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Ambushed (Decorah Security Series, Book #4)
     

Ambushed (Decorah Security Series, Book #4)

2.3 4
by Rebecca York
 
From New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author, Rebecca York

She's a target. He's her shield.

Sworn to protect federal witness Elizabeth Bannerman, Decorah Security Agent Jordan Stone fights the emotions building between them. He's a man desperate to atone for past sins and determined to deny his own happiness. But when they're ambushed by

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From New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author, Rebecca York

She's a target. He's her shield.

Sworn to protect federal witness Elizabeth Bannerman, Decorah Security Agent Jordan Stone fights the emotions building between them. He's a man desperate to atone for past sins and determined to deny his own happiness. But when they're ambushed by terrorists, Jordan realizes he actually does have something left to lose--Elizabeth.

Excerpt:

Jordan Stone glanced at the pretty blond woman sitting rigidly beside him in the backseat of the Town Car. Her blue eyes stared straight ahead. Her elegant hands clasped each other in a death grip. She looked like she was on her way to her own execution.

He longed to slip a protective arm around her shoulder and pull her close, but he kept his arms at his sides. He was her bodyguard. Nothing more and nothing less. That could be their only relationship.

Elizabeth Weston was the key witness against Kishwar Samara, the man who had plotted to blow up the National Archives. And Jordan's job was to keep her alive long enough to testify.

Frank Decorah had assigned a team of operatives to alternate guard duty. Primarily Jordan and Emma Richards, their top female agent. Jordan knew the two women had become friends.

That wasn't possible for him and Elizabeth. Not with the sexual awareness crackling between them.

He understood that it came from the nerve-wracking confinement and forced proximity.

If he'd had his choice he would have asked for another assignment. And never see her again? That thought made his throat constrict painfully.

**More stories in Rebecca York's Decorah Security series:

#1 On Edge - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella - introduces the founder of Decorah Security Agency
#2 Dark Moon - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#3 Chained - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#4 Ambushed - Paranormal romantic-suspense short story
#5 Dark Powers - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#6 Hot and Dangerous - Paranormal romantic-suspense short story
#7 At Risk - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#8 Christmas Captive - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#9 Destination Wedding - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#10 Rx Missing - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#11 Hunting Moon - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#12 Terror Mansion - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#13 Outlaw Justice - Paranormal romantic-suspense novella
#14 Found Missing - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel
#15 Preying Game - Paranormal romantic-suspense novel

**The Decorah Security Collection includes Chained, Dark Powers, Hot and Dangerous,and Ambushed.

**For more sexy, action-packed thrillers from Rebecca York, check out the science-fiction romance stories in her Off-World series:

#1 - Hero's Welcome - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#2 - Nightfall - Sexy science-fiction romance novella
#3 - Conquest - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#4 - Assignment Danger - Sexy science-fiction romance novella
#5 - Christmas Home - Sexy science-fiction romance short story
#6 - Firelight Confession - Sexy science-fiction romance novella

**The Off World Collection includes Hero's Welcome, Conquest, and Nightfall.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013861824
Publisher:
Light Street Press
Publication date:
12/14/2011
Series:
Decorah Security , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
150,572
File size:
317 KB

Meet the Author

A New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling Author, Rebecca York is one of fewer than 20 romance novelists ever to receive the Romance Writers of America Centennial Award for having written over 100 romance novels. Her career has focused on romantic suspense, often with paranormal elements.

Her 16 Berkley novels and novellas include her nine-book werewolf “Moon” series. KILLING MOON was a launch book for the Berkley Sensation imprint. She has written 75 books for Harlequin, many in her popular 43 Light Street series for Harlequin Intrigue. Her recent releases include BETRAYED for Sourcebooks Casablanca and DIAGNOSIS: ATTRACTION for Harlequin Intrigue, A PRIVATE AFFAIR, is a January 2015 novel from Sourcebooks Casablanca.

Rebecca has written for Harlequin, Berkley, Dell, Tor, Carina Press, and Pageant Books.

As Ruth Glick, Rebecca has also published sixteen cookbooks, one of which (100 PERCENT PLEASURE, with Nancy Baggett) was picked by USA Today as one of the twelve best cookbooks of 1994. Her most recent cookbook is THE 2 DAY A WEEK DIET COOKBOOK, published in 2014.

Her many awards include two Rita finalist books. She has two Career Achievement awards from Romantic Times: for Series Romantic Suspense and for Series Romantic Mystery. And her Peregrine Connection series won a Lifetime Achievement Award for Romantic Suspense Series.

Many of her novels have been nominated for or won RT Reviewers Choice awards. In addition, she has won a Prism Award, several New Jersey Romance Writers Golden Leaf awards and numerous other chapter awards.

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Ambushed 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could have been a great story but didnt know how to connect characters to beginning of story....not sure
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was too full of sex to begin with. Took forever to begin a plot. Still not sure there was one. It has possibilities when continued. Did not draw me into the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Should have bought a candy bar with my 99 cents. It would have lasted longer!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago