Dangerous Protector : Red Stone Security

  • by Katie Reus
  • Narrated by Sophie Eastlake
  • Series: Red Stone Security
  • 3 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

She thought she was finally safe...
After two years of running, Tegan O'Kelly could finally stop when the deadly gangster after her died. Eight months ago she put down roots in sunny Miami. For the first time in years she has friends, a job she likes, and she can think about the future, not just surviving to the next day. When her car is bombed in broad daylight, she decides to stand her ground instead of running from her faceless enemy.
But a deadly enemy has her in his crosshairs...
Single father Aaron Fitzpatrick knew Tegan was trouble from the moment he laid eyes on her. Sexy trouble wrapped up in a petite, dynamite package he fantasizes about kissing far too often. So far he's been able to keep his distance, but when he witnesses her car explode - with her close by - something protective erupts inside him. After his wife left him and their son five years ago, he's stayed away from relationships and women, but he can't keep his distance from Tegan. It's clear she's in danger, and the more he learns about her, the more he knows he has to stand beside her and fight the danger hunting her.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

well I started with vol.14 !

loved the narrator so that's always a good start to any book!

lived the story of Nd hope to be reading more good books!
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- Pamela

Great read and listen..

A good story about Aaron and Tegan, and who’s out to kill Tegan. It can’t be De Fiore because he was murdered 8 months ago. So, now the hunt is on.

Aaron was a great hero, his five year old son Dillon was sweet secondary character, and Tegan was a great character, until she had her too TSTL moment. Why do authors want to write about women who leave, or try to leave, their love interest to protect them, like the men can’t take care of her or themselves? It’s just silly, and it part of the plot in more books than I care to remember.

This was a really good story, except for Tegan’s “moment.” It had, drama, murder, mystery, everything you’d want in a book, other than a plain old book with page after page of angst.

As to the narrator: As always Ms. Eastlake did a great job. She just lacks in the area of doing what the book calls for. If she ever laughed when the book says to I think I’d faint. She does great voices but she needs to work on relaying her emotions.
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- Trish R.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-18-2016
  • Publisher: KR Press LLC