"Night fall. The beginning of the end of every day."
When it came to apprehending bad guys, darkness could be an ally and Aiden Byrd of Nighthawk Security desperately needed to catch the person responsible for stalking, threatening, and sending inappropriate gifts to Olympic skier Harper Young. It was his start-up company's first significant security detail; his brothers were depending on him and the governor was depending on him . . . to protect her daughter. The question now being, could Aiden depend on himself? He had never expected a strong jolt of attraction to be a major factor, and if his instincts were correct, the "zing" element was mutual.
Thank goodness they survived "that" particular conversation . . . Aiden and Harper agreed to put their personal feelings aside, for neither were in a position to build a relationship and both needed to be focused on keeping Harper safe. What they didn't anticipate was God's timing.
Great plotting! More than a sufficient number of switchbacks while carefully navigating a maze of romantic roadblocks.
*I purchased this book and was under no obligation to provide a positive review. 3.5 stars
She faces dangerous situations all the time…
Olympic downhill skier, Harper Young, knows what it’s like to look danger in the face. After all, she does it every time she races down a ski slope. She’s fine with that danger and even excels under the pressure, winning Olympic gold. And as a governor’s daughter, she’s familiar with receiving threats from the general public. But when a stalker turns his sights on Harper, she possesses zero skills to protect herself.
But she has no idea what lurks in the shadows.