Dru Porter has a job to do and she isn’t going to let a man get in the way, especially not an irritating one—even if it’s the man she’s supposed to be guarding. For his part, Gray is shocked and not a little embarrass to have a girl as a bodyguard. Just because he’s received a few threatening letters doesn’t mean he can’t take care of himself. After all he’s a well-known professional football player, and Dru could never be anyone’s idea of a bodyguard.
With the thrill of mystery, a dash of suspense, a shot of action, and not a little romance this story makes for a great addition to one’s bookshelf. Actually it would be a great addition to a DVD collection as well—here’s hoping!
Becky Wade does a great job weaving a secondary, but related plot into her novel. The spiritual messages, zany characters, and snappy dialogue are the chocolate in the cake. This seems to be the last in her Porter Family series. After reading this one, I’m going to have to look into reading the others.
Thank you to NetGalley (https://s2.netgalley.com) and Bethany House Publishers for providing me with this novel to read and review.