The last thing Slade wants is to be in charge of anyone but himself, and his dog Lola, because the military taught him the high price of being in command. Dave Logan is on his honeymoon though, and leaves him right where he doesn't want to be. Just as he knew it would, the hard-won peace Slade finally found in his life quickly flies out the window, and things go from bad to worse when a child is kidnapped and Deep Six Security is on the verge of losing its biggest security contract on his watch.
With no leads in the case, Slade is desperate, so when the head of hotel security, small but feisty Taylor Kincaid, gets fired over the incident, he thinks hiring her to help him find the boy is smart. As the situation unravels though, he sees Taylor could be in just as much danger as the missing child. When a terrorist plot is added into the mix, Slade is at the end of his rope and has some tough choices to make fast. Does he save the only woman he's even considered letting himself love in a very long time? Does he save the child who is the key to keeping their contract? Or does he focus on saving the entire state before it's too late and they all die?
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Hot, Hot, Hot- Slade and Taylor
Becky McGraw writes an excellent story! The characters are engaging and interesting multi-dimensioal people with their own back stories and issues. I liked Slade when he was introduced in other stories and he has become even more interesting. The chemistry between Slade and Taylor is off the charts - and Taylor sure has issues in this area! And, let's not forget Lola and Buddy! I laughed out loud when Slade and Buddy had their first few run ins at Taylor's house! This book is also an excellent introduction to a number of the men of Deep Six Security.
Matt Haynes has a very smooth voice that flows like honey throughout this story. He provides great variations for the various characters. He does a great job!
- Eileen McCall