Series: Saints and Protection #3
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Saints Protection & Investigations A private investigation business, pulling together men from the CIA, FBI, ATF, DEA, Border Patrol, SEALS, and police, devoted to the missions no one else wants or can solve.
A man who searches for facts: A former SEAL, Bart Taggart’s career with Saints Protection & Investigations fills his need to take on any mission, see it to the end, and then enjoy his down time with his friends and easy women. A man who searches for facts has no room in his life for deceivers. His world is turned upside down, when assigned to assist the FBI in searching for a kidnapped boy, he is paired with a dark-haired beauty, unlike any woman he has met. A woman who with the gift of sight: Faith Romani, a psychologist and artist, works for the local police occasionally, using her special gift of sight. Tired of hiding her gift if it can be used for good, she strives for acceptance in a world of doubters. Sparks fly when the two are forced to spend a week close together as they race toward the deadline given by the kidnappers. Will Bart be able to put aside his prejudice to accept that not all truths can be explained? Will Faith be able to understand her visions in time to save the child? Will the two of them be able to forge a partnership…or possibly more? Seeing Love is a riveting novel that will hold you to the dynamic end!
*****Due to mature scenes of a sexual nature and language some may consider crude, 18+ readers only!***** This is book s standalone, written in the Saints Series. Be warned - alpha men, strong women, suspenseful, and a sweet & steamy love story!
I have read most all of the books that Maryann Jordan has written and I had really enjoyed them. I was very surprised that I didn’t enjoy this one as much as I thought I would. This is book three in the series and the first one I have read in this series. Her books usually grab me from close to the beginning but this one did not. The male character just seemed so stuck on himself that I really couldn’t get into him, the female seemed so lonely and forlorn that once she finally got the characters together it was really anticlimactic. At one point he has her wear a necklace that has a tracer on it, at one point I was wondering if it even worked as it was not mentioned again, there was a point when she could have used it. I may have to read the other books in the series to see if I like this one better. I was gifted this book for a fair and honest review
REVIEW BY CONNIE OF DRC PROMOTIONS REVIEW TEAM