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Their family's historic bed-and-breakfast in Charleston, South Carolina, is a legacy the four very different Richardson sisters are determined to protect at all costs. But sudden passion is a seductive - and dangerous - complication....

For fashion boutique owner Yolanda Richardson, coming home is a matter of life and death. Witness to a brutal crime, her family's quiet B&B is her only refuge until she can testify against the perpetrator. But her reserved hired bodyguard, Charles Montgomery, is anything but safe. His icy cool-under-fire - and hidden intensity - is too explosive for Yolanda to resist....

Love always equals loss - Charles knows that hard equation all too well. Controlling his emotions keeps his clients from harm - and his heart safe. Yolanda's beauty and headstrong spirit have him wanting her in all kinds of ways. But for her own protection, he has to do his best to keep her at arm's length. Until unexpected danger and lethal misunderstandings put their survival - and any chance at a future together - on the knife-edge....

©2021 Cheris Hodges (P)2021 Recorded Books

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  • 07-10-21

Repetitive but a good slowburn

I stopped counting the number of times she said "No, I don't want to tell anybody". It drove me crazy. Yolanda annoyed me. Someone's trying to kill you but you need to touch some fabric, pick up cookies, and make fried green tomatoes?! Ugh. It was decent though. I chose to listen to this book during my commute because I could pay attention to traffic or zone out and still not miss anything. Decent story. Not bad, but not on my 'I'll listen to this again' either.