"…one of those books that you wish would
go on forever."
A new sexy romantic thriller from New York Times Bestseller DIANNA LOVE that takes readers on an intensely emotional ride when a Slye Temp black ops agent puts it all on the line when he falls for the wrong woman.
The only person who can save Ryder from going to prison is the woman who holds the evidence that proves he’s guilty, but when Bianca steps into the line of fire Ryder will protect her even at the risk of losing his freedom forever.
Slye Temp agent Ryder Van Dyke faces conviction for a murder he didn't commit. When his last hope disintegrates, the FBI offers a deal - a commuted sentence if Ryder helps them nail the person who is supplying terrorist with weapons… his father. FBI analyst Bianca Brady is after justice for her best friend and is willing to do whatever it takes to make the Van Dyke criminals pay, or so she thinks. The only way to insert an FBI agent inside the heavily guarded Van Dyke complex is as Ryder's legal wife. Ryder sees a chance to prove his innocence or use his Special Forces skills to disappear. But deadly secrets, an international security threat and a killer with a vendetta force Ryder to make the ultimate choice - give up his freedom or risk the life of the woman who's stolen his heart.
"Dianna Love pens an exhilarating romance woven with riveting characters and a plot that has more twists and turns than a roller coaster…one of those books that you wish would go on forever." ~~ Billie Jo, Romance Junkies
Predators inside the prison yard grew tense and quiet. They’d caught the scent of a weak prey—the overweight, middle-aged prison guard named Boyd. Sweat streamed down his face and his tobacco-brown skin had lost two shades.
Standing alone with arms crossed over his orange jumpsuit, Ryder Van Dyke kept an eye on Boyd and the other twenty Atlanta Federal Penitentiary inmates milling around during their hour of yard time.
The standard mix of killers, rapists and thieves.
Present company excluded.
Ryder had never harmed a woman. He had stolen and killed, but only to protect the innocent. Actions he’d taken to preserve national security while on black ops missions for the Army before he was honorably discharged.
Operations that had resulted in saving thousands of lives.
Had that weighed in his favor when someone framed him for murder?
Hell, no. In fact, being an elite marksman—a sniper—was one piece of the circumstantial evidence that had put him in here. But he had a two o’clock meeting this afternoon with his attorney that he hoped meant positive news.
Forty-three minutes from now.
He eyed the guard and the players in the yard.
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