Defenseless

Defenseless

How far will she go to protect the sexiest guy in tech?When ex-marine Georgia Bennett left the military for high-end private security, it was supposed to soften her snarky attitude. Instead, her short fuse just earned her a punishment of an assignment: protect too-smart-for-his-own-good tech genius and Department of Defense contractor Parker Livingston. It should have been...

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Title:Defenseless
Author:Elizabeth Dyer
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Defenseless Reviews

  • Cindy ~ SnS Reviews

    Thrilling suspense mixed with humor. Defenseless kicks off a new series about a covert black ops team who also work for Somerton Security lead by Ethan Somerton.

    Georgia Bennett works for Ethan on his security team. She is a former marine who is still grieving for her brother who died on a mission. Ethan, who served with Will, feels a sense of responsibility to make sure Georgia is ok She isn't adapting well to being a body guard to spoiled rich women. Ethan assigns her to be protection for a ge

    Thrilling suspense mixed with humor. Defenseless kicks off a new series about a covert black ops team who also work for Somerton Security lead by Ethan Somerton.

    Georgia Bennett works for Ethan on his security team. She is a former marine who is still grieving for her brother who died on a mission. Ethan, who served with Will, feels a sense of responsibility to make sure Georgia is ok She isn't adapting well to being a body guard to spoiled rich women. Ethan assigns her to be protection for a genius computer nerd or at least that what he wants to her believe. Parker Livingston is a genius but he is also the creator of a special program the military uses for special ops.

    After a humorous first meeting between the bodyguard and the nerd things get hairy when the two have to go on the run from assassins sent for Parker.

    Along with Ethan and Parker we also meet the rest of the covert team who do double duty at Somerton Security. Great start to a new series. Looking forward to more from this author.

  • Maureen Carden

    I love man on the run books. Since I am such a romance geek I love man on the run with woman even more. The twist here is the woman, Georgia Bennet, is the close protection agent and the man, Parker Livingston is the client. Even twistier, Parker, is a member of a covert Special Forces group, albeit as a computer nerd. In fact it is his program that determines go/no go status for special operations. But someone is misusing the program for personal gain and has now turned the program against all

    I love man on the run books. Since I am such a romance geek I love man on the run with woman even more. The twist here is the woman, Georgia Bennet, is the close protection agent and the man, Parker Livingston is the client. Even twistier, Parker, is a member of a covert Special Forces group, albeit as a computer nerd. In fact it is his program that determines go/no go status for special operations. But someone is misusing the program for personal gain and has now turned the program against all of the operatives with a kill on sight order.

    So the pair, unsuccessfully fighting a hot attraction for one another must go on the run. They have little resources and are rarely able to interact with their comrades who are fighting for their own survival. In bit of irony, a program based on huge amounts of data gives the virtually unknown bodyguard the best bet of beating Livingston's program.

    Georgia is tough and snarky, Parker can easily match her snarkiness and finds his own toughness that astounds his covert comrades and forces them to look at him in a new way.

    Kudos to Elizabeth Dyer for writing sexy scenes that demonstrates there is a lot more to life than the missionary position. At last, I wasn’t rolling my eyes at the romantic scenes. They were truly hot.

    After a betrayal by Parker, meant only to protect Georgia, they must try to find their way back to one another

    Well written, at times laugh out funny, other times nail bitingly suspenseful, I think I will really like this new series of the Somerton Security agency.

    Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange of a fair and honest review.

