A world class archer and a shape shifting bodyguard butt heads only to find they need each other if they’re going to make it through their journey alive.
Curvy girl Iona Fraser has spent her entire life, since childhood, on an Island off the coast of Maine. With dreams of becoming an Olympic archer she knows it is time to make her first trip away from home. But, when her father hires a hot-blooded bodyguard to protect her along the way, Iona’s iron will comes out to play.
David Kilgore has many secret tricks up his sleeve, but dealing with a bad tempered woman fully immune to his charms, is not one of them. He is immediately taken by Iona’s beauty and snubbed by her dismissive attitude. Though full of haughty arrogance, David begins to see the vulnerability Iona hides underneath.
As Iona and David make the trip to Toronto for Iona’s first tournament, she discovers there are more dark shadows in her family’s history then she ever realized before. Her haughty arrogance is soon checked when she understands the real danger she is in. It is only when her life is on the line that Iona will see what David is really made of.
AUTHOR´S NOTE: This is a +15,000-word stand-alone story with HEA, so no cliff-hangers! Story contains mature themes and language, and is intended for 18+ readers only.
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Iona has spent the majority of her life in protective custody.
Coll her father moved her to the island after the murder of her mother . She had most things that a young woman could want she was just very isolated . David came to the island just before her debut in archery competition she was trying to get into the Olympics . Her haughty attitude towards him is just a cover because she is attracted to him . The enemies from her fathers past soon find them . She then learns David's secret, and why her father insisted on hiring him . 5 stars great story good and sexy.
Confused and forced
The premise dimply didn't make sense. There was no need for the love interest to be a dragon shifter or for them to have gotten into bed. Confused why any of it needed to happen the way it did. And the euphemisms made me cringe. If there needs to be a sex scene, write a sex scene. Commit to it and own it. All in all needs a lot of work
Book has some spelling and grammar issues. Story is not well developed. The "pregnancy" feels very forced and an after thought.