From this USA Today bestselling author comes a "seductive and scorching" (Rebecca Zanetti, New York Times bestselling author) romance between a tattooed bad-boy hacker and his best friend's little sister.
Hacker extraordinaire Roarke Brennan lives each hour - each breath - to avenge his brother's murder. His first move: put together a team of the best coders he knows. They're all brilliant, specialized, and every one an epic pain in his ass. Only now Wren Lee wants in too, threatening to upset their delicate balance. The girl Roarke never allowed himself to want is all grown up with sexy confidence and a dark past ... and she's the wild card he can't control.
Roarke might still think she's a kid, but Wren's been to hell and back. Nothing and nobody can stop her - especially the tatted-up, cocky-as-all-hell hacker. But when years of longing and chemistry collide, Wren and Roarke discover that revenge may be a dish best served blazing hot.
"The first in Erickson's Wired & Dangerous romantic suspense series roars out of the gate and doesn't let up. This is a highly enjoyable romantic thriller." -- Publishers Weekly
The first in Erickson's Wired & Dangerous romantic suspense series roars out of the gate and doesn't let up. Hacker Roarke Brennan is determined to avenge his younger brother Flynn's death at the hands of an almost cartoonishly ruthless computer magnate and his evil son with a group of his most talented hacker friends. When feisty Wren Lee finds out from her brother that her long-ago crush, Roarke, is putting a team together, she wants in: Flynn was a friend, and she has skills the crew needs. As bullets fly and emotions rage, Wren realizes Roarke's original coolness toward her isn't because he didn't care it's that he's terrified she'll be hurt. It's a valid concern with Erickson's hair-raising plot twists, since it's not clear who, if anyone, will survive. The villains are so unlikable that it's very satisfying to see them meet their fates. But just as the reader thinks the tale is over, Erickson (Blood Veil) throws several curveballs (readers who hate cliff-hangers, beware). This is a highly enjoyable romantic thriller.