HE'D BREAK THE LAW TO GET HIS KIDS BACK
The twins were all Josh Parker had in this world. So when they were kidnapped, he couldn't rely on his Texas Rangers star to get them back safely. Or involve Tracey Cassidy, the only person he trusted to care for his children.
A family of criminals was asking him to break the law if he ever wanted to see his children again.
But when Tracey caught wind of his plan, she knew no matter how big Josh's heart was, he had a future with his twins to look forward to.
They needed their father.
And this was one burden he wouldn't have to shoulder alone.
Tense situations, fast action, danger, death, adorable twins and fragile romance, all makings of an entertaining story, that keeps the reader on the edge.
The connection between Josh and Tracey has been formed over the past four years, as she had been taking care of his children. It is a unique type of connection, the trust, respect, and loyalty they have for each other, the love for the kids they share the responsibility of, it has made them part of each others lives, like few people around them understands. Some of that connection was such a foregone conclusion, that I felt like I needed more explanation, more background information. They don't have many scenes together on the story, and the romance is in the background, saving the kids is the priority, and keeping the mafia family in prison and alive came a close second. But having the previous four years to built to the events in the story, the love and adoration between Josh and Tracey are believable and adorable. The story is clean on the passion side, just a few kisses through the tale.
The danger is chaotic and constant. The atmosphere of the story is turbulent and tumultuous, the fear and jitters running in every scene. The angst-ridden behavior of the kidnappers is keeping the situation unsteady and impossible to predict, putting everyone's life in danger, the survival unlikely.
Rapid fatal action and dire conditions, balanced by a love that is willing to risk lives and break laws, to save those dear to them.
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side