OMG what is NOT to love about another Ward Security Book by Jocelynn Drake and Rinda Elliott.
To say that I absolutely adore the world that they have created would be an understatement. Every single book is well thought out, well researched, has an amazing plot that sucks you in and lots of explosions. There are always explosions in a Drake and Elliot book. They like to make things go boom. Although... nothing went boom 'on screen' in this book. It was a bit of surprise, that.
Daniel Hendricks, Ward Security's mild-mannered, fish-out-of-water accountant has finally drummed up the hutzpah to take a vacation outside of the continental USA. That's how boring he is, going to Bermuda is a BIG adventure for him. Sun, sand, margaritas and - woah - a super hot guy to have a vacation fling with. Who knows, maybe this stepping out of his comfort zone will be good for him.
Edward Raines is a CIA agent sent to Bermuda to hunt down and kill a traitor before he can sell national top security secrets to the highest bidder. By any means necessary. So why does his target not seem like a cold blooded secret seller? In fact Daniel is hot, sweet, and the physical connection they have is off the charts!
But Daniel is not a traitor, he's an accountant from Cincinnati, and the case of mistaken identity has put him directly in the cross hairs of some very very bad people while the powers that be in the CIA is intent on using him to flush the traitors out, whether he wants to or not. Thrust into a James Bond like world of exotic locations, car chases, shoot outs and espionage, Daniel has to reconcile the man he thought he was having a vacation romance with to the person that Edward really is. He can either accept the incendiary attraction between them, thereby forgiving Edward of his duplicity, or not trust the man trying to keep him alive and get him back home to Ward Security. Tough choice.
And if he does give in to his feelings for Edward, what happens when their 'mission' is over and Daniel goes back to crunching numbers while Edward disappears into the shadows once more?
**this book was provided by the authors for an unbiased review**