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Egan Maddox isn’t sure he’s the right man for the job when Northstar director Byron O’Neal asks him to find his missing daughter and protect her from an unknown danger. Egan’s never shaken off his attraction to Kellee O’Neal and hiding away with her could be more trouble than this former Navy SEAL can handle.  

Kellee is lost, with no memory, and believes someone wants to hurt her. When Egan appears and seems to know her, he convinces her she’ll be safe with him. As her memories resurface, she turns to Egan for comfort, and her youthful crush transforms into a womanly passion she can’t deny.  

With the Russian Mafia closing in, Kellee learns her entire life has been a lie. How can her love for Egan be enough to help her navigate the murky waters of her past and prove that her heritage doesn’t matter as much as the woman she’s become?  

©2015 Stanalei Fletcher (P)2018 Stanalei Fletcher

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Entertaining mystery love story.

A well crafted entertaining thriller with a dash of a mystery and a spritz of a love story.

This is well performed by the Narrator who mixes his accents with relish.



This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

11 of 11 people found this review helpful

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Is she a Russian mafia princess?

Stanalei Fletcher does it again, filling book two of the Northstar Security Series with thrilling action and romance . Kellee is caught in a hurricane and loses her memory. Egan works for Northstar Security, specifically Kellee's father and is sent to find and protect her from impending danger. When he finds her, she has no recollection of him, but feels safe with him. But what is protecting her from? When Kellee finds out what and who, all hell is about to break loose. Fletcher writes with style, giving Kellee qualities of strength and courage to face being displaced by the hurricane with amnesia, and at the same time the frustration of trying to remember. Egan maintains a coolness about him, with finesse and intelligence, he can handle any situation, except his attraction to Kellee. Their slow burn love is about to combust, but will it be too late? High suspense, passionate love and twists and turns to keep the action flowing, this story has it all.

The narration of the series continues with Charles Henderson Norman, with his many voices. This one includes a Russian accent that he performs with precision. His flow is well paced giving the action a thrill and the love warmth and passion.

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Narrator destroyed it

I tried twice to get past the 3rd chapter & just couldn't. if read with my own voices applied I might could. Narrator sounds like he's talking around a pipe and yelling the whole time. Smh, very disappointed .

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Mysteries 5 star listen

This is a great mystery listen. Full of Intense Action . This one will have you glued to the story from the beginning to the end . Heroine is Kellie and Hero is Egan
Egan has been attracted to Kellie for years but he knows she’s off limit since she’s the directors daughter. He has been watching her from afar till the director gives him a direct order. Protect her at all costs . Kellie finds out that her life has been a lie for years. She doesn’t know what to do with the information that she learns.
The narrator Chas was great. He brought this story to life. First I heard from him

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lovely

a lovely book .. very enjoyable story it is very well written and the narrator is very good
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Jan M
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  • 05-06-18

KGB and CIA

This is the second book in the Northstar Security series by Stanalei Fletcher and is great. It is a standalone listen. I enjoyed the story of Kelly and Egan. The story starts out where Kelly is attacked during a hurricane and suffers amnesia. She evacuates the area and is tracked down by Egan. Then enters the Russian mob and the story has more twists I was certain what direction the book was going to take, but I really enjoyed the journey. The narration was reminiscent of Dick Hill style performance and voice, which Charles Henderson Norman fit perfectly. The book has some great suspense, and is light on romance. The story also has some great imagery and subtle humor. I requested this review copy audiobook and have voluntarily written this review. I would definitely listen to more books by this author and narrator.

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Egan and Kellee

I received a copy of this book for my honest review.

Kellee spent her whole life being protected by the men in her life. She chafed under the restrictions and went to a different company. I do not understand why her father thought it would be dangerous to work for him but had no issues with arranging her a job with another company.

Kellee comes back to her apartment and gets ready to evacuate ahead of a hurricane and is confronted with a Russian kidnapper. She then gets swept away in the hurricane and loses her memory.

Her father then asks Egan to go find her and keep her safe. Egan has feelings for Kellee, but he was an asshole to her the last time he saw her. Despite that, he is able to gain her trust and keep her somewhat safer. His own gruffness with her tends to get in his way. But she slowly remembers everything and develops deeper feelings for him.

As they are chased by the Russian mafia, they work together. It is a thrilling story.

The narrator was difficult to listen to although I eventually got used to it. His voice for Kellee was like that of a man mocking a woman. His voice for Egan was fine, but a few decibels louder than normal, so it was jarring. I did get used to it.

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Interesting and Entertaining

This was an interesting and entertaining story. I thought it was a bit dragged out in the middle when Egan and Kellee were traveling however it still held my attention. Egan was a bit gruff for my liking and therefore I didn’t really feel the romance between him and Kellee the way I think I was meant to. All in all though there was enough action and good storyline to make the book entertaining. I liked it much better than the first book in the series. Charles Henderson Norman did a great job with the narration and all the voices were very distinguishable. I received a free copy of this audiobook and am providing an unbiased review.

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Russian mob and secrets

Kelly is a PI living in FL when a hurricane is about to reach land. Her plans to evacuate are halted when a man barges into her apart and attempts to kidnap her. After a struggle, Kelly kills the man and races into the storm. Days later, Egan is summoned to his job and is assigned the task of locating the boss’ missing daughter...yep, Kelly! When Egan finally locates Kelly with FL evacuees, she has temporary amnesia. Follow Egan, as he tries to protect Kelly from unknown assailants, as well as struggle with his attraction to the little spitfire. Lots of bad guys and drama. Great story and narration! I actually enjoyed this book more than book 1. Looking forward to the next book.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

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Fantastic listen!

High action story with a touch of romance. Great characters as well. Fantastic narrator, he really brought the story to life with different accents and voices for each character. I received a review copy of this audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • A D.
  • 05-10-18

interesting with a touch of frustration...

This was my first book in the series. It was action packed, with interesting and relevant back stories for the two main characters. It certainly wasn't boring or slowpaced. Also, it works well as a standalone story as I didn't feel like I had to listen or read the previous book to enjoy this one.

However I did find the plot a little frustrating. On one hand Egan is high handed, demanding and controlling. He is the more worldly wise and experienced of the two and when it seems slightly unnecessary, takes complete charge of Kelly and the situation. But, when it comes to the real pressing issues, he suddenly lets Kelly make decisions (to give him credit, he does make contingency plans). Kelly, meanwhile, has a mild too-stupid-to-live vibe with what she chooses to do. To be fair, the author is aware of these character flaws and addresses them before the story ends.

As with any suspense filled romance, the characters battle their attraction to each other as much as they battle the enemy. The resolution isn't quite as expected and I hope these characters make an appearance in other books in the series. I would like to know how they manage themselves.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.