Base Branch operative Ryan Noble is accustomed to taking orders - whether from his commander or his overbearing mother. His best friend urged him to take control of his life, but the only thing worse than an angry woman is a teary one. He has no desire to upset his mother's fragile emotions. Losing his sister was hard enough; his mom couldn't bear losing another child - even if it is just to the other side of D.C. It's a damn good thing she doesn't know what he does for a living.
On a routine mission to destroy a human-trafficking facility and exterminate its operators, Ryan blows his extraction to rescue a woman he finds chained inside.
Piper Vega is caught between metal and a hard place. She needs information and it has taken far too long to cull it from her leads - also known as her captors. She finally has the facts she needs to complete her task, but it'll take a miracle to set her free and see it achieved. Santo Padre knows she never expected her good favor to come in the form of a man.
Ryan takes the reins of life in his sturdy grip while Piper discovers balance in loosening hers. Through intense battles of will, both find the unexpected.
©2014 Megan Mitcham (P)2016 Megan Mitcham
I really enjoy Megan Mitcham's Base Branch series. Although this is the third book in the series, it is actually the first book I started with. The blurb about the story sounded interesting and I liked the name Piper.
The only reason I gave this book 4 starts instead of 5 is because of the cliffhanger ending. All of the other books are stand alone.
I highly recommend reading the series in order for the most enjoyment as the characters develop nicely in each story.
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