Though part of a series, this book completely stands alone and is a great story. The characters are fun and quirky. Elle and Archer have a past that they can’t seem to get past. As they work on this, there is humor mixed with seriousness with lots of interfering friends. I loved it. Even when I knew what was going to happen next, my interest was glued to the page and I couldn’t wait to see it unfold. And, there are plenty of hotties running around as Archer has a security agency. There is also undercover work, a few shootings and family to make things even more interesting. I really enjoyed this story and truly hope there are more books to come in this series. They are totally addicting.
Elle has a plan for her life and all of it is to ensure she never is in the position she was in when she met Archer at 16. Plus she has to make up for ruining his life and his career. Archer has been keeping track of Elle since the night they met and has wanted her ever since. Still, she had to grow up. Can he convince her to give him a chance?
There’s no such thing as a little in love . . .
Elle Wheaton’s priorities: friends, career, and kick-ass shoes. Then there’s the muscular wall of stubbornness that’s security expert Archer Hunt—who comes before everything else. No point in telling Mr. “Feels-Free Zone” that, though. Elle will just see other men until she gets over Archer . . . which should only take a lifetime . . .
There’s no such thing as a little in lust . . .
Archer’s wanted the best for Elle ever since he sacrificed his law-enforcement career to save her. Their chemistry could start the next San Francisco earthquake and he craves her 24/7, but Archer doesn’t want to be responsible for the damage. The alternative? Watch her go out with guys who aren’t him . . .
There is such a thing as . . .As far as Archer’s concerned, nobody is good enough for Elle. But when he sets out to prove it by sabotaging her dates, she gets mad—and things get hot as hell. Now Archer has a new mission: prove to Elle that her perfect man has been here all along . . .