Protecting Diana is a 5 book mini series by USA Today Bestselling Author, Lexy Timms.
His security company is the hottest on the market, but that doesn't mean his job is easy.
Ethan Stark has three rules:
Never get personally involved.
Never get blindsided.
And never screw around. Ever.
His Special Forces background, coupled with his family's resources, have made him successful, but they didn't prepare him for the politician's daughter with a body that could make grown men weep, and an attitude that puts his teeth on edge.
He's agreed to guard her as a personal favor to her father, but he's beginning to wonder how long he can put up with her spoiled brat ways. That is, until she sets her seductive sights on him.
Now he's got to keep her safe from a mystery threat while keeping it in his pants. Sometimes he thinks facing off an entire army would be easier…
The regular lexy timms garbage book. I am always unfazed with how bad her books are. There isn’t any character development, character depth, a falling action or a real good story.15
She was too much drama.15
I didn’t even finish reading this. It seems to be written by a child. Skip this one15
10 chapters into the book and I couldn’t do it anymore. I’ve never read a book where the main character irritates me beyond belief. She’s not likable in the slightest bit. 24 year old who literally behaves like a 13 year old, has nothing going on for herself besides being a pain in the rear. I’m not sure how others got through, but don’t waste your time if you prefer reading about adults instead of children.15
I absolutely love this series and the spin off of protecting Layla is amazing. Recommend it to anyone who loves Lexy Timms books !!55
I absolutely loved this book for the most part. It was getting really good && then I got to the end. It leaves off on a cliffhanger that leads to the next book. This is kind of annoying because there are multiple books in this sequence and I don’t want to have to continue buying more books just to finish the story. Definitely a bit disappointed. IG @ BeautifullyBria35
If a character is smart, make her smart. If a character keeps SAYING that they have certain characteristics, give them those characteristics. Don’t tell me a female is smart and then have her walk with a stranger (who she can tell is bad btw) into an area WHERE SHE CAN’T BE SEEN. You’d think that a writer would understand this kind of thing.15
Typical soldier turned bodyguard for the elite. A politician am crossed the wrong folks and he has daughter being threatened. She escapes from her protectors only to be captured by the guys chasing her Senator father.55