Daron and Boone work together as bodyguards, and Daron spends more time at Boone's ranch than his own, and he is still plagued by nightmares from his time in the military. One night he drives by Emma Shawl's place and notices something very wrong.
When Emma's brother-in-law shows up looking for money to pay for his drug addiction, even though when her husband died everything went to his brother and not to her, but Pete thinks that she is holding out on him. Emma is determined to take care of her family on her own, without Daron's interference.
Will Emma and Daron find that they are just what the other needs?
I like Daron and how he wants to help Emma, and he admires Emma for her strength and determination to raise her daughter without being a burden to others. He loves Jamie, Emma's daughter and he wants to help as much as he can with her upcoming surgery.
Emma is a hardworking mother, who also helps her granddad who is alot like her, in that he doesn't like depending on others and wants to do everything for himself. I admired her mettle, faith, and determination.
Overall a great book with a lot going on, with great humor, Boone is especially apt at pushing Daron's buttons. It has great characters and dialog, and I liked how Daron's goals change over the course of the book.
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