How to protect your heart:
Let your bodyguard have it.
Jane Cobalt is an American princess. The loyal and painfully curious twenty-three-year-old has inherited immense pressure to preserve the Cobalt legacy. But for Jane — sex, love, and life have been a series of royal failures.
After a friends-with-benefits ended in disaster, she's sworn to a “no sex” hiatus for, well, eternity — and she has no intention of letting anyone in her bed and definitely not her heart.
Twenty-eight-year-old Thatcher Moretti is painfully professional. As the stern 24/7 bodyguard to Jane, thinking about unbridled sex with his sweet client is a sin. One that he keeps committing.
But the real act is a hard line he’d never cross.
When a family member betrays Jane's trust, the media becomes obsessed with matchmaking the perpetually “single” Jane Cobalt and unwanted attention suddenly compromises her safety.
Thatcher would do anything to protect her, and one solution may level the threats:
Become the fake boyfriend to an American princess.
Entwined together with boiling chemistry, new “professional” parameters, and an oath, unsaid feelings threaten to rise and change everything.
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I was not expecting to like this as much as I did. I love Moffy and Farrow and so switching you Jane and Thatcher... but I fell in love with them both. I really loved that they are opposites (chatty vs silent type) but both fiercely protective of family.
Better than TV
The fact that this is realistically the 14th book in the overall series and I’m still left wanting more should say a lot. I need there to be 5 more books for me to get through because I finished this in a day and think waiting for the next book is going to be challenging.
Great addition to the series!
This book was absolutely amazing and I’m already claiming it as one of my favorites of the year. Jane and Thatcher are different but work so well together. Thatcher excepts every part of Jane and that’s exactly what she needs when the world criticizes her everyday. And Jane really sees and tries to get to know thatcher. She doesn’t just see him as a twin, but as an individual. I’m so excited about the next book. Krista & Becca remain my all time favorite authors. I love that when we switch POVs of the main characters in books, I can actually tell a difference between the previous books. They have a gift for writing characters that you fall in love with and are completely invested in. I can’t wait for more Jane and Thatcher! 💕