One year ago, David Church kissed a beautiful, brilliant woman on an airfield in Iraq-and hasn't stopped thinking about her ever since. Now, the military veteran gets a chance to rekindle that fire when he sees his lost love again-looking sexier than ever-at an international conference in Athens. David yearns to take her in his arms, to hold her close and never let go. But when the bullets begin to fly, it's not just his heart on the line. It's his life.
When Molly Solent agreed to deliver intelligence for the U.S. government, she didn't realize she'd be caught in the crossfire of a surprise ambush-and underneath the hard-muscled body of David Church. Shielding her from harm and swearing to protect her, the elite bodyguard reignites a searing passion that Molly can't resist. But with unforeseen danger around every corner-and unquenchable desire in every embrace-falling in love could be the greatest risk of all . . .
Blowback is book #4 in the Alpha Ops series by Emmy Curtis. Although part of a series, Blowback can be read as a stand-alone....but I recommend reading the entire series. David has been thinking about Molly since he kissed her 1 year ago, he cannot get that kiss and Molly off of his mind. He has been through a lot in that one year and now that his life has turned around he has the chance to "run into her" while working in Greece. Molly has settled down into a quiet life since her last meeting with David, but a simple request from an Intelligence operator and a chance meeting with the guy who knows how to really kiss a girl, puts her life in a tailspin. Intrigue, covert ops, a super sexy story with lots of twists & turns! If you enjoy reading fast-paced, edge of your seat, super sexy stories...then you need to check out Blowback and the entire Alpha Ops series.
You can read my reviews of the other Alpha Ops books in the series here:
Emmy Curtis is an editor and a romance writer. An ex-pat Brit, she quells her homesickness with Cadbury Flakes, and Fray Bentos pies. Her life is chock full of hoot, just a little bit of nanny. And if you get that reference, well, she already considers you kin.