Elizabeth Pearson was on a mission.
She was determined to uncover the criminal mastermind behind
the drug smuggling ring who was providing narcotics to the
front lines soldiers in Afghanistan. Because of this evil
person’s doings, her beloved sister was viciously attacked
by a young, over-frazzled, drugged out private. All of
Elizabeth’s hard work was beginning to pay off after she
managed to track the drug shipment to a Marines weapon depot
run by Major Erik Young.
Major Erik Young wasn’t sure what
enraged him the most – that Lieutenant Commander
Intelligence Officer, Elizabeth Person, was conducting a
secret investigation without his supposed knowledge, or the
fact that someone had the audacity to use his weapons depot
for their drug trafficking. And, it didn’t help matters
that he was strongly, sexually attracted to Elizabeth’s
alluring charisma. Has this hardcore Marine finally been
brought down to his knees by a single woman?
One Good Man
was an excellent read. For such a short story, Ms. Azod did
a fantastic job of building a strong connection between Erik
and Elizabeth. From start to finish, I was completely
caught up in the mesh of this couple’s foreplay. Erik was a
bona fide alpha down to his core, and it took a very
special, highly intelligent woman like Elizabeth to tame his
forcefulness. Elizabeth was an intriguing combination of
determination and apprehensive. She was totally in
charge—unless Erik was near, then she became nervously
anxious with strong sexual desires. The passion depicted
between the couple was intense and hot enough to melt
butter. Readers, you can’t go wrong with One Good Man.