My number one objective should be protecting her…instead I’m fighting not to kiss her.
First rule of protection detail. Don’t get too attached. Too bad I’ve already broken that rule—danger is closing in as fast as I’m falling for her.
I need to focus on keeping her safe, but with her honey colored eyes haunting my dreams, all I can think about is touching her, kissing her, worshipping her.
As former military, I’ve fought every type of unseen enemy. So why can’t I fight the fantasies about the beautiful woman I’m charged with protecting?
Nearly five years ago, I ran from my life. And I’ve been hiding ever since. But I can’t hide from how he makes me feel.
Sawyer King has appointed himself my protector. He’ll save me from my past.
Relying on Sawyer to protect me is easier than being vulnerable with him. And falling for him? It’s out of the question—even if his kisses have me wishing for more.
I don’t want to see him get hurt because he’s protecting me. He’s just too stubborn to let me go.
I’m not sure if I can trust him with my life or my heart. My greatest fear though, is that I’ll put him into the very danger I’ve been running from…