Charlotte Courtís father Philip is dying a slow death from
cancer. Not slow enough for Robert Haine, though.
Haine wants the eight billion dollars that taking
over Court Industries will bring him after Philipís death.
Charlotte will have to die, too, in order for him to get his
hands on it, though. Haine is working on that little problem
Charlotte is running for her life. Haine has framed
her for her fatherís murder. She has nowhere to go, sheís
running out money, and sheís wounded.
Lieutenant Matthew Sanders is lucky to be alive. After being
badly wounded on a mission in Afghanistan, he struggled back
from the brink of death. Once healed enough to leave the VA
hospital, he heads to Mexico to stay with his friend where
he begins the hard and long road to recovery. Itís there
that Matt meets his guardian angel. They have never spoken.
He doesnít even know her name yet, but for months, his angel
has cheered him on. Her silent encouragement works, bringing
Matt back to life. Then itís his turn to save her.
Matt knows Charlotte is hiding something from him. If
he can convince her to trust him and tell him whatís
happened before trouble finds her, he might be able to save
her life again.
is perfect! Itís page after page of suspense and excitement.
Matt is magnificent and Charlotte is beautiful --
inside and out. I was riveted to the villainís every move
and I fell in love with the picturesque beauty of Mexico.
Elizabeth Jennings is one of my favorite authors. I know Iím
going to love her books even before I read the first page.
everything I hoped it would be and more. Itís deeply
sensual, romantic, suspenseful, full of action, and a little
dark, too. Itís