  • The Romance Book Disciple (Samantha)

    Defenseless takes the bodyguard trope and twists it a bit with a female bodyguard and a male client. I enjoyed the switch because Georgia isn't some perfect, badass soldier. She is stumbling through this new, post military job, unsure of herself and her purpose in life. It made her much more relatable than I expected because you really get to see her vulnerability. Parker was a great hero as well (again, I was a little nervous that he would be a flat character). He is a genius who does top secr

    Defenseless takes the bodyguard trope and twists it a bit with a female bodyguard and a male client. I enjoyed the switch because Georgia isn't some perfect, badass soldier. She is stumbling through this new, post military job, unsure of herself and her purpose in life. It made her much more relatable than I expected because you really get to see her vulnerability. Parker was a great hero as well (again, I was a little nervous that he would be a flat character). He is a genius who does top secret government work...and makes video games! He is also playful, snarky, and flirty. He isn't this dominating alpha male, throwing his weight around and being domineering. Parker is unique and no less manly; he is just different. I appreciated that he didn't want a bodyguard period, but did accept that Georgia was better at tactical strategizing and he wasn't afraid to follow her lead in that area. They balance each other very well.

    The action is non stop and Parker and Georgia are, quite literally, on the run from early on in the book! While the plot might seem a bit of a stretch, I didn't think it was implausible! Parker's program would be a huge win for the government and its use could certainly be abused. It doesn't seem impossible to imagine that the government might not use the program with integrity, so the plot that follows is believable. Overall, Defenseless is the type of romantic suspense story I enjoy because its fast, action packed, and remarkably interesting!

     

    POV: 3rd

    Tears: no

    Trope: bodyguard

    Triggers: none

    Series/Standalone: stand alone

    Cliffhanger: 

    HEA: 

    by Katie Ruggle,

    by Katie Reus,

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  • Thenia

    An engaging story about a heroine who's the opposite of a damsel in distress and a brainy hero who sort of fills that role instead.

    Georgia, an ex-marine who is currently in private security, is tasked with protecting Parker, a tech genius who doesn't want her protection and has a reputation for being difficult with his security.

    Georgia is determined to succeed, since failing would result in her being fired, and after proving herself to Parker, he finds that he is not averse to having her around

    An engaging story about a heroine who's the opposite of a damsel in distress and a brainy hero who sort of fills that role instead.

    Georgia, an ex-marine who is currently in private security, is tasked with protecting Parker, a tech genius who doesn't want her protection and has a reputation for being difficult with his security.

    Georgia is determined to succeed, since failing would result in her being fired, and after proving herself to Parker, he finds that he is not averse to having her around for a while.

    Unfortunately for both of them, their time together is anything but quiet as they'd expected, and they have to survive assassination attempts, go in hiding and figure out who they can trust and who wants Parker dead before it's too late.

    Fast paced and engaging, with interesting characters and plot. I am looking forward to reading more about Ethan, Georgia's boss, in

    next.

  • Caz

    I recently read Elizabeth Dyer’s,

    , which is her second novel and also the second book in her

    series, which features the exploits of the members of a private-security-firm-cum off-the-book black ops unit headed up by former Delta Force operative, Ethan Somerton. I enjoyed the story and the writing and liked the manly bickering that went on between Ethan and Parker Livingston,

    I recently read Elizabeth Dyer’s,

    , which is her second novel and also the second book in her

    series, which features the exploits of the members of a private-security-firm-cum off-the-book black ops unit headed up by former Delta Force operative, Ethan Somerton. I enjoyed the story and the writing and liked the manly bickering that went on between Ethan and Parker Livingston, his genius tech guru, so I decided to backtrack to the first book in the series, in which Parker is the hero. Given Aiden Snow is a narrator who has been on my radar for a while (but to whom I haven’t yet listened), I opted to pick up the audio of

    rather than to read it. It’s the author’s début novel, but while it’s not without its problems (there are pacing issues and it’s a bit introspection heavy in places) it’s an enjoyable story and I’m going to be keeping an eye out for more of her books.

    You can read the rest of this review at

  • Dri ✰

    Enredo bem interessante, personagens cativantes e bem desenvolvidos.

    Adorei tanto a Georgia quanto o Parker, os dois juntos resultou em uma combinação perfeita e foi impossível não me conectar e torcer por eles.

    O toque de humor que havia em suas interações trouxe uma leveza e acabou quebrando um pouco da tensão.

    A trama se desenrolou em um ritmo bacana, apesar de achar desnecessário o fato de algumas informações em relação ao programa desenvolvido pelo Parker, serem detalhadas demai

    Enredo bem interessante, personagens cativantes e bem desenvolvidos.

