Ricochet by Cherry Adair

Ricochet

byCherry Adair

Kobo ebook | November 12, 2013

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Hannah Endicott's only purpose for traveling half a world away to Ecuador is to retrieve what her feckless best friend appropriated to invest in yet another bad business venture.  Unwillingly drawn into meeting his new associates, she overhears a nefarious plot and instantly goes from irritated to terrified.

The right person, in the wrong place, at the worst possible time. . . .

When T-FLAC operative Grayson Burke and his team storm the yacht, the last person he expects to find is the woman he stood up at the altar three years ago. Now she’s in his deadly world…

On the horns of a life and death dilemma

When his brother and the diamonds disappear, Hannah suddenly becomes Gray’s only hope of locating his quarry and retrieving the stolen money. Low on her stock of insulin injections, Hannah’s inability to remain with Gray is rapidly advancing to a critical end.  Now his entire world turns into a time bomb ticking away the minutes.  Gray must choose between his brother, his mission, and the woman he loves. 

Title:RicochetFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 12, 2013Publisher:Adair DigitalLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:193961581X

ISBN - 13:9781939615817

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ricochet by Cherry Adair Ricochet by Cherry Adair T-Flac operative Grayson Burke is on a mission and unbelievably finds his lost love on board the yacht. Hannah Endicott has always loved Grayson, but thinking him one of the bad guys, chose an alternate path. Now he's saved her life and knows he's really one of the good guys. Maybe she needs to rethink her options. Wow, sparks fly on this quick paced T-Flac short story. It's like being dropped into the middle of a wild storm. Instant attraction, heart pounding stress, and deep history of emotion that is soon front and center. I especially like strong, self confident women and Hannah fits that description. Even when things aren't going especially well. "She was pretty sure she could open her own damned drink but right now she couldn't quite figure out how."
Date published: 2013-11-18