Protecting Everleigh

Protecting Everleigh

Enjoy this steamy small-town protector romance by USA Today bestselling author PJ Fiala.

He was raised to be a GHOST operative.
She's a skilled negotiator who's honed her skills in the Army.
Together they play a game of push and pull - until she finds herself in need of his protection.

When the job can only be handled by the team that doesn’t exist, you call GHOST.

Henry Delany inherited his father’s muscular frame and his mother’s penchant for the law. Working for GHOST gives him the outlet he needs to do what he loves while protecting the lives of others. Agreeing to work with a government liaison to broker a peace deal has him both determined and excited to bring peace and tranquility to Glen Hollow, a small-town he’s grown to love.

Everleigh Hayes is eager to put her negotiation skills to use. She’s been out of the field since she was shot by an unpredictable enemy. Glen Hollow, Kentucky is a small town in need of a truce between with a faction of people living in the Hills, and gives Everleigh the opportunity she's been hoping for to return to the field. This assignment seems like a great way to get back in the saddle, as her grandfather used to say.

Henry knows Everleigh is taking the threats of the Hilly’s less seriously than she should be, and he’s worried he’ll have his hands full if she goes marching in like this is a cake walk. But the fearless woman is undeterred by all his repeated warnings. His hardest mission to date just may be Protecting Everleigh.

Protecting Everleigh is the fourth novel in the GHOST Legacy Romantic Suspense Series, although all books in the GHOST Legacy world can be read as stand-alones. A steamy romantic story with a guaranteed happily ever after, it does have some strong language and exciting sexy times. Enjoy Henry and Everleigh!

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