Ryan Brennan has worked plenty of jobs for the McCormack Security Agency, so going undercover at a couples resort to identify a pair of killers should be easy. Except his assigned partneruh, "wife"is Vicky Hastings. It takes all his willpower to keep their relationship professional, even when they're not sharing a secluded cabin.
Finally out from behind her desk, Vicky can't wait to prove herself in the field. But with Ryan? Their office flirtation cooled when he turned her down after a scorching kiss at the office Christmas party. Working together while sharing close quarters certainly isn't making it easy for her to stop thinking about him.
After a series of escalating "accidents," including Vicky's near-fatal fall from a tampered bridge, the two have to work together to wrap up this case fast, before more than hearts get broken.
For more of the McCormack Security Agency series, check out Guarding Jess and Viper's Kiss, available now!
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An adrenaline-spiking, page-turning, steamy read I really enjoyed Shannon Curtis’ For Her Eyes Only, the third book in her McCormack Security Agency Series. Yes, I love romantic suspense and in order to give this a fair review I absolutely HAD to read the previous two store sin this series, Viper's Kiss (Book 1) / Guarding Jess (Book 2), right? Well, that was my excuse anyway and soon I was happily immersed in some adrenaline-spiking, page-turning reads. I really enjoyed this series and For Her Eyes Only is filled with plot twists and suspects, as well as some steamy scenes. Ryan, the hero, an operative with McCormack Security is paired with a desk worker at the security agency, Vicky. They once shared a steamy kiss, but then Ryan beat a hasty retreat, now however they are undercover (in more ways than one) at a couples resort where some unsavory things seem to be taking place. I’d highly recommend you take a look at all three books in the series, but if not, this story does stand on its own. A fun summertime read when the days are hot, as the winter descriptions may help you cool off. Four stars (I received an eARC from the publisher through NetGalley for use in this review.)