Police Protector

Police Protector

by Elizabeth Heiter

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ISBN-13: 9781335721112
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 06/20/2017
Series: The Lawmen: Bullets and Brawn
Edition description: Original
Pages: 256
Sales rank: 1,326,819
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.60(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Critically acclaimed and award-winning author ELIZABETH HEITER likes her suspense to feature strong heroines, chilling villains, psychological twists and a little bit of romance. Her research has taken her into the minds of serial killers, through murder investigations, and onto the FBI Academy’s shooting range. Her novels have been published in more than a dozen countries and translated into eight languages. Visit her at www.elizabethheiter.com.

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Police Protector 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
KatrinaEpperson More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful story!! Yes, I love this series. This is the second installment in The Lawmen: Bullets and Brawn series. The cover gives a hint at the story it contains. Shaye Mallory moved to the area a few years ago and it seems like she has been dodging bullets since shortly after her arrival. A year ago she was an innocent bystander during a shootout at the police station, the one place she should feel the safest. She has recently returned to her job as a forensic analyst and to celebrate she stops the grocery for some ice cream. In the parking lot she had a feeling of unease and suddenly bullets started flying again. When Detective Cole Walker shows up he's convinced there's more going on than being an innocent bystander this time. He vows to protect Shaye at all cost. This is a fast paced story that quickly pulled me in. It has elements of mystery, suspense, romantic tension, and love. This is a book I would recommend to anyone who loves suspense. I received this book from the author. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
dspinlexo More than 1 year ago
Second in The Lawmen: Bullets and Brawn series. The story of another brother, Cole, and the love of his life, Shaye. After Shaye survives a shoot out, Cole assumes bodyguard duty to protect her. Lots of twists and turns to find the villain, close to losing both their lives, the relationship must survive. Lots of tension to keep you reading this one through in one sitting.
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
Imminent and constant danger, explosive moments of deadly action, and the sweetest, adorable romance that had me smiling lured me into the story, and held the interest all through the tale, could not put it down until I was done. The Lawmen: Bullets and Brawn have won me over. I enjoyed this second installment of the series immensely. The connection Cole Walker has with his brothers of heart, the men who he grew up with in the foster care system, is nothing short of amazing. The loyalty and support they have for each other is admirable, mixed with the banter and teasing, and they are closer than many brothers with blood-tights. Cole is a protector. He is an honest, solid man, with honorable character. He looks after those he cares about, he loves deeply, and he always aims to do his best. Impossible not to admire and love! Shaye Mallory is determined to stand on her own again. A shooting at the parking lot took her courage previously, but only temporarily. She is back, she is determined, a force to be reckoned with, and another incident is not going to put her into hiding again. Cole fell for Shaye with the first sight, two years ago. And the feelings were mutual. And it is really cute and all kinds of adorable that everyone around them is aware of their feelings, the gentle friendship that has formed between them. The attraction is palpable, yet they haven't taken the steps to make their friendship into something more. And now it might be too late. I liked that they had a good, solid foundation, friendship, to build the possible relationship on, making that much more authentic and believable. The suspense is intense, vivid, and fatal. The frustrating lack of clues, the impossible task to find the leads, the fear of losing the battle, losing Shaye, it is tangible in the air. There is a satisfying balance between action, investigation, and romance in the story. It is well written and has a smooth flow in it, alluring the mind, and charming the reader. I can't wait read the book three in the series, I am hooked! Highly recommended series! ~ Five Spoons
LynnB888 More than 1 year ago
4 1/2 STARS! Danger strikes when she least expects it! Yet again Shaye Mallory finds herself dodging for cover as someone comes out of the woodwork and starts shooting at her ... what happened to her quiet life?? With the second in this spin-off series, Elizabeth Heiter brings us Cole Walker's story. We met him in his brother Andre Diaz's book last month, and Shaye was instrumental in helping them save Juliette in that story as well. The characters mesh well and are all passionate about their work and protecting those they love. The fact that the brother's are always ready to jump when the other calls, even if it's for a stranger they haven't met means a lot. The background story that they brought up in the first book was mentioned in this one too, but fell to the way side a little too much. I'm looking forward to getting answers to that in the next book. As the sole survivor of a police station shoot-out last year, forensic analyst Shaye Mallory has had a lot to deal with. She's just getting back in the swing of things at work when she finds herself the target of a gunman yet again. She gladly accepts help and protection from her friend and co-worker Cole Walker. Cole has been attracted to Shaye ever since the day he met her two years ago, and the feeling is definitely mutual, but it's taking her being in danger yet again for them to get close to acting on that attraction! Will they push it away again, or day after day of being in close quarters finally have them relenting and admitting what they feel?