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driving force

By Lynette Eason and Kate Angelo

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He’s the last client you want to protect…

Bodyguard/former Elite Guardians sniper CHRISTINA SHERMAN has protected uncooperative clients before, but this time, well, her client is bossy, stubborn, and occasionally eats off the floor. Yes, he is a highly trained military working dog, but certainly his skills could be put to better use, right?

Not according to former Special Forces Air Commando GRAY PARKER. He needs his help to protect the dog from him while he undergoes experimental surgery that could restore his ability to walk. He just needs someone to keep his canine companion safe. Above all, Gray wants to recover so he can track down a deranged scientist known as The Scavenger who unleashed a nerve agent that left Gray in a wheelchair.

When an attempt is made on Grey’s life, and the bodies begin to pile up, with evidence that the same toxin is responsible, Christina is suddenly tasked with keeping the dog and the soldier alive…and with them. , the secrets that could stop a terrorist attack. But this time, even Christina might be in over her head.

Dive into the exciting power-up of the Elite Guardians Collection.

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my review

The book begins with a scene like the one you imagine in a James Bond movie, full of action and danger. Special operations soldiers are deep in Siberia on a mission to prevent chemical weapons from being released in the United States. At the end of the scene there is a catastrophe, leaving the main male character in a wheelchair. Now, we find him preparing for an experimental surgery to help him walk again. His working dog, Boss, is always by his side. He’s trained to sniff out some of the world’s most dangerous chemical weapons, and someone wants to catch him.

This soldier’s name is Gray and he needs a bodyguard for Boss while he undergoes surgery and months of rehabilitation. Gray turns to a highly skilled private protection team and the only agent available is Christina. She is also a retired special ops soldier. After something terrible happens in the war, she decides to take another path with her abilities. Gray and Christina are repressing a lot of trauma, sadness, and even anger. Throughout the book, they face many periods of danger and use their experience in the military to protect themselves and Boss. But can these two remain professional and aloof as they work side by side to stop the evil scientist? Or will they keep getting closer?

Christina is a Christian who looks to God daily for help and direction, but Gray has shut down the spiritual part of her life. This action/adventure/inspirational/romance book really has a lot of exciting sections and will keep you guessing until the very end.

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