I received this book as an ARC for an honest review.
In this book we meet Luther Frost and get more information on Maggie Gallager. In this book we find that Maggie the computer genius is about to take a hard fall. Maggie is all about extreme risk sports mainly risk but when she goes to enlist Luther's help to bring down Adrian Rossi she isn't sure this is one risk she might not be ready for. As we have seen in previous books they have mainly had Maggie behind the computer she does see action but most of her work has been behind the screen of a computer. In this book Maggie finds out the limitations she has on the island that Rossi is holding the woman on. She also finds out there is only one way on and off the island and that is on Luther Frost's boat. Now she needs to get him to help them. Little did she know not only does she need to convince the guy to help her she also need to get him to accept her as his mate.
Luther is running from something and he isn't sure what to make of this little sprite that has come to his boat. He first wonders if Adrian Rossi is testing him. Then he wonders if there is something wrong with him because when the sprite is near by he feels things he never has before and isn't sure what to make of it. The more Luther learns though the more he understands life as he knew if is over and everything is about to change for him, and there is a part of him that doesn't mind that a bit. The thing is can he not only accept what this little woman is saying but also accept that she is his new future?
This book is another action packed book that will have you hooked from the first word to the last. We again have two mates that are fighting not only the evil out there but their attraction as well. They know that they will have to work together to ensure the safety of the woman on that island and when Luther learns what is really going on there his past doesn't seem to mater all that much. This is also another love story that will have you looking for your own true mate, it also shows that are past don't define us but what we are going to do about the future does. I would highly recommend this story, but I do warn you it can be read as a stand alone but really needs to be read in order to understand all of the characters and what they are doing now.