    Adorei tanto a Georgia quanto o Parker, os dois juntos resultou em uma combinação perfeita e foi impossível não me conectar e torcer por eles.

    O toque de humor que havia em suas interações trouxe uma leveza e acabou quebrando um pouco da tensão.

    A trama se desenrolou em um ritmo bacana, apesar de achar desnecessário o fato de algumas informações em relação ao programa desenvolvido pelo Parker, serem detalhadas demais... Isso acabou tornando a leitura um pouco cansativa, acho que um breve resumo seria ideal e não arrastaria tanto.

    A história é narrada em terceira pessoa com povs alternados entre os personagens principais. A escrita da autora é muito boa e eu curti bastante. E por esse ser seu primeiro livro, acho que a autora fez um ótimo trabalho.

    foi uma leitura agradável, com romance, suspense, ação e com certeza pretendo ler o próximo dessa série em breve!

  • Jenny

    "Defenseless" is book one in the Somerton Security Series by Elizabeth Dyer. Georgia Bennett is on her last leg with her boss Ethan Somerton, so she needs to ensure that she keeps her new assignment with Parker Livingston. However, Parker Livingston does not want a babysitter and is a rude and challenging person for Georgia Bennett to protect. The readers of "Defenseless" will continue to follow the twist and turns to see what happens to Georgia Bennett and Parker Livingston.

    "Defenseless" is the

    "Defenseless" is book one in the Somerton Security Series by Elizabeth Dyer. Georgia Bennett is on her last leg with her boss Ethan Somerton, so she needs to ensure that she keeps her new assignment with Parker Livingston. However, Parker Livingston does not want a babysitter and is a rude and challenging person for Georgia Bennett to protect. The readers of "Defenseless" will continue to follow the twist and turns to see what happens to Georgia Bennett and Parker Livingston.

    "Defenseless" is the first book I have read of Elizabeth Dyer, and I was impressed with the plot of this book. "Defenseless is well written and researched by Elizabeth Dyer. I enjoyed the way Elizabeth Dyer portrayed her characters and how they intertwine with each other. The plot of "Defenseless" engaged me from the beginning of the book. The settings of "Defenseless" done in a way that ensure that I became part of the story.

    The readers of "Defenseless" will learn about the role and the consequences of computer programs that get into the wrong hands. Also, the readers of "Defenseless" will see the problems and the role of being a bodyguard to some who someone wants to kill.

    I recommend this book.

  • Ⓐlleskelle - teamSøren♗ ⊲I like big b00ks⊳

    I love a good romantic suspense. If the plot is twisted enough I’ll get my brains picked at while having the promise and satisfaction of an HEA. These days I’m all about romance, I’m craving that connection between my fictional characters but I’m not against some mystery or suspense added to the blend.

    Now, throw into this mix a sexy nerd with an eight pack and the mandatory glasses in the role of the damsel in distress and a badass ex-marine bombshell sent to save his ass and I’m

    . Take my m

    I love a good romantic suspense. If the plot is twisted enough I’ll get my brains picked at while having the promise and satisfaction of an HEA. These days I’m all about romance, I’m craving that connection between my fictional characters but I’m not against some mystery or suspense added to the blend.

    Now, throw into this mix a sexy nerd with an eight pack and the mandatory glasses in the role of the damsel in distress and a badass ex-marine bombshell sent to save his ass and I’m

    . Take my moneeey!

    This role reversal solely made me pick “

    ”, a romantic suspense and debut novel by

    .

    But what furthermore piqued my interest was the plot.

    Think “

    ” (the TV show) but focused on a sexy Finch (the man behind the

    "). I love anything technology based, I can’t help it, I’m a nerd at heart. Well, until some extent it seems. But let’s start with what I liked in “

    ”.

    I was hooked within the first lines and positively convinced this book would be a 5 stars for me all throughout the first third of the book.

    .

