Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Dr. Bond Bergstrom fights to save the life of a man shot near the lakeside path where he jogs. Later, when the hospital where Bond works as chief of surgery learns the shooter attempted to kill him also, the board insists on assigning security protection to him 24/7 until the killer is caught.
Bond is furious with the decision. Former Navy SEALs, he argues, can protect themselves better than anyone in the world. Not so, counters former Delta Force operative Rory O’Shea. He’s the hot, sexy Irish-American who owns the agency providing the hospital’s routine security.
Bond grudgingly gives in, unaware that O’Shea has an ulterior motive in assigning himself to spend nights with the doctor as his personal bodyguard. Will O’Shea prove he has what it takes to satisfy Bond — both in and out of the bedroom?
This was a wonderful story. Bond tries to save a man shot near his jogging path and ends up putting himself in danger in the process. When Rory is forced upon him for protection it takes a bit of compromising for him to accept it is the best solution overall.
This story is told from both character’s points of view, so we are able to see the struggles they both go through. Bond wants to be a great surgeon and just help people anyway he can. Rory loves his security business, but has been following Bond from the sidelines for years and will not waste this new opportunity to get to know Bond and see if they can build a future. I felt so connected with both of these characters and was rooting for them the whole time.
The cover art is nice and catches your eye.
ebook, 123 pages
Published: 2nd Edition, September 17, 2016 by JMS Books
Edition Language: English