English professor Dr. Georgeanne Hayes has a problem. Her star pupil, an Army sergeant who works in a Top Secret government program, is missing—and someone tried to push her in front of a train last night.
Sam “Knight Rider” McKnight is used to looking out for Georgie. When they were kids, she was just his best friend’s baby sister. But Georgie’s not a baby anymore and Sam is getting some very male—and very dirty—thoughts about the girl he knows he can never have.
When someone threatens Georgie’s life again, Sam will do anything necessary to keep her safe. Even if it means spending the next few days locked up in a remote house on Maryland’s Eastern Shore with her.
Sam might be used to denying himself what he wants, but he’s about to find out that being cooped up with Georgie will push him to the limit. And maybe beyond
Oh this one was indeed a hot mess!
An alpha male, who is insecure of his worth as the man to the heroine.
A princess of a wealthy Texan family whom is an English professor, trying to prove she can cuss like a sailor when mad. I felt there was just something a bit off with the characters. Something that wasn't quite believable.
The sexual attraction was strong and steamy. Had been that way for years. The rest of the relationship developed within two days, that was just covered with 'they talked about everything'.
The suspense had great possibilities. The tension at the beginning of the tale was building, and I was expecting a great action. That never came. The situation was solved another way.
A story that had huge potential, that was cut off into a novella. It felt a bit rushed, so three spoons for this novella.
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