Relationships should be simple, right?
Clay watched his fellow Lighthouse Security Keepers fall for women while on missions. Growing up with chaos, the last thing he wanted was drama… or surprises.
The beautiful concert violinist was just what he hoped for. Smart, talented, and dedicated to the orchestra. And completely separate from his mission chasing drug smugglers.
But Christina had a secret… one that brings her right into the middle of his mission. And he'll do whatever it takes to make sure she's safe.
Lighthouse Security Investigations
The security and investigation company is filled with handpicked men and women from the SEALs, Rangers, Special Forces, Deltas, and Air Force Special Ops. All trained in CIA Special Operations, the Keepers were the best of the best and ready to take on any mission.
Scenes and language are similar to an R-rated movie...18+ only.
I am loving the lighthouse series and Clay and Christina’s book did not let me down . Clay was always saying he didn’t want to find his woman during an op as all the other keepers had done he wanted someone calm etc started out meeting her while attending the opera then seeing her perform as Tiny the next night he thought this is it and then she ended up being involved in drama unexpectedly. Could not put this down stayed up all night reading now looking forward to Cobb’s story .
Peace, No Drama
Clay grew up surrounded by drama. Drama is the last thing he wants. All of his fellow Lighthouse Security teammates have found their HEA surrounded by drama. No thanks, it’s not for him. This view has also shaded his outlook on love. His parents always argued, never talking things out. So Clay thought differing opinions meant arguing. On a rare night off, Clay attends an orchestra concert and is enthralled with the violinist. After the concert, he waits in the lobby just to catch a glimpse in hopes of introducing himself. After several lobby “dates”, Clay finally talks Christina into a late dinner...
Christina, a concert and Celtic violinist, is not used to being pursued. She’s quiet, serious, and musically talented. Coming from a musical family, she’s expected to be better than most. Although music is her true love, she’s not sure she wants to follow in her parent’s footsteps. She’s most happy when teaching kids how to play the violin and performing in the Celtic band. When the actions of her band members become the focus of Clay’s current investigation, his “no drama” goes right out the window. He’ll do anything and everything to prove he’s the man for Christina.
Maryann Jordan has done it again. She weaves mystery and love effortlessly in her stories. I enjoyed the uniqueness of this story. To have a big, bad, Alpha guy enjoy orchestra music was AWESOME! He was such a softy, never wanting to voice his opinion for fear of fighting. Once he worked through that, he was exactly the man “Tiny” needed. The mystery and way the drugs were transported was a first for me. I loved it, a page-turner! I read a gifted copy and all opinions stated are my own.
Another good one!
Clay has watched his friends find their forevers through drama, Clay growing up with drama just wants to find his forever without going through that.
Christina is a concert Violinist also plays in a Irish band is satisfied playing her music and is interested in the handsome man who keeps coming to her concerts.
Clay always has been interested in all kinds of music but keeps coming back for the pretty violinist.
Starting a nice calm relationship turns when his two worlds collide.
As always Maryann Jordan brings a page turner with twists that’ll keep you turning pages to figure out who done it.
Love the Lighthouse series and all the men in it! Always a hit!