toward the future. But when I see Nash Garrison after six long years, my world
is thrown completely off its axis.
and confidant during the worst days of my life, and I fell hopelessly in love
with him. No eighteen year old girl could resist his protective nature and
charming grin. I was no exception.
about to bring down the man responsible for my parents’ deaths. Revenge has
been the driving force fueling every decision I’ve ever made – except for
that sends the most rational parts of my brain into a tailspin? And how do I
balance on the edge of retribution without tumbling into heartbreak once more?
18 year old Zoe,the daughter of two FBI Agents,is witness to her parents murder,manages to escape before facing the same fate,and as a result is put into a safe house,with agents protecting her until the trial where she is to testify.One of the Agents is Nash Garrison,10 years her senior,as the days in each other’s company go on,a mutual attraction is there,with lines getting slightly blurred yet not going too far…Fast forward to 6 years later,with Zoe (24) having joined the FBI ,which was her dream even before losing her parents,and a focus on bringing down the one responsible for her parents death is her ultimate goal.
She comes into contact with Nash again,and even with keeping the professional image,those feelings from years ago is still there on both sides.
Now I won’t go into anymore detail as to all that happens,but this is more than a simple second chance romance story…there are other elements which add some suspense,action packed ride,especially towards the end,and a few twists added along with a OMG I DIDN’T SEE THAT COMING! moment.
Jacob has created yet another well written,with great attention to detail,telling in DUAL POV story,that as I said to start with got me hooked from the beginning…I LOVED IT!
Chance grew up in New England and still lives there today. He’s a martial
artist, a football fan, a practical joker and junk food lover.
A writer of
sports romcoms and romantic suspense, Jacob plans on providing you with many