Even if Ross and Kyle make it out of this alive, will the secrets in Kyle’s heart stay safe?
Kyle gets caught up in a case that is entirely unrelated to Bodyguards Inc. Not only does he abruptly need time off, but he has to have absolute trust and complete support from Ross without being able to tell Ross a thing.
CIA Agent Stefan Mortimer needs Kyle’s help with a case of a geneticist and a missing formula. Trouble is being led right to Kyle’s door, endangering the life of the team he has built and the man that he loves.
Going undercover, with Ross as his fiance, is the worst kind of torture in so many ways, but it is the only answer. Kyle and Ross may well live through this but Kyle is convinced his heart won’t survive.
Finally the boss and the PA get a story. And a great secondary cast to boot.
We’ve known since book one that these two are chemistry, not ever realizing why they never acted. Now we know. We also know that chemistry is explosive. The dance these two do, mainly Kyle, Ross is ready to put his cap in the ring. And that dynamic sets the tone for the book, but once these two realize, wow. They are on a mission and that is of course what brings us to this hotel, but I felt it was really secondary to Kyle and Ross finding each other.
Until Kyle worse fear is realized, then all bets are off. And we did get our HFN ending.