One stubborn military man. Plus one feisty Army chick. Equals an explosion of power, passion, and crime.
Retired and embittered military officer, Levi Jacobson is content running a small-town security business without anyone's help. After all, he can't trust anyone--especially women. But when the town suffers a slew of robberies, Levi hires out-of-town help that changes everything.
The last thing Sage Reynolds wants is to move to a tiny town to solve a series of burglaries. But with her bills piling up, she takes what she can get. Meeting her sexy, yet chauvinistic, new boss infuriates and ignites her. She refuses to be patronized by a cranky man. And Levi's determined to keep her at arm's length. But as the mysteries unfold, so does their resolve. Can they uncover the thieves before their hearts get stolen too?
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More than hearts are on the line…
After serving fifteen years in the Army, Sage Reynolds is used to being rootless and spending her life on the road. When she drifted into Sapphire Falls she’s so deep in debt she has no choice but to take a job with an up and coming private security firm–even though the first time she meets her handsome boss she discovers he’s a chauvinistic caveman.
Desperate for help, Levi hired Sage sight unseen under the assumption she was a man. Boy was he wrong. Unfortunately, he needs an experienced security expert to help stem the rash of burglaries in town, not a gorgeous woman who distracts him to no end and upends his carefully ordered life.
Now they’re forced to learn to trust each other and time is of the essence as the town’s people are becoming restless and the burglaries seem to have no end.
Don’t miss the first story in the exciting Bluegrass Security series. PJ Fiala will keep you turning pages into the night!
“This book was originally released in the Chandler County series as Missing the Spark. To better reflect the genre, the cover and series title have changed, but the content remains the same.”