A Lynyrd Station Story
GHOST: Government Hidden Ops Specialty Team. They eliminate the threat when no one else can.
There are only two things important to GHOST operative Dane Copeland—his five-year-old daughter and his top-secret job undertaking crucial missions involving national security. He doesn’t need, want, or have time for anything else.
Especially not for Keirnan Vickers, his daughter’s new kindergarten teacher. Yeah, she’s got a tender heart, and wants to repair and grow the town’s library. And yeah, she’s attracted his attention in a way no one else has in years.
But they’re too completely different—she’s too caught up in the books she loves, and he’s definitely too rough to be a Prince Charming—for anything to ever form between them.
Despite how he burns every time she’s nearby.
But when unexpected dangers close in on Keirnan, distance is the last thing on Dane’s mind. This warrior will protect her from the threat and make sure she gets the fairytale happily ever after she deserves.
Entire series complete!
USA Today bestselling author PJ Fiala brings you the full and complete GHOST series—heroes willing to sacrifice everything in service to their country, and for the women they love. Full length novel with no cliffhanger, no cheating, and a happily-ever-after guaranteed.
Romance with Drama
Needs editing! Unnecessary foul language, and explicit sex. Otherwise good suspense/ drama with what you’re sure will have a happy ending.
Suspense, betrayal, danger, and evil abound but so does a budding love, family, and friends who will stop at nothing to save Keirnan.
Well plotted with engaging characters and believable situations. In real life, tho, vigilantism is not a good idea. Any author can construct a fictional world and populate it with whom ever they like to be the vigilantes, but our collective experience in the world we really live in shows that vigilantism results in no reduction in violence or increase in personal safety. The shortcuts vigilantes use mean innocent folks are targeted, frequently the powerless. That is, women, minorities and people of color.