From USA Today best-selling author Kennedy Layne comes a thrilling new military romantic suspense series that will leave you on the edge of your seat....
Keane Sanderson never thought he'd survive to see a day past his latest deployment with the US Marines in Iraq. That was six years ago, and he's finally ready to ease off the accelerator. A unique opportunity to work for a top-shelf security and investigations firm in Florida is right up his alley.
Ashlyn Ellis had everything she'd ever wanted - a high-profile career as a federal prosecutor, an upscale apartment in the city, and a beach house for when she needed to decompress from all the stress that accompanied the job. All three are threatened when she realizes someone has been following her every move for a very long time.
When Ashlyn comprehends the lengths her pursuer is willing to take things, she calls in a favor. She never expected her plea for assistance to materialize in the form of Keane Sanderson - the one man who had every reason to revel in her misfortune. She's finally given the chance to rekindle the flames of desire she never should have extinguished, just in time for it all to be taken away when the stalker takes his obsession a step too far.
Series description: Safeguard Security & Investigations (SSI) is owned and operated by Townes Calvert, a retired marine gunnery sergeant who returned home to the States a bit more damaged than he'd care to admit. Not that anyone could tell outside of a very select group of former active duty buddies. It took Townes quite a while to acclimate to civilian life, and he kept himself busy in the interim working in treacherous situations with even more dangerous friends. The final result is a close-knit unit of highly trained former military men who have the experience to protect the innocent, investigate crimes on the gritty edge, and aid local law enforcement when justice has taken a back seat to political correctness. Follow along as Kennedy Layne conveys each of their gripping stories as they work together on investigations that lead them down perilous paths of passion, intrigue, and suspense....
This book looked like it might be good based on the description provided. I listened to this entire book and then had to ask myself WHY? In my opinion the characters were very shallow and reacted to situations as a teenager might, not as professional adults.
The narrator did a good job and I normally like Basil Sands. He also narrates the Jonathan Graves series by John Gillstrap, however even he could not save this one.
I do not recommend this book.
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