    I loved the brand of humor distilled throughout the book,

    and nodding in appreciation, as you do when you feel you’re within your tribe. I loved all the references to the nerd culture! Just for this fact alone

    made herself a nice place on my “cool people”’s list (

    ).

    ! Georgia was a great leading character, full on snark, exuding self assurance but still with that lingering trace of fragility.

    It was a great experience to walk in her boots, she was fun and strong with a sweet side underneath her badass outershell which was a nice balance. What can I say, I like my heroines a little bitchy and

    ? Bitchy alright. The nice kind of course.

    I really liked the hero,

    .

    !

    And I really liked that he was that mix of the ever so cliché fixated nerd about his job, so obsessed with his craft he would forget to even feed himself and at the same time a shameless flirt with a cocksure attitude when it came to seduce

    .

    and I’m thankful for that dual POV.

    What he lacked in social interactions he made up for them in tenfold when fueled by his desire for

    and it showed in the bedroom.

    It was fascinating and hot as all get out to see the transformation of ‘

    ’ into ‘

    ’.

    Between

    and

    it was lust at first glance, their chemistry and common interest undeniable and frenzied. I toroughly enjoyed their banter and every little eccentricities the author forged around such different characters. Against a wall or in a bed it was hot and playful, hard and sweet.

    The plot, originally, had me captivated, the idea of

    with possibilities of conspiracies and the underlying plot about the heroine’s dead brother added a welcome sub-layer of intrigue.

    Until it started to… pace off. Yeah sadly I hit a wall of opaque and stiff inaction block about 50% in the book.

    In my experience I felt "

    " gave its best at the beginning, what appeared to be a force during the first 30%, turned out being a weakness later.

    . At some point it just felt like infos and specifics about his technology were thrown in for the sake of filling some space, but it was leading nowhere in term of plot.

    All the behavioral explanations about

    ’s app… While I can salute the obvious effort the author put into her research, it felt repetitive, and with the impending death threats hovering above our heroes,

    . As a result I felt my interest for the main plot barely subsiding.

    From this stage things slowly fizzled out, apart from the nerdy come ons, I didn’t much care about the ex coming back all too conveniently to help both the team and the couple’s relationship issues. (

    )

    Any new development wasn’t enough to pull me back in entirely, unfortunately.

    I still think this is a nice Romantic Suspense and a good debut novel if you can spare some time to read your share of background intel and data (or if unlike me you have a need to feed your brain tech-y intel instead of going after the bad guys.). For the gift that

    and

    were together and every little nerdy joke, "

    " is definitely worth a try, at least I know I’ll be keeping an eye on

    ’s next release.

  • Petra

    This is the first book in the Somerton Security series and the debut novel by Elizabeth Dyer.

    I was intrigued by the role reversal in this romantic suspense novel. A strong female ex-marine is sent to protect a nerdy tech guy. I liked these two main characters. The author took great care to provide plenty of background information and made them into fully fleshed out characters.

    The story started off strong and was moving along at a good pace until it kind of hit a wall for me.

    I wasn't interested

    This is the first book in the Somerton Security series and the debut novel by Elizabeth Dyer.

    I was intrigued by the role reversal in this romantic suspense novel. A strong female ex-marine is sent to protect a nerdy tech guy. I liked these two main characters. The author took great care to provide plenty of background information and made them into fully fleshed out characters.

    The story started off strong and was moving along at a good pace until it kind of hit a wall for me.

    I wasn't interested enough in all the military, government and tech stuff, and so quite honestly, the story started to drag a bit. I was hoping for more suspense but instead there was quite an emphasis on detailed sex scenes. Don't get me wrong. They were well written. In fact, the entire book is well written, but it just wasn't what I was looking for.

    I started out listening to this, but the male narrator was too lackluster and too many of the characters sounded the same, so I switched to reading. However, I seem to be completely in the minority on this and everybody else seems to love the narration.

    Overall, a bit of a mixed bag for me, but if you enjoy special ops plots blended with some steamy romance you'll probably enjoy this.

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