kimmer & Rio learn to trust themselves as partners when they are tested by outside forces. They know they are capable individually but this answers the questions of how they cope together. Great story, great characters, great author!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Karen Gould reviewed on Sep. 30, 2010

This book has a lot of action, great characters, and some romance (but not steamy sex scenes - if you're looking for that, this isn't the book for you). All this and an actual interesting plot too! I've been a Doranna Durgin fan for years, and she consistently delivers all the things I like in a book, and she doesn't disappoint in this, her first self-published book, either.

This is the third book in Durgin's "Hunter Agency" series. (Well, actually the fourth, but "Survival Instinct" didn't feature Kimmer and Rio as this one does.) It's been a while since I read the first two Kimmer and Rio books ("Exception to the Rules" and "Beyond the Rules", and I've forgotten some of the details, but I enjoyed this anyway. So, I think this book can be read without having read those two - but if you have read them, some of the details in this one are more meaningful. The first two were published as Silhouette Bombshells, and are available as ebooks from both Amazon and Barnes & Noble. (Search on "Doranna Durgin")

On a personal note, I was devastated when they canceled that "Bombshell" line, because it's the only "category romance" line I'd ever liked. And I was quite looking forward to this book, as well as a couple of others. I'm glad it finally saw the light of... er, eInk!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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