Being the daughter of world-renowned archaeologists, it’s in Emmy’s blood to want entry into the many off-limits historical places around the United States. Having graduated with her degrees in history and archaeology, you’d think she could just waltz right in wherever she wanted, right?
Dean Savageman, host of The Adventure Channel’s No Trespassing, is the rock star of documentaries, and is always called first to explore the most forgotten, dangerous, and inaccessible places around the country. No one gets dibs before him—certainly not the huffy wanna-be archeologist who keeps showing up at the most obscure undocumented locations, no matter how beautiful she is.
After years of run-ins—and unwanted fantasies—with her self-proclaimed mortal enemy and having given up on gaining entry to one of her dream sites the legal way, Emmy sneaks into the NOLA Catacombs, having no idea Dean is in their depths.
What happens when these two get trapped together, alone, twenty-five feet under the streets of New Orleans is one for the history books, or at least an episode of… No Trespassing.
First of all, I’d like to thank K.D. Robichaux for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. If you’ve followed this blog for a while I have already read a book by this author and that was Seven and I loved that book so I had massive expectations of this book.
When I started it I struggled with the first 10% because they were kind of talking about History of places and I just didn’t find that interesting, but that being said, as soon as Emmy and Dean began to search the Catacombs it became interesting and I became very interested in the actual plot of the story. But just listening to them talk about it was very boring but I loved the action when they did begin to search I did love it.
Emmy’s hatred for Dean before she met him I thought was hilarious and when she does finally meet him she finds it hard to get a good reason for hating him and learns that he is totally different to what she expected. I loved her personality and the fact when she was drunk she decided to do something illegal to get into a site before Dean could put it all over his show. She is very shy and has social anxiety and within the book, it didn’t just disappear it was a constant reminder and we learn that is the reason she stays away from the limelight.
Dean, I loved him. I thought he was so great and even though Emmy had this expectation of him he tries to prove her wrong. I also loved his backstory and how he grew up in care yet he still managed to see real love with two people he sort of managed to make a bond with. Dean was so sweet and I loved when he teased Emmy but was also so willing to help her and then he refused to take credit for what they found whilst they were down in the catacombs. I also loved that they both had the same tattoo it was like fate.
The story was very insta lovey but I really didn’t mind, sometimes insta love is good and I really liked it. Although it was insta love you see these two characters making so many connections and they did instantly connect and I loved that. I loved the story and for once I didn’t mind it.
Erin is an amazing friend. I love her so much.
The sex is written great, K.D. Robichuax is really great at writing sex scenes that aren’t trashy and terrible! They are fantastic!