Bounty Of Loveby Scotty Cade
Hunky FBI Agent Jake Elliot is investigating the case, and he eventually
The night before his wedding, Zander Walsh, his parents, and his husband-to-be are all shot when they return home and interrupt a mysterious robbery in progress. After three weeks in a coma, Zander wakes up to find out he is the only survivor, and his perfect life falls apart in an instant.
Hunky FBI Agent Jake Elliot is investigating the case, and he eventually apprehends the killer-who soon escapes. Following six months of searching, Zander and Jake realize they're being stonewalled by the FBI... and that they have slowly formed an unbreakable bond that is beginning to turn into much more.
Once they embark on a journey to apprehend the killer for the second time, they'll discover that one terrible night was much more than just an interrupted robbery. Can big business and politics cover up the truth, or will Zander and Jake's quest to unravel the mystery be the end of their newfound love and their lives?
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BOUNTY OF LOVE by Scotty Cade (Dreamspinner Books, August 2011, $14.99 softcover) Zander Walsh wakes up in a hospital to learn that he, his fiancé Darren and his parents were shot by an apparent thief they surprised at his parents' home, and only Zander survived the shooting. As he tries to put his life back together, some bits of information seem to suggest that this was not a random theft, by a planned assassination of his father, an influential senator. FBI agent Jake Elliot is assigned to the case, essentially to shadow Zander and make sure he remains safe, a situation that results in a familiarity that evolves into mutual attraction. As more details about the crime become available, and Jake notices some strange reactions among his FBI superiors, the two find themselves in a confusing and potentially very dangerous situation. It's a riveting (though occasionally over-the-top and a bit unrealistic) story of corporate greed and political jeopardy, with lots of nail-biting scenes to appease any action junkie. Generally well written, and I'd give it four stars out of five. - Bob Lind, Echo Magazine