Help, help, help! I've got three blurbs, and I don't know if any of them are good. I'm kind of partial to the third one myself, but it's from the POV of the guy, and the book is from the POV of the girl, which I think is misleading. Thoughts? Help?
Griffin Fawkes is lethal and rough around the edges. He's got prison tattoos decorating his lean, muscled body. He's also unsettlingly gorgeous.
He's there to keep Leigh Thorn safe. Her father is dead and people are after her. They won't stop until they've killed her too.
He's solemn and secretive. And when Leigh tries to kiss him, he tells her it's a bad idea, because he can't let himself get distracted.
She knows it would be smart to let it go. Color Leigh stupid. She just can't.
Leigh Thorn has never had any problem getting a man’s attention, except for, of course, the man she wants it most from—her workaholic father. When she gets into cocaine-fueled car accident, her father steals a serum from the arms corporation he works for. Using the serum, he heals her and saves her life. Leigh didn’t know he cared.
Now her father is dead, killed by the corporation for knowing their secrets. She’s hiding out in a backwoods college, fighting with Griffin Fawkes, the ex-assassin her father sent to make sure they don’t kill her too.
Griffin is the most gorgeous man she’s ever seen. He’s smoldering, secretive, solemn, and frustratingly all-business. He won’t touch her, claiming it would distract him from what’s important—keeping her safe. But when she kisses him, she feels his reaction to her. Right before he breaks away.
Guys don’t generally say no to Leigh, and she can’t see why Griffin is. She knows he wants her, and she wants him too. Why else would he keep saving her life?
An ex-assassin, Griffin Fawkes owes his freedom to Leigh Thorn's father. The man begged him to keep his daughter safe. Now he's dead, and the men who killed him won't stop until they've killed Leigh too.
But Griffin didn't expect this cocaine-fueled party girl who barely seems to care about her own safety. It seems like she'd rather destroy herself than anything else.
Even worse, he didn't expect he'd care about her. He knows he's too damaged to ever really be with a woman. The best he can do is keep her safe from whoever could hurt her. Including herself. Including himself.
Of course, fighting off men with guns is starting to seem easier than keeping his hands off Leigh.