In what circumstance wouldn't a knight want to rescue a damsel in distress? A former SEAL working for Legendary Securities, North Dockter has found the very circumstance that challenges even his stalwart, chivalrous ways. Nikki Beckwith is a firecracker who butts heads with him at every turn, refusing to follow orders or listen to his experience unless doing so suits her.
When she discovers someone is smuggling drugs through her company's warehouse and her life is threatened, Nikki flees to her aging grandfather's home in England to lay low and regroup. He's always been there for her, and, if ever she needed a bolthole to make changes in her life, it's now. Maybe it’s time to return to the States…particularly after meeting North and realizing the attraction between them is more than she believed possible.
But Nikki soon realizes that no place is safe after her grandfather is attacked in his home. Even with her gorgeous guardian angel hovering close by, will she be too late to make all the changes she's envisioned?
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It was okay
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
I am a little mixed on this one. I usually LOVE anything Ms. Mayer writes but there was something off about this one for me. I really didn't feel a connection with the characters like I normally do. I was confused most of the time with the dialogue between the parties. The plot felt kind of contrite as well. It was a short read and I did finish it. I was hoping it would get better but the ending even fell flat for me.
Not a good representation of authors work
I was kindly provided this book as an ARC; in exchange for my honest review. This is book 15 of 16 in the Heroes for Hire series. This book centers around North & Nikki. I feel like a heel for saying this; but this book didn’t add much to a mostly great series. Ho-hum at best. It’s a fast read, so if you want a quick wam-bam story with very little plot, intrigue or sexy-times you’ll be satisfied. Honestly, I was bored; sorry..
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