The second he pulled out his weapon, she knew she was in trouble...
My job as a photojournalist means I've learned to take care of myself.
The last thing I need or want is a roguish thug with a questionable past interfering in my life.
Sawyer might be sexy as f**k, but he's a friend of my ex's, and is an unwelcome reminder of everything I'm trying to forget.
But with a hurricane about to hit the coast, hunkering down with him in my historic lighthouse is my only option.
A bottle of tequila, a game of twenty questions and a lot of flirting and I'm done fighting my attraction to him.
He might be incredible in bed, but he refuses to tell me anything about his job, his past or how he knows my ex.
After an explosive weekend together, I'm beginning to think Sawyer is hiding as much as I am…
The storyline was good enough, but I found the writing bland. Lots of editing mistakes. Mentioned an incident (trampoline) but didn’t extrapolate which was frustrating. I read the last half wanting to be done with the book. I will not be picking up any more of the series.