As one of the few female law enforcers on the Eastern Shore, Hannah Freeman has to be smart, tough, competent, and dedicated.
That's the easy part.
Hiding her feelings for Dylan Hunt, a neighboring Police Chief has been challenging, but she has no time for unrequited love.
When a hostage situation threatens Hannah, Dylan lets his true feelings known, but will it be too late?
Military duty called them away to war zones, but after tours overseas, the group of friends found their way back home as men, seeking the peaceful little seaside town. Now, the band of brothers, together once more, work to provide a place for less fortunate veterans to call home.
Shielding You (Baytown Boys Book 13)
Can a second chance be in the cards for Hannah and Dylan? Can they keep their professional lives as police chiefs of small towns and still have a romance? The story weaves its way through their search for a happy ever after with a touch of suspense thrown in. Once again Maryann Jordan again takes you on a journey in Baytown and it’s adjoining towns and connects you with the wonderful Baytown characters. Another late night read.
Shielding Love for you and me
As always I love every book by this author and this one was not only about second chances but also redemption. Dylan and Hannah, both police chiefs from two districts are attracted from the get go but all too soon our histories catch up with us. Dylan’s former hookup is a roadblock but as Dylan works the system, he may have a chance with Hannah. Hannah has made a name for herself in her own area and letting him back in proves he can grovel awhile longer. When working a case together, they team up and find that shielding each other is where they want to be forever.
You and Me Forever
Hannah Freeman, from Hope City, is a disappointment to her dad. He can’t understand why she’d turn down an opportunity to join the FBI in order to move to a small, “in the middle of nowhere” town to become a Police Chief. But Hannah wants to make a difference and thinks the Eastern Shore is the perfect opportunity. She’s not looking for a relationship, but is immediately smitten with Dylan Hunt.
Dylan Hunt, former Baytown Boy and Navy man, was recently appointed Police Chief. At the monthly meeting of Eastern Shore area law enforcement officials, he literally runs into Hannah. The spark is immediate. They begin dating in secret when outside circumstances tear them apart. Their hearts are in it for the long haul, but the timing if off. Fast forward four years...Dylan and Hannah are working together to catch drug runners using their ports to transport drugs. Will the timing finally be right?
Another Baytown winner! I enjoyed the crossover of Maryann Jordan’s Hope City characters and the Baytown Bunch. Although second chance stories aren’t typically my favorite, I truly enjoyed Hannah and Dylan. Hannah is strong-willed, tough, and has a heart of gold. She would go out of her way to help others. She loves easily, but forever. I also love how she followed her heart and became a Police Chief instead of joining the FBI. I loved how Dylan was seen as the town player, but really showed himself to be a role model to a wayward teen. He’s kind, loving, supportive, and fair. Lastly, I liked that he didn’t go all “Alpha male” and demand Hannah quit her dangerous job. Great story! I read a gifted copy and all opinions stated are my own.