"Every kiss, every sexy scene, every word between this pair owned a piece of my soul. I could read this book a hundred times and still react as if it was the first time. The Protector is a top 2016 fave for me." -- Audrey Carlan, #1 bestselling author of The Calendar Girl series
Jake Sharp resides in his own personal hell. The ex-SAS sniper was distracted from duty once before, and the consequences were devastating--both personally and professionally. He vowed never to let that happen again The job of bodyguard to Camille Logan isn't the kind of distraction from his demons he should take. Women and Jake don't mix well, yet the lesser of two evils seems to be protecting the heiress, whose life is threatened as a result of her father's ruthless business dealings.
He thinks he knows her type: beautiful and spoiled, with her father's bank balance to fund her lifestyle. But he soon discovers the real Camille--warm, compassionate, determined to be independent and happy after struggling with past mistakes. Now, his duty to protect her turns into something deeper than a well-paid job, no matter how hard he fights it. He needs absolution. He comes to need Camille. But he knows he can't have both.
For fans of Maya Banks, The Protector delivers the all-consuming romance and devastating alpha hero that make a Jodi Ellen Malpas novel an irresistible, passionate read.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
The Protector reminded us of one of our favourite movies: The Bodyguard. Spoiled socialite Camille Logan isn't concerned about the recent death threats she’s gotten—she's too busy trying to get her life back on track. But that’s easier said than done with stoic bodyguard Jake Sharp dogging her every step. Forbidden attraction and looming danger kept us flipping the pages at a fevered pace.
Jake and Cami are explosive together...
Jake can be my protector that’s for sure. Steamy, intense hotness with every turn of the page. No spoiler here... but it’s a must read, if you haven’t already checked it out 🔥🔥🔥⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💥
Loved this book!
The story was ok. A little wordy and I skipped some paragraphs. Overall an ok read for a plane ride.