Trace Kogan will go to any length to protect those who need protecting. That is the business he is in - the business his father, Casper Kogan, started with Bryce Trexler more than 35 years ago. Trace spends day and night eliminating threats to clients, so when the danger hits too close to home, he won't let anything come between him and the woman who desperately needs his help.
His only fear is that the physical reaction he has to Marissa may pose a bigger danger than the ghost that they find themselves up against.
Marissa Trexler has spent the last 12 months of her life in hiding, tucked away in one safe house after another for her own protection. The threat to her is real even if the reason is still unknown. Strangely, whoever is after her seems to find her no matter where she goes, leading her family to believe it's an inside job.
So when the decision is made that Trace will provide personal protection, she can't say no, even if being close to him adds another level of danger - and this one is to her heart.
©2015 Nicole Edwards (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
For most of the book, I was quite annoyed with Marissa. Her family and extended family are into security business. She has info that will assist in her security or to solve the problem of who is chasing her for 12 months. Her reasons just not solid. Every one keeping secrets and all this lack of communication going on. Let's just say that the last quarter of the book was much better. I did not feel like throwing my head set away.
The narrators did a wonderful job. I have no complaints about them.
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After listening for over 7 hours, I am still waiting for the story and characters to grab my attention and make me care what happens.
I just don't believe that, after a whole year of trying, a successful international security company can't protect Marissa and figure out who is trying to hurt her.
Since the security company is owned by Marissa's family, where she grew up surrounded by military men, I would expect her to be strong enough to protect herself, with a little help.
While I usually enjoy Nicole Edward's snappy dialogue and off-beat humor, I am giving up on this book and moving on.....
This book is an opener for two new series while still mentioning my Walker Boys. I enjoyed it and I can't wait for Southern Boy Mafia Max & Courtney and I can't wait for Sniper 2 with Zachariah - Z and Ryan RT.
It's an opener for both families and there history it's book one so it's hard to have a favorite right now.
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