Protecting Paige (Serve and Protect, #3)



Single Mom Paige Harmer Is At Her Wits End About Her Son Dillon, Who S Running With A Bad Crowd She Turns To Nextdoor Neighbor Cst Tommy Godsoe Sidelined By A Gunshot Injury, He Just Wants To Be Left Alone, But Paige Is Unstoppable Before Long, He S Drawn Into Their Lives Paige Is Going To Need A Cop In Her Corner, And Tommy Needs Paige To Bring Him Back To Life.Protecting Paige (Serve and Protect, #3)

A USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance, romantic suspense and paranormal romance, Norah lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick, with her husband, two adult children, two dogs Ruby and Neva and two cats Ruckus and Milo.Norah is a three time finalist in the Romance Writers of America s Golden Heart contest In 2003, she won Dorchester Publishing s New Voice in Romance contest In ad

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10 thoughts on “Protecting Paige (Serve and Protect, #3)

  1. says:

    Tommy Godsoe s life hasn t always sucked, in fact until recently, it d been pretty damned awesome Being a cop was his life, being a dog handler was his passion, but being shot during a police raid has put a damper on things Days that were once spent serving with honor and purpose are now filled with pain and uncertainty Unable to stand the thought of the pity he d see in the eyes of his ex fellow officers, Tommy has closed himself off from any and all contact, but much to his displeasure, the fortress of painkillers and bitterness he s locked himself in has been well and thoroughly breached by his new neighbor who comes bearing dinner, and despite his best efforts to get rid of her, won t take no for an answer.It s not easy being a single parent, just ask Paige Harmer, she ll tell you Her son, Dillon, is a really great kid, but at 18, he s not much of a kid any, and so Paige has to perform that tough balancing act of caring but not smothering Dillon s smart, respectful, ambitious he s pretty much everything a mom could hope for in a son, but unfortunately for them, his clean cut, boy next door image is exactly what Derek Weaver is looking for, and Derek is not one of the good guys Nervous and in need of something to do and someone to talk to, Paige takes dinner to her next door neighbor who, according to her landlord, is recovering from a recent surgery The man is gruff, rude and clea...

  2. says:

    3.5 stars

  3. says:

    This is the third in the Serve and Protect series and is by far my favourite Single parent Paige Harmer is at her wit s end about her son Dillon s a good kid, but he s fallen in with a bad crowd She s determined to enlist the help of her next door neighbour, the extremely handsome and much younger Tommy Godsoe Tommy is a local cop, and until he got shot recently in a police raid, was a dog handler.I loved both Paige and Tommy Their banter right from the start had me hooked Tommy Okay, this must be the part where you smile disarmingly and tell me you re some kind of Pacific Hei...

  4. says:

    3.5 stars Solid well plotted romantic suspense read Not edge of your seat but it moved right along and the whole thing made sense The heroine had no TSTL moments The cop was interesting and I loved the bits about working with police dogs I wish there had been of that in fact It seemed like just the right level of liking animals and liking to work with dogs without be...

  5. says:

    I enjoyed this entire series They are entertaining reads with likeable characters and interesting plots.My one teeny, tiny comment.NORAH Where s Dillon and Rachel s story You know, ten years later or something when she s a cop and some evil psycho tries to kill one or both of them and they have to go through life threatening circumstances They could start out separately or t...

  6. says:

    The third book in the Serve and Protect series by Norah Wilson I have enjoyed the previous books in the series and really looked forward to this one I m not sure why it took so long for me to finally grab it but I m glad I did It started out a little slow for me but it wasn t long until I got caught up in the story and didn t want to put it down.Paige Harmer is new to the neighborhood and is worried about her son who will soon turn 18 years old He has been hanging with a questionable crowd and mom doesn t know where to turn So she cooks dinner for her crippled neighbor, Tommy Godsoe Tommy is struggling with his injuries and doesn t want to deal with the crazy neighbor lady but you don t always get want you want It turned out to be a very ex...

  7. says:

    Protecting Paige, book 3 in the To Serve and Protect series explores the story of how a single mother finds much than she bargained for in the arms of her sexy and younger neighbor that makes for one of my favorite tropes of romance 34 year old Paige is a product of the foster care system making a life for herself and her 17 year old son Dillon whom she has brought up on her own after her husband had bailed out on her.Moving to her new neighborhood, Paige discovers that her neighbor, the taciturn Tommy Godsoe who is recovering from an injury to his hip makes her heart go pitter patter right from the start Younger than her by a couple of years, Tommy is hellbent on isolating himself to lick his wounds both physical and emotional in private But in Paige, Tommy discovers a force to be reckoned with as she practically storms her way into his life, making him sit up and take notice of her and Dillon and drawing him into their lives with an effortless ease that leaves him stunned.When things take a sinister turn and both Paige and Dillon s lives end up in danger in a plot that Tommy couldn t have dredged up even in his worst nightmares, Tommy knows that he would die trying to keep the woman who means everything to him alive and well, even if it means pushing his body beyond its limits of endurance after the injury.What drew me in with Protecting Paige was in fact Paige s character that is hard not to ...

  8. says:

    While Tommy is wallowing in self pity, he is blindsided by the irresistible and unstoppable force named Paige At first he finds her a little in your face but then when she leaves, he feels the void she left He finds himself growing and intrigued by her sauciness and respects her relationship and trust in her son And the he gets to know her and her son Dillon, the less alone he feels Growing attached, he can t fight wanting to help Paige out when trouble comes around, even if that means having to contact the friends he has pushed away.Paige is a single mother with her own successful business and a teenage son about to go to college After deciding to start over and move, she noticed a change in Dillon He s been grumpy, has an attitude, and has been hanging with the wrong crowd Paige knows deep down Dillon s a good kid, but can t help but think he may know why she is being left surprises and having other things happen Not knowing what else to do, Paige enlists the help of her sexy, younger neighbor, Tommy She can look past the grumpiness to see that he is a good guy deep down Now only if she can look past his smoldering lookWhat can I say Norah has done it again I think this may be my favorite in the Serve and Protect series I was happy when I found out this book has Tommy in it We saw a little preview of him in Saving Grace so I was happy he got his own book.I loved Tommy and Paige toge...

  9. says:

    3.75, Again another enjoyable story I really like Norah Wilson s style of writing, especially her use of the english language Love to look up words that I don t see often She has an amazing vocabulary This is a sweet but touching story about three people trying desperately to encapsulate their deepest emotions from further hurt Good dynamics between characters and the plot was well thought out Despite the hot cover, steam level is minimum Light and fast paced as the others in the series, nothing earth shattering and no lingering once I was done, but still kept my attention and never slumped into the rambling filler to increase the page count The chemistry between Tommy and Paige is not as strong as it could have been, and Dillion was just outside of having real depth The story of his saving the two kids was introduced too late in the book to help with the construction of his personality, and he wasn t given enough of his ow...

  10. says:

    Third in the series this story continues giving you tidbits about the characters in the previous books while guiding you into the life of injured Constable Tommy Godsoe and his neighbors Paige and Dillon Harmer The story begins with a hint of what is to come, whetting your appetite, while immediately dropping you into Tommy s struggle with injuries incurred while on the job Ms Wilson keeps you hopping trying to figure out just who is in danger and what might the culprit be truly after In the end she tells a complete talefleshing out all of the characters into real people you feel for and root for to succeed and gain the victory Loved the bravery and compassion exhibited by the characters and their dedication to doing right, yet showing their vulnerable sides.Ms Wilson never fails to draw you into her stories and give you a glimpse of her characters that causes you to invest yourself in them I love when an Author writes the characters so well...

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