Sebastian is a mystery romance and the fifth book in the series, For The Love Of A Good Woman. Sebastian is a standalone, but the characters from the series appear throughout all the books.
A large, metal crash sounded behind me and my gaze swiveled to the fence where Maggie had just crashed through the gate. The SUV swerved wildly in front of me, acting as a barrier for the incoming bullets.
“Get in!” Maggie yelled from the drivers side. I pulled the back door open and climbed in, slamming the door moments after Maggie spun the tires, kicking up gravel and dust in our wake. The bullets pinged off the SUV as she drove through the gate and headed towards the highway.
Stubborn. Bull-headed. Sexy as hell. That was Maggie. The woman that I was currently protecting. As owner of Reed Security, I didn’t really go into the field that often, but I was coerced into playing bodyguard for the trouble making reporter. She didn’t listen to a damn thing I said and was constantly putting herself in danger. This story she was investigating was going to get her killed if she didn’t learn to listen. More troubling than that was the fact that I was seriously attracted to her and was having a hard time keeping my hands off her. She was a distraction that I really needed to avoid if I wanted to keep us both alive.
Tall. Rugged. Lethal. Words that didn’t even begin to describe Sebastian, the man that was supposed to be protecting me. I found that I liked to push his buttons and get a reaction out of him. It kept things exciting. He also wasn’t bad at keeping me alive, which was a bonus when every other minute someone was trying to kill me. Now if only I could get him to stop resisting me. I seriously needed a way to let off some steam and he was the perfect distraction. Still, I had to stay focused and get to the bottom of this story before I ended up at the bottom of the river wearing a pair of cement shoes.