To the Edge : Bodyguards

  • by Cindy Gerard
  • Narrated by Alastair Haynesbirdge
  • Series: Bodyguards
  • 10 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The daughter of a wealthy businessman, Jillian Kincaid grew up with bodyguards shadowing her every move - and she hated it. Now a TV anchorwoman, she refuses to let another hired thug follow her around. Not even when she begins to receive terrifying death threats. Not even when the bodyguard is the darkly seductive Nolan Garrett.
Trained in Special Ops, bodyguard Nolan Garrett has been hired by Jillian's father to keep her out of danger. But it's clear from the start that Jillian isn't going to make his job easy. Far from the spoiled princess he expected, Jillian is tough, independent, and totally sexy. And she's fighting him every step of the way.
As Jillian's stalker raises the stakes, Nolan must keep her close if he wants to keep her alive. But being so close can only turn up the heat that's been simmering between them - a heat that could explode into passion at any moment.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Too much inner dialogue

What was most disappointing about Cindy Gerard’s story?

Great potential, BUT I don't like it when the story is mostly told in the main characters head instead of by actions.


Have you listened to any of Alastair Haynesbirdge’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Liked the narrator.


What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Boredom, frustration and impatience. Didn't finish the story.


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- Lorna Manning

Poor Little Rich Girl

While the suspense part of the plot was well written, I just didn't like poor little rich girl Jillian. Why would an educated professional woman refuse protection after receiving death threats? It made absolutely no sense, considering that money was not an issue.

To the Edge, which I read more than 10 years ago, introduced Nolan and his brothers & sister who owned a private security company. I liked Nolan's commitment to protecting Jillian without becoming a dominant alpha jerk. His sister Eve (ex-FBI) seemed like an interesting character, so I will definitely listen to her book.

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- Rusty "Great Books Don't Promote Violence"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-21-2017
  • Publisher: Audible Studios