Marriage of convenience? More like marriage of inconvenience. Especially when it turns deadly.
Ellery Cross did what she had to do to save her family from ruin. She married a man she wasn’t in love with. Worse, she married a man she knew nothing about.
But Ellery eventually learns all she needs to know about her husband. And sticking around is not an option.
As part of the Harper Security Ops self-defense and tactical training unit, Kane Ramsey spends his days teaching people how to fight back. He promises to teach Ellery the same, even if he’s the one that wants to protect her.
In a perfect world, Ellery and Kane would live happily ever after.
But she won’t be distracted by dreams of a better tomorrow. Ellery has enough to worry about right now. And getting involved with Kane would not only be foolish, it could also be deadly for both of them.
In order to protect those she loved Ellery finds herself trapped in marriage to a dangerous man. She knows she needs to escape but she also knows she needs to be careful as one wrong step could have dire consequences. When she is finally able to flee she creates a new life for herself and knows that the threat is far from over so she approaches Harper Security and Kane to learn the necessary skills.
When Kane meets Ellery he is drawn to her but he also knows that there is a lot she isn’t sharing. He wants to help her gain the experience and skills she needs but with the feelings he has for her he isn’t about to let her face the situation alone.
Ellery is stronger and more resilient than even she knows while Kane gives her the strength and support to become the woman she is destined to be. A perfect mix of romance and suspense as these two captivating characters fight for the future they both deserve.
A.K. Evans is a contemporary romance author of over forty published novels. While she enjoys writing a good romantic suspense novel, Andrea’s favorite books to write have been her extreme sports romances. That might have something to do with the fact that she, along with her husband and two sons, can’t get enough of extreme sports.
Before becoming a writer, Andrea did a brief stint in the insurance and financial services industry and managed her husband’s performance automotive business. That love of extreme sports? She used to drive race cars!
When Andrea isn’t writing, she can be found homeschooling her two sons, doing yoga, snowboarding, reading, or traveling with her family. She and her husband are currently taking road trips throughout the country to visit all 50 states with their boys.