I wasn't supposed to join the Marines and serve three tours. I'd been groomed to be another kind of warrior. Since I could walk, I'd been primed to take over the family business. Build the real estate empire bigger, ruthlessly fight my way to the top—make everyone richer.
Instead, I'd enlisted. Wanting to protect my country, not a bank account, I'd turned my back on the family business and gave the Marines eight years. Now I was a bodyguard for the best personal security firm in the business, and life was perfectly uncomplicated... Until an innocent redhead smiled at me and destroyed everything.
Now she was about to find out how ruthless a bodyguard could be.
*RUTHLESS is the fourth standalone book in the Alpha Bodyguard Series.
The Alpha Bodyguard Series
SCANDALOUS - Tank's story
MERCILESS - Collins's story
RECKLESS - Tyler's story
RUTHLESS - Sawyer's story
FEARLESS - Ty's story
CALLOUS - Preston's story
RELENTLESS - Thomas's story
SHAMELESS - Shade's story
Ruthless, rugged but caring
Isn’t it illuminating how what we experience in our former years colours our lives.
We cannot let it dominate us, we shouldn’t unpack and live there.
Such is the experience of these two Genevieve and Sawyer. One from privilege and one from harden the @#%* up foster homes. So different, both with issues
The way they come together and what happens has to be read.
Love this series, all the ex military characters.
Perhaps not as good as the others I have read but even so, the author does not disappoint.
I love all the books in the series and the other books by Sybil Bartel. But Sawyer and Genevieve’s story is hands down my favourite with “Callous” being a very close second. I fell in love with these characters, this story and I love that Talon always makes an appearance. He’s the gift that keeps on giving. With every book she writes I’m left wanting more.
I think I fell in love with this book when I read the word combo. I love that the author shortened this word to how it would be casually thought, I can’t get enough of the brilliant and real writing. Sawyer was something else, and Genevieve was too. Excellent writing, complex characters, plenty of action and zing and a perfect addition to the series (though can quite easily be read as a standalone book). Once again I was hooked from the start and could hardly put it down.