Guts & Glory: Hunter
(In the Shadows Security #3)
by Jeanne St. James
When what should be a simple assignment becomes a whole lot more…
For Hunter, what should be an easy job of finding another veteran’s long-lost brother has turned up nothing but dead ends. Even worse, it uncovered problems his team thought had long since been buried. Down to his last lead, he tracks down a woman who has his protective instincts kicking in for reasons he can’t fully understand. While her expressive dark eyes and generous curves catch his attention, it’s her fiery temper that holds it.
Back in her hometown, hiding from a man who almost destroyed her life, Frankie’s thrown off guard when a bossy bearded stranger shows up looking for information on the biker she’d rather forget. And he’s not taking no for an answer. With more to protect than herself now, she knows firsthand what can happen when you place your trust in the wrong person, but something about the former Green Beret has her not only letting him into her home but also her heart.
Hunter’s determined to complete his mission and keep Frankie safe—no matter the cost. Though he didn’t expect that cost to also involve his heart.
Note: Hunter is the third book of the Guts & Glory series, a six-book spin-off from my Dirty Angels MC series. While it’s recommended to read both series in order, each book can be read as a stand-alone. As with all my books, this has an HEA, no cliffhanger or cheating.
Hunter is the third book in the In the Shadows Security Series byy Jeanne St. James. Hunter is looking for a long lost brother of a friend. But he ends up finding somthing else instead. First, I suggest reading the Dirty Angels series before the In the Shadows Security series. Though the books are standalones, St. James continues to build into the Shadow Valley world and you see reoccurring characters.
Wanting something that might never happen can weigh down a person, destroy any appreciation for everything they did have, no matter how small or insignificant it seemed.
Hunter and Frankie ‘s story is far from a fairytale but their story was jammed pack full of the feels. The chismtry between the two was of the charts. I wanted know what was going to happen next therefore I was glued to this book.
“I’m sorry.” Regret colored his apology. “I’m sorry I can’t be who you want me to be. I told you before and I’ll tell you again, if it could be anyone, it would be you, Frankie.”
We had the whole team in this at one point and it was great reeading all the secondary characters. This makes a book so much better for me. I hghly recommend this book.
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