Computer nerd or vigilante...
Master hacker Fate Haley has one objective on her mind - vengeance. A year after an unthinkable tragedy destroys her family, Fate has the two men responsible in her sights and a plan in place to ensure they won't slip through the CIA's fingers again. At the edge of insanity, Fate's prepared to risk it all until he slips in one dark night set on saving her.
He's the only one who can save her now...
Nash Bartley enjoys his new gig with the Contract Special Operations team. The constant travel and dangerous missions keep distance between him and any potential long-term relationship. He's done that before and swore he'll never do it again. Until the woman he's sent to rescue blindsides his heart, altering his outlook on love and the future.
Attraction sizzles the moment the two meet, and affection blooms during the long, humid nights in captivity. When the men hunting her zero in, Nash is forced to sacrifice a piece of himself to protect the woman he's grown to love. But will it be enough to save them both?
Contains mature themes.
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Finding a soulmate in captivity
FBI hacker, Fate, lost her sister to an African general via a sex trafficking ring and she plans to make him pay. Fate goes undercover and she finds herself held captive along with other women. A rescue mission goes sideways and Fate finds herself alone, except for the American mercenary, Nash, who had come back for her. As they wait for another rescue attempt, the pair become close. However, when the rescue comes, it’s not a clean one and Fate goes missing. 4 months later and Nash is recovering from injuries and believing that Fate’s dead. Until she shows up! Now Nash and his team must figure out the mole responsible for outing Fate, while keeping her safe. Loads of chemistry between Fate and Nash. Loved the ending!!
so emotional and great narration
this one was really tugging at my emotions from minute one..the way it's written in present and past creates a suspense that only makes it even better! the narrator's were great too. if you like romantic suspense this is a good book for you!