Bad boy Jed Hamilton is ex-special Forces and a current undercover recovery agent who's mentally and physically tough, a lone wolf and, above all, violently allergic to commitment, permanence, and anything wedding related.
So when he learns, in the very sexy McKenna Dixon’s bridal salon, that his younger sister is getting married and wants him to be her “man of honor”, Jed wishes he was anywhere but in Cape Town. Especially now that he'll be spending more time around the one woman who makes him consider perilous phrases like “what if” and “maybe”…
McKenna Dixon loves bad boys, but her past experience with the species has led to nothing but pain and heartbreak. Jed Hamilton is exactly the type of man she should avoid, but when a nasty incident threatens her and her daughter, Jed immediately appoints himself as their protector, even though it’s not a part of his job description.
McKenna is determined not to allow another bad boy to flip her life inside out, and Jed is determined to retain his bachelor status and to keep traveling and working. But, as they both discover, love does its best work when busy making other plans…
The Pytheon Security series:
Book 1:Claimed by the Warrior
Book 2: His Toughest Call
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I enjoyed this story very much. It was a bit predictable but still good. Needs to be proofread though, lots of mistakes.
It was ok
Rate a 2.5. The story was ok. I really liked Jed and Daisy. I did not care for Mac. I found her character very contradicting. She expected truth and no secrets from Jeb, but kept them herself until the very end. After the wedding, she too had reservations about Leah's husband but chose not to share them. In fact, tried to persuade Jed to let his sister go. She was selfish. There were a lot of grammatical and editing errors. I was able to look past them to complete the story. I figured out it was Mattie early on by eliminating the people around Mac. Daisy was adorable. Jed was not what I would consider a bad boy. He just did his job. He had a hard dangerous job, but he wasn't bad. There was absolutely nothing bad about his character. He was tough because of his job and life experience. Not quite sure why he was characterized as bad. The story was boring in places. Found myself rushing through chapters. Mac was a little annoying to me. She seemed needy and selfish at times.
Perfect Mix of Emotions
Joss Wood did the perfect amount of masculinity, ego, heart and friendship in Claimed by the Warrior.
My favorite quote from the story " You don’t get it, do you? I’ll always need
you! I need you to hold me at night, to come home to me, to listen to me. You are my heart and I’ll always need you, in one way or another.”
Received an ARC for an honest and fair review.