No longer torn between the billionaire and the biker, Bee has claimed her man, branding his skin with her scent, his soul with her care. He’s her ideal choice, building passion within her she didn’t know existed, supporting her dreams, and willing to do anything for her.

But is she the ideal choice for him?

An early-morning surprise attack and the arrival of a beautiful, witty, and regrettably nice rival make Bee question her decision. Does she step aside, forgoing her forever to ensure her man’s survival, or does she risk his life and her heart on love?
Releases: March 17th

PG Excerpt #1
I limp toward Dawg. “Here.” I hand him the phone. “Next time you tattle on me, I’d appreciate it if you didn’t share every little detail.”
“He asked, miss.” Dawg doesn’t appear at all contrite.
“A distracted marine is a dead marine.” I quote Mack, one of Hawke’s men. “Whether Hawke asks or not, you’re not to call him with trivial concerns while he’s on an assignment. Got it?”
The older man maintains my gaze. “Got it.” He doesn’t look away, his lips silently moving as though he’s debating with himself.
I raise an eyebrow.
“He wants you to talk to Hawke, to tell him I’m ready to lead the high-profile assignments.” Ellen’s eyes glitter with excitement.
“That is Organization business,” Dawg barks. “He wouldn’t appreciate us discussing it.”
She shrugs.
Hawke knows she can lead the high-profile assignments, but I don’t relay this because Dawg’s right. My military man won’t appreciate them discussing Organization business, not with me, an outsider.
Plus I’m not certain he will ever delegate this responsibility. I won’t raise my new friend’s hopes.
“Do you really want to lead those assignments?” I gaze at her. How crazy is she? “They’re extremely dangerous.”
“They’re challenging, not extremely dangerous.” Ellen rolls her eyes. “The team is thorough. We reduce the risk of assignments to almost nothing.”
They reduce the risk of assignments to almostnothing. My lips flatten. There’s still a chance that Hawke could die, could leave me forever.
If Ellen was his girl, our relationship would end, but he might live.

Once a choice is made can you really go back? Bee has made her choice to followed her heart.  If only her brain allowed her to be happy. Thoughts of being abandoned still plague her but in a different way now. She thinks all is going well; she is making friends, earning others respect only to be shot down buy the one person she thought would understand.  Still broke, no job and  no place that is truly hers to live, Bee still can’t get ahold of the things she craves… Stability, Dependability, and Security in her future.
 We get to see more of Hawke and Nicolas as this new installation continues. As we near the end (only three more sections left) I find myself drawn to Nicolas more. Don’t get me wrong Hawke is still holding his own but I am seeing more of a vulnerability  and human side to the once cold billionaire. I hope to see more people from Cynthia Sax’s other books in the last three, billionaires do seem to be cold and calculated until they meet the women that hold their hearts. I see why Bee sought out Nicolas so determinedly.
So far we have seen many ups and downs in Bee Carter’s life, along with learning about her men. It will be sad and thrilling to see what happens to the triangle in the coming books. Cynthia still has the secret of “who is Friendly” to reveal and the conclusion that we are all waiting for… Keep reading with me to learn all the secrets and future happiness or heartache that might come.   
Author Bio
CYNTHIA SAX lives in a world filled with magic and romance. Although her heroes may not always say “I love you,” they will do anything for the women they adore. They live passionately. They play hard. They love the same women forever.

Cynthia has loved the same wonderful man forever. Her supportive hubby offers himself up to the joys and pains of research, while they travel the world together, meeting fascinating people and finding inspiration in exotic places such as Istanbul, Bali, and Chicago.

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