Silas Drake doesn't do commitments. Or second dates. Or guilt.
Yeah, he used to be an assassin. He used to kill people. And yeah, he breaks girls' hearts on a routine basis. He's an asshole. So what?
When Rolf, a dangerous man from his past, arrives in Morgantown, Silas is itching to go after him. The only problem is that he's the best man in his friends' Griffin's and Leigh's wedding, which is a time-consuming distraction.
Things get more complicated when Silas finds out that the random girl he took home the night before is actually Griffin's little sister, Christa. For some reason, Griffin isn't keen on Silas' getting involved with her.
When Rolf captures both Silas and Christa, he uses them in deadly game of cat and mouse, hunting them down for his own entertainment. They're in the woods, on the run. Rolf has a gun, and he's chasing them.
Silas has to do everything in his power to protect Christa.
But trying to keep her safe might be easier for him than facing the fact that he's developing feelings for her.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Intense, love story. I loved it and can't wait to start on book 4
I really enjoy this series. The only thing that really is upsetting is that I paid 3.99 for a book that only has 217 pages. The characters were really involved in this book also. A lot of adventure and suspense very good and hard to put down.
I felt this book had many different elements from different books that I have loved reading over the past couple of years. It had the kind of romance between the main characters that I have come to know and love from V.J. Chambers with a twist since Silas is different from her other main characters. It had the violence and action that you would also come to expect from a Chambers novel. It kept you guessing all the way till the end. I also have to say that I enjoy how Chambers is bringing in a more "adult" feeling to the her books lately especially when it comes to the intimate relationship that is being developed between the main characters. Overall, this was a great read and I would recommend it to everyone.