Jacob Foster knows all too well about living a life of lies and deceit. After a string of bad cases working for the CIA, he’s tired of the undercover world and agency politics. Needing to find himself again, he leaves everything behind to move home. Letting his focus be on helping his sister and her newborn son, he pushes the past behind him.
Life goes on, years go by, and he finds normalcy.
Roxanne Gilliland knew nothing but the life the ATF created for her from childhood. Following in her father’s footsteps, she’s let the agency direct her world. But there is always the one case that comes along. That one case takes everything and everyone away from her.
She moves on—new town, new life, but the threat never leaves her mind.
What happens when an old friend lands on her front porch and everyone’s secrets threaten to be exposed? They knew each other as agents. Later, they went from friends to lovers. When Jacob is forced undercover as a fighter to win against the past, is he strong enough to win the match and Roxanne’s heart?
- *Intended for mature audiences only 18+*
- This book contains strong language, strong sexual situations, violence, and sexual assault/rape, which may be triggering to some survivors.
- This is not meant to be a true or exact depiction of how federal agents would do their jobs or how the cases would work, rather it’s a work of fiction meant to entertain.
- This book as well as all of the books in this series can be read as a standalone.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This one is pretty intense. I liked the characters and revisiting those MMA guys. This one is also very heartbreaking especially for Roxanne. All I can say my hearts goes out to her through out this book. I'm so glad she has Jacob and the other fighter guys in her corner. There is one part in the book that was just too intense and I had to skim it. I just couldn't bring myself to read it word for word. For me that was the only thing I didn't particularly care for in this book. I can pretty much put up with a lot when it comes to reading, but that was a limit for me. I would say it would be a trigger for people. Otherwise I enjoyed the book. It had a lot suspense to it , but also passion. A good storyline that will keep you hooked and ending that will satisfy you.