As a favor for a friend, photojournalist Zoe Kantor agrees to do a photoshoot for a sexy calendar to raise money for retired K-9 animals. A favor she's happy to do, especially when she can’t take her eyes off one of the police officers participating. But when she's targeted by a deadly assassin who wants her dead, Zoe finds that her gorgeous cop is the only one who can help.
Eric Lawson is a man with a lot to prove, so when he and his K-9 partner are assigned to protect the pretty photographer, he's determined to keep things professional. He just didn't count on sparks flying.
In very quick order, Georgia is in a bad situation that keeps getting worse. The author pumps up the suspense that keeps the readers attention. D.D. Ayres injects a certain level of sweetness into the story. It is not an all-out sprint with the two characters burning the sheets, but rather a level of restraint that I find appealing.
IN A NUTSHELL: