Jedidiah Walker has spent years embracing danger as an undercover agent for a secret government agency, but she barely escapes with her life when a mission goes south. Her fiancé and long-time partner isn’t so lucky. Burned out and grieving, Jedidiah returns home to Whiskey River intending to create a new, perfectly boring life. A job with app designer Trevor Holt is a dream. She can use her computer skills without death looming, and nothing says “safe” more than a computer geek.
Not exactly. Trevor may design apps, but he’s also tatted, muscular, and rides with a motorcycle club that provides support to exploited children. While sparks sizzle between them, Trevor’s conscious that as her employer, any romantic moves need to come from her.
Jedidiah falls hard for her sexy boss, but she senses he has a dangerous side that is beyond tempting—and precisely what she’s determined to avoid. Can Trevor convince her that what they have is worth the risk?
A great addition to the Texas True series.
Jedidiah’s life took a whole different direction when her
finance was killed while they were working an undercover assignment together. She no longer enjoyed the work she did and
wanted to come back home, to her family in Whiskey River, where things were
safer and calmer. She didn’t expect to
meet Trevor or to work for him. And she
definitely didn’t expect to fall in love with him. But she did and as she learned more about
him, she wasn’t pleased. She swore she
would never fall for a hero again. She
didn’t want to worry about losing another man she loved. What will it take for Trevor to convince
Jedidiah that he will always love her and keep her safe?
There is so much more to this book than just a romance. I loved how a young runaway, Ricky, changed the course of the story. It became more exciting and unpredictable. I couldn’t put it down. I was also so happy to see how Jedidiah and Trevor were able to work through their issues and get their happily ever after.