The Protective SEAL by Katie Knight

This is a gripping, suspenseful, romantic and thrilling story. While Jack was a SEAL, he went to Costa Rica and rescued Sam from her father's hired assassins. Sam needed rescuing because she had agreed to testify against her mafia boss father, who didn't appreciate that. Jack is tough, determined, caring and sweet. Sam is strong, brave, resilient and vulnerable. The night they met they ended up in bed, the next day she was in witness protection. 15 months later Jack finds her walking down a country road in his hometown, carrying a baby. Her father has been relentless in trying to kill her, Jack knows he needs to protect her until he can get her safely back under protection. It's bittersweet realizing that the baby is his, but that he can't be a part of her life. Neither Jack nor Sam ever got over the night the spent together, and they are even more drawn to each other now, but they know she has to disappear again. But first she has to survive in order to put her father in prison. It's a heartbreaking story with a happy ending.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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