Sometimes the forbidden is impossible to resist…
Special Ops soldier Chase “Fiddler” Daniels is just back from a dangerous mission overseas. He needs sleep and sex—and not necessarily in that order. When Sophie Nash arrives on his doorstep, he doesn’t recognize the stepsister he hasn’t seen in ten years. And when she spins a tale involving a Russian billionaire and secret files, he doesn’t believe her. Until someone firebombs his apartment with them inside…
Now they’re on the run, and grown-up Sophie is more compelling than he ever thought possible. But she’s off-limits, and Chase won’t cross that boundary—or will he?
Sophie Nash only wants life to return to normal. Get the files she mailed to Paris and find out what’s in them. Stop Grigori Androv from hurting anyone else. Live and let live. Except the stakes are high in this game of cat and mouse, and there’s no assurance she’s going to come out on top. Maybe that’s why she can’t quite resist Chase’s alpha magnetism.
Or why she finds herself falling for her very hot, very lethal—very forbidden—protector…
“Lynn's Hostile Operations Team is one of those series that just addictingly good. It doesn't matter how many books she'll write for it because I know I'll read every single one. Every. Single. One. They're that good. It's the perfect combination of sizzling romance with heartpounding suspense. It's action packed and sexy. It's everything I love about romantic suspense and I can't recommend this series enough!” - Dirty Girl Romance
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This series is great
Ms. Harris never disappoints with the HOT men. This was another great book by this lady. Fiddler is fun and full of surprises. Sophia is tougher than you think in the beginning and really sweet.
This has been my least favorite in this series, but I think it is more a me thing then the actual book. I just don’t really care for the step sibling trope. Chase and Sophie were not raised together, but his father married her mother when they were younger. Chase has not seen her in ten years as he does not speak to or get along with his father. Now Sophie shows up on his doorstep and she is in trouble. Will they be able to stay one step ahead to find the evidence they need to save her?