When Jeffrey Sinclair is forced to unravel the puzzle of who is stealing from his company and why, he gets caught up in a deadly game, one perpetrated by those who’ve vowed to protect our freedom. He and his colleagues infiltrate the life of the one person they feel is the link to solving the mystery, Avery Montgomery. Avery is the widow of the last known person to have their devices in his possession before he died.
Avery is a woman heroes marry and protect for life, and Sin’s never been the protecting, hero type, not like her dead husband was. When it becomes obvious that someone is threatening Avery, Sin believes it’s for the same reasons he and his partners are interested in her. He follows the twists and turns of the chase and does everything in his power to keep her safe while fighting to keep the attraction he feels in check. And in the end wonders if he can ever become exactly what he never thought possible…her hero.
This is a story about perceptions, misconceptions, and what can happen when those who misconceive, abuse their power. In short—a few good men gone wild.
A Battle for morals, money and love
The story is about a start up electronics company and the disappearance of its prototypes for the government. Under that umbrella is the fate of a widow whose marriage failed and a company CEO who refuses to risk giving his heart to any woman. Jeffrey Sinclair is the CEO and the woman he is attempting to resist; meet up in a most unusual way. Both are at a national cemetery where someone shoots at her. She ends up in his arms as he pulls her out of harm's way.
The fate of this young company, the CEO's desire to protect Avery Montgomery and the trouble that might cause, the success or failure to retrieve the missing prototypes, and the help or hindrance of military who seek the prototypes, are just a few of the issues that need to be resolved. This was a very good read. I have enjoyed each Sandy Loyd book I have read (four to date) and keep her books on my fun-to-read list!