Preston Mitchell, undercover DEA agent, has led a life of danger and obscurity. Knowing his job would never allow a normal relationship, he’s never opened himself up to any woman...that is until the lovely Avery Middleton stumbles into his life.
To the outsider, Avery has it all...wealth, family, connections and a great job. But on the inside, she’s miserable. Her social life is in the dumpster, the kooky gal next door has some zany plans for her and her selfish mother drives Avery to the point of insanity. Her only salvation is to get out of Charleston and start a new life. So that’s precisely what she does. She moves to Seattle and steps right into the path of hot and sexy, Preston.
Unfortunately for both of them, Avery ends up being in the wrong place at the wrong time and is now running for her life. But she’s not alone. She has a gorgeous DEA agent protecting her and suddenly finds herself irresistibly captivated by him. There’s only one problem. Preston carries more than his share of mental baggage, courtesy of his job. His covert missions have put him in places and situations he can barely stand to think about. Avery rocks Preston’s world because she is nothing like anyone he’s ever met and something extraordinary begins to happen between them. But can their love survive in this world, where danger, intrigue and deception lurk on every corner?
Avery is not your typical "Lady Porn" girl, well at least she doesn't see herself that way. Avery is also pretty goofy actually which a refreshing change in pace. This book goes from Avery's POV to Preston's POV so when you read Preston's POV Avery is not as goofy as she makes herself out to be.
Preston has a lifetime of baggage that is sometimes hard to read. This book is full of Action, Drama, Sex & Romance. I couldn't help but also fall in love with Avery's best friend Melissa - She is something else that's all I'll say :). Lots of hot juicy sex. Fantastic Ending.
"For the first time in my life, I wanted to be a fork."
"I could love you with all my heart and soul."
"I told Preston he was my catnip."