He's the man for the job…
A Senator from New Mexico hires Lighthouse Security Investigations to protect his daughter, a social worker who has no idea some of her clinic's donations are from dirty money, LSI sends Jorge Cobb.
Former SEAL… he can keep her safe. LSI Keeper… he can find out who's threatening her. Son of politicains… he knows the world she operates in.
She is not what he expects, and he finds out that he might be the man for the job but she's the woman for him.
Now to convince her of that.
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.
Cobb and Josie’s story hit the spot . The suspense will keep you riveted until you find you have finished the book without even realizing it .
I’d keep this Keeper
Jorge Cobb comes from a political but loving family mixed with great heritages. Home for his father’s birthday party he sees a beautiful girl but miscommunication on both parts it ends at the party.
As part of the keepers he’s surprised when a case based where his parents live is presented to them he’s even more surprised that the girl that has been in his thoughts is the one threatened.
Josie runs a clinic for the aging population, going over accounting paperwork she finds inconsistencies, when her bookkeeper goes missing and threats appear her dad decides she needs protection.
I love their story, their relationship and of course the suspense.
Maryann Jordan always writes heroes that are strong yet so sweet and heroines that can stand on their on but just as lovable, and she always has you guessing until the end.
Not Her “Type”…
Cobb, a member of Lighthouse Security Investigations and son to the governor of New Mexico, returns to New Mexico to attend his dad’s birthday gala. While there, he spots a beautiful woman standing alone in the shadows. He approaches her, asks for a dance, then invites her to go for drinks. She doesn’t fall for his “moves” and tells him he’s not her type. Not knowing what she meant by “type”. Cobb abruptly leaves. Feelings are hurt, words are misunderstood, and assumptions are made. While he believes he doesn’t stand a chance with her, she’s never far from his mind.
Josie, a social worker at a low income clinic, loves her job. She truly believes she can make a difference in people’s lives. Although the clinic is in a rough part of town, she enjoys working with everyone else employed at the clinic. Josie also helps with the clinic’s financials and often attends benefits offering donations to the clinic. It’s after one of the galas that she notices something wrong with the books. She’s not an accountant, but knows these corporations are “fishy”. While researching, contacting the donating businesses, she stumbles into trouble. The accountant also goes missing and she starts receiving threats. Josie’s dad, the senator of New Mexico, calls in LSI for security and a bodyguard. Cobb is assigned the job as he is familiar with the area and knows the politics surrounding the mess. Little did Josie know that “not her type” Cobb would be the bodyguard and more, that she never knew she needed.
Excellent, suspenseful, with a twist at the end that kept you guessing. I did not figure out the “bad” guy until the very end! Great twist!!! I loved Josie and Cobb together. I loved that she rented because she wasn’t sure New Mexico felt like home and that New Mexico was Cobb’s hometown, but wasn’t his home. Very profound. I enjoyed going with Josie as she made home visits and felt as though I was right there with her. The homes and areas that social workers, home health nurses, etc have to go to are dangerous. People as a whole, take this for granted. These gracious workers are vital to our growing elderly population. Kudos to Maryann Jordan for shedding light into their daily work. I also loved that Cobb wanted to be appreciated for who he was and became, not whom he was related to. LOVED, loved, loved this story! I read a gifted copy and all opinions stated are my own.