He once picked the wrong woman… he won’t make that mistake again.
Reyes Drere came from a long line of gardeners. He’d known since he was little which way his life was going to go and it had nothing to do with planting seasons. When he joined Legendary Securities after eight years as a Navy SEAL he’d been avoiding going home and joining the family business.
The family business included an ex-fiancé he had no wish to see again. Her sister was a good friend but there was nothing more dead than a dead love – unless it was a dead ex-fiancé…
Raina is reeling from the shock of seeing the only man she’s ever loved showing up at work one day, his new boss in tow. Ice is all about plants on a grand scale, whereas Reyes appears to be all about denial.
Only the shocks continue as her twin and Reyes ex-fiancé show up dead… and he’s the one with a motive…
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This is book 17 in the Heroes For Hire series and it features Reyes and Raina. I couldn’t imagine having a mother like Annemarie or Melissa, or a sister like Reana. They are terrible women! Poor Raina. Her boss, her mother AND her sister! It’s a wonder she’s still sane. As horrible as Reana was to everyone, I felt sorry that she couldn’t really be herself for fear of judgment. Something like that really messes with your mind. That’s a sad way to live. I wish we would have seen the bada$$ Navy SEAL come out of Reyes but sadly all we saw was the introvert. The story line was good and so were the characters. The mystery and suspense were fantastic!
Reyes’s Raina (Choices and Second Chances)
Reyes, a member of Legendary Security (also known as Heroes for Hire) returns home with his boss Ice to his family's nursery to select plants for the compound. Within minutes of arriving at the nursery his past appears with a bang. Tragedy takes place in many forms. Both Reyes and Raina step up and protect, rediscovering the chemistry they saw only in glimpses during their younger days.
I found myself wanting to reach through the pages to slap some sense into the drama queens and to hug some very special people. A well written tale with wonderful characters. This is a standalone book but the series makes each book even better. Many of the characters have multiple appearances within the series.
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