I really enjoyed this story. It is so engaging that it is difficult to stop reading (be warned!) but actually it is a good idea to have some thinking time, as there is a lot going on and some issues, both political and personal that are interesting to muse over. I can honestly say that I chuckled, worried, empathised (mostly about the renovations and the cost), engaged in happy voyeurism, and immersed myself fully in the romances. -- Wicked Reads
From the Author
Liam McCullough is a former US Navy SEAL, who left the military during the era of Don't Ask, Don't Tell, when he couldn't keep living a lie. His background makes him a great action hero -- he has lots of training behind him, and he's in great physical shape.
Aidan Greene is a more unlikely action hero-- trained as an instructor in English as a Second Language, he spent eleven years in partnership with a high-powered attorney who sent Aidan for training in everything from flower arranging to cooking to how to pack suitcases effectively.
It's a surprise to both of them when these skills come in handy in the bodyguard business, and under Liam's tutelage Aidan grows more confident in his physical abilities, too.