Book description from goodreads.com
Professional mercenary Dare Macintosh lives by one hard and fast rule: business should never be personal. If a cause appeals to him and the price is right, he’ll take the mission he’s offered. But then the lovely Molly Alexander asks him to help her track down the men who’d had her kidnapped—and for the first time, Dare’s tempted to combine work with pleasure.
Fiercely independent, Molly vows to trust no one until she’s uncovered the truth. Could the enemy be her powerful, estranged father? The ex-fiancé who still holds a grudge? Or the not-so-shy fan of her bestselling novels? As the danger heats up around them, the only anchor Molly has is Dare himself. But what she feels for him just might be the most frightening thing of all…
As I mentioned in my review of the other books in this series, the topic of human trafficking is a hard one for me. I don’t tend to read books about rape (although to be fair this book did not have a rape scene), but I was sucked in right away.
Again, hate the name of the main character. Dare Macintosh. Then he meets Molly Alexander (normal name). His assistant’s name is Chris. Ugh.
This book had a good mystery, surrounding Molly’s kidnapping and rescue, and the search for her adbuctors. I felt that the relationship between her and Dare develolped at a nice pace, and was believable. I also liked Chris’s reaction to her.
I like the dymanic of the group of guys (Dare, Trace). These are some major alpha-males, and they are all really good guys.
Obviously I love this series, since I’ve read them all. I would recommend for sure.