Review: The Enforcer

The Enforcer (Games People Play #2)


Security expert Matthias Clarke hunts down people who don’t want to be found. His latest prey: the sole survivor of a massacre that killed his brother years ago. Kayla Roy claimed she was a victim of the carnage. Then she disappeared. Matthias thinks Kayla may have actually been the killer—and he wants justice.

Kayla Roy never stays in one place too long and never lets a man get too close. But keeping Matthias at arm’s length may be impossible. Dark and enigmatic, Matthias draws Kayla in from the start. She knows nothing about his connection to her dark past, or his thirst for vengeance. She only knows their attraction feels overpowering—and very dangerous.

Matthias’s suspicions about the sensual Kayla clash with his instinct to protect her, especially when he realizes her life is in danger. But Kayla’s not looking for a savior—especially one who seems hell-bent on tempting her down a lethal path. 

Rating: 5-stars


The Enforcer by Helenkay Dimon is one of the best romantic suspense novels I have read. It is about a security guard who is hell bent on revenge for his half brother that he never got to know. His family life is complicated. His birth mother is a demon from hell. Matthias learns of his brother and his death. He does everything he can to track down the one woman who may be the killer. That or she’s running away from trouble. That’s where the story takes off. Matthias is at a coffee shop sitting with his teammates when they bring the papers about the woman. It so happens the hot waitress who Matthias cannot stop starring at, is the woman. When his teammates finally let loose that info, Matthias is shocked. The woman, Kayla, came to the conclusion about Matthias and his men faster than they did. She’s a smart, strong, and independent woman. One who will test Matthias’s every resolve and patience. As the scenes quickly unfold, they form a bond and trust. But the real danger has just started…Helenkay Dimon is a superb writer of romantic suspense. I have read other novels by her in the past. This is book 2 of a series. I did not read the first book and I can follow along just fine. The characters were intense and charming. I laughed along with them and at them. Well-done, crafted just right, and a journey that is unforgettable-that’s what readers will find in this irresistible read.

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