Life was in the details. The weight of a government issued rifle, the trajectory of a bullet, the speed of the wind—those details were crucial in the Marines. But outside the military, that level of observation was currency, and I was selling my skills to the best security firm in south Florida.
Except I wasn't on a job when I noticed the nervous brunette pushing through the crowded street. Her hair loose, her shirt borrowed, she stumbled in too-big shoes before looking over her shoulder. I didn't follow her glance. I didn't have to. I'd already spotted the muscle after her. The question was if I was going to do anything about it. Before I could decide, her pursuer took aim. It was the wrong move.
Now he was going to find out how callous a bodyguard could be.
CALLOUS is the sixth 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
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Loved this one
One of my favorites so far. Something about those quiet reserved mysterious men. We are introduced to Mercy’s sons biological dad who is strikingly similar to Talon’s personality. But there can only be one Talon. There is competition between Preston and Sam (Nash’s biological father) in the beginning which sets the tone for the rest of the book. I will say this book only had a slight I’m in trouble with bad guys issue and it was refreshing. This more so focused on these two passed trials that were holding them back.
Extraordinary. Dominant. Provocative.
Extraordinary. Dominant. Provocative. Preston Vos is all three and so much more! Preston and Mercy are sumptuous together! Callous is off the charts steamy, intense and riveting!! Five Sizzling Stars⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
After reading Ty’s story, I wondered when we would get to read Mercy’s. Although this wasn’t full of suspense and adrenaline like the others, it was still a pretty good read. Not one of my favorites, and I feel like it was messed up to give Mercy up like that in the beginning. Buuuut Preston redeemed himself.