Hell or High Water
Working as an investigator for the Dallas Child Protection Services, Kay Taylor never thought she’d be kidnapped. Managing to escape, she alerts the authorities and an investigation is launched not only into her abduction but also the death of a young teenager whose case she’d been assigned to.
When Nate Wolfe learns that the woman he once loved is in danger, he assigns himself as her personal bodyguard without her knowledge. However, the closer they get to learning the truth as to the danger surrounding her, the more his feelings for her start to resurface and he will do almost anything to make sure she’d protected.
From the start, the plot of this book is a very emotional one because Kay seemed to be getting a little too personally involved in the case she was working on, which led to her being abducted. The young woman’s kidnapping is just one of many, so she could be sold to the highest bidder. The dialogue was great and I enjoyed how comfortable Kay was with the men that made up what she’d termed the Wolfe Pack as well as how perfectly she handled herself in her job as an investigator. No way was she going to let the death of the young teenager go without getting to the bottom as to why she was dead. The sex scenes were hot and illustrated how right for each other Kay and Nate were. I couldn’t understand why Nate kept fighting it.
What I liked so much about Kay was her tenacity because she believed what she was doing was right. No way did she believe that the young girl committed suicide and that instead someone killed her to silence her. So she didn’t reveal any information detrimental to the people running the Human Trafficking Ring that the teenager had been kidnapped for so she could be sold. While with Nate, I liked how protective he was of Kay and that he would do anything to keep her safe.
Overall, this was a great starter book to this series and I can’t wait to read what’s in store for the other men that make up the Wolfe Pack.