Beckett Jamieson discovers he is adopted when a lawyer hands him a letter from his mother on his 21st birthday. His real name is Robert Bullen, but the Bullen family is involved in criminal activity of the worst kind. He decides to bring them down but ends up badly beaten and temporarily blinded. A Sanctuary agent takes him to a safe house to heal.
Doctor Kayden Summers, Sanctuary operative, is not happy about being stuck in the middle of nowhere with an unconscious man. When Beckett wakes, the situation goes from bad to worse. Beckett does not trust him, is as determined as ever to find the evidence his mother hid, and on top of all that, Kayden finds himself attracted to the determined young man.
Can they overcome their issues and eliminate the threat from the Bullen brothers?
©2013 RJ Scott (P)2015 RJ Scott
I'm done with this series. Every negative comparison is to the way girls and chicks feel, express themselves and act. It is not necessary to denigrate females to allow big tough men to experience their feeling. Perhaps all of the fear of the feminine is a cover for failing to actually create realistic characters who grow and develop.
Face Value is another great tale by R.J. Scott and an awesome installment of the Sanctuary series.
First I want to mention that although this is the third part of a series it can be read, or listened to, as a standalone. The story connects to the first two in the series but can be fully understood without having read the others in the series.
This tale features Beckett Jamieson who learns he was born Robert Bullen and is part of a political—and criminal—family. His deceased mother leaves him clues that will help take the Bullens down. Unfortunately this gets him in trouble and puts his life in danger.
That’s when he ends up in a Sanctuary safe house being taken care of by Dr. Kayden Summers. Kayden has a habit of talking to his patients, even if their unconscious and that’s basically how their relationship starts.
I loved Kayden from the start. I thought he was hilarious and his past was interesting. It took me a little longer to connect with Beckett but by the end I loved him and enjoyed his relationship with Kayden.
This was a sweet short story with a surprise toward the end I didn’t see coming.
Once more Sean Crisden did a great job with this story. He has amazing range and made each character seem special.
He’s one of the best narrators out there.
Yes. This book is a great combination of hot doctor/bodyguard and a patient finding each other while all around them is "CSI: Los Angeles" type chaos. So you get the 'danger factor' while you get the romance.
The first 2 books in the series, Guarding Morgan and The Only Easy Day are must reads as this is a continuing story and each book start just where the previous book ends. To fully understand what is going on you need to start with Guarding Morgan.
Although I love to read the books and make up the voices in my head, Sean does a much better job. His voice to the character descriptions are spot on. His voice is soothing and masculine and a great choice for a reader.
Kayden Summers. I enjoy the brilliant characters that have a different backstory. They are the most interesting type of character to me.
Just that you really need to start with Book 1 and continue with each book in order of the series, and then you will really enjoy these books. I have read them several times and now I am so thrilled they are in audible format for me to listen when I go for a walk or ride my bike.
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