Former Army Ranger’s first civilian assignment is to protect a spunky physical therapist from an unknown threat at a rehab ranch for disabled veterans
Forced into medical retirement, Army Ranger Alex “Taz” Davila takes a job in the wilds of Montana with the Brotherhood Protectors. First assignment: undercover protection of a pretty physical therapist on a veteran's rehab ranch.
Living her dream job, Hannah Kendricks helps wounded warriors and abused horses at a rehab ranch for veterans. Finally in a position for a little romance, she suffers a set back when strange accidents nearly get her killed. Her lagging libido gets a kickstart when a sexy new patient starts following her, always there when she turns around. Before long, she realizes he’s the only thing standing between her and whoever is after her.
Accepting his offer to protect her, Hannah encounters a new problem. She’s attracted to the man! Together they struggle to determine who wants to hurt her and why, while fighting the growing attraction they are helpless to resist.
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Good enough! A very quick read, a little contrived at times. I’ll definitely read another of her books
Another great Brotherhood Protectors story!
Montana Ranger is a quick paced, intriguing and sexy story. Medically retired Army Ranger Taz Davila isn't looking for love when he accepts an assignment to protect Hannah Kendricks from threats by an unknown person.
Hannah is happy as a therapist running a ranch where veterans and horses in need are put together to help each other. She doesn't want to believe that someone is really out to hurt her but finally reluctantly accepts protection from a man she thinks is another veteran in need of her help.
The chemistry between Hannah and Taz is hot and once they finally get together – wow! This story kept me guessing right up until the end and I was quite surprised at who the bad guy turned out to be.
This is a great series by Elle James and I look forward to reading more stories about the Brotherhood Protectors.
An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.