Saving a man's life gave Nevaeh Williams some well deserved, and possibly unwanted attention; after all, it was what she was trained to do as a member of the Phoenix K-9 Security and Detection Agency. Following the incident, the celebrity rapper whose band member could have burned to death following the suspicious pyrotechnic explosion adds Nevaeh and her canine to his protection detail, bringing the duo into close contact with bodyguard Branson Aaberg, whose size and strength trigger nightmares from her past. Nevaeh could not allow post traumatic stress to interfere with her job, she just couldn't.
Branson Aaberg needed to keep his celebrity client safe at all costs, his family was depending on the income that he was providing to fund much-needed medical treatments for his father. If adding K-9 patrols at night was necessary, who was he to argue with the boss? Of course it had nothing to do with one of the gorgeous handlers, whose behavior around him was odd, maybe even borderline bizarre . . . if he didn't know better, Branson might think that Nevaeh was afraid of him . . . wait a minute, was she afraid of him?
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This woman and her K-9 protect others. Now who will protect them?
After a brutal attack, it took Nevaeh Williams six years to rebuild her life. Now a security specialist at the Phoenix K-9 Security and Detection Agency, she faces danger nearly every day. But when an old friend is targeted, her fragile stability begins to crumble.
Celebrity bodyguard Branson Aaberg could lose more than his career if he fails to end the mysterious threat against his client. Soon he’s more concerned with rescuing the tough but vulnerable woman who joins his security team.
Nevaeh is there to protect her friend, but what if she needs protection? What if the feeling she’s being watched isn’t the result of her traumatized imagination? If the danger is real, Nevaeh's only hope for survival may be the God powerful enough to defeat her worst enemy—the one she doesn't see before it's too late.