She had the impression he had reverted to some Cro-Magnon man, who believed he would take care of her. There was a first time for everything.
Jesse Evans is wanted for selling out her elite Special Ops teammates. Only problem is, she didn’t do it. Now, to get her life back together and keep her only family safe, she has to find out who did sell them out–and make someone believe her.
Throughout the book, the reader–and Jesse–makes guesses about Cole, the man sent to kill her but who ends up helping her… or so she thinks. The action has just enough pauses between it to let readers catch their breath before picking right back up, and man, can Jesse pack a punch. The tender moments are well-done and well-placed, allowing the reader insight into both Jesse and Cole’s character. The attraction between the two, while almost cliche, was done in such a gentlemanly fashion (if such can be said about a man trying to kill you) that it worked well.
Full of twists and identity questions, this fast-paced thriller packs a mean punch and keeps readers guessing.