Blurb: A fight he must win . . .
Piper Oliver knows she can’t trust him. They warned her that the tall, dark, and sexy black-ops soldier Jory Dean would try to win her over with his steel-gray eyes and deadly charm, but she won’t be conned by this man they call a traitor. All she has to do is figure out the science necessary to save his life, and she’s done. Something isn’t adding up, though, and she won’t rest until she uncovers the truth-even if it’s buried in his deep, dangerous kiss.
A passion she can’t resist . . .
Jory will do anything to reunite with and save his brothers-even kidnap the gorgeous woman who’s working to deactivate the deadly chip in their spines. But the forces determined to destroy his family won’t let them go so easily. Keeping Piper alive is more than he bargained for-and so is his burning desire for her. But with every second bringing him closer to certain death, can he afford to lose himself in her hot and willing embrace?
Review: This is the way an exciting, action and drama filled romance should be written. Both of the main characters are amazingly wrought and full of personality. Their chemistry on the page is really quite perfect.
As the 4th book in the series, it holds its own along with the ones that came before it and is just as good. It was awesome to get to finally find out more about the last brother and to get his story. I was not even remotely disappointed after finishing this.
When I read the author’s note at the beginning of the book, I was under the impression that this was the last book in the series. They way it was finished, though, left a lot of potential for the author to come back and add to the series, but from another direction because there are still some unfinished strings just hanging out their ready to be pulled on. Nothing frustrating, but definitely interesting. While it would be awesome if we got to see more from this, it also wouldn’t be heartbreaking because we did get closure for all of the major characters that have been the focus of the books to this point.