Brady neutralizes dangerous threats for a protection company. Claire is the indispensable tech partner who keeps him safe...until he decides that's the last thing he wants. Claire Hughes is a tech genius with a resume that includes a stint at the CIA. She's funny and beautiful, but inexperienced with men, and that's something that needs to change. So, she decides to find a partner the logical way and creates an online dating profile, setting herself up on an entire week of questionnaire-approved dates. It's the perfect algorithm to lead her to her prince charming. Until, former FBI agent Brady Landry takes one look at her all dressed up for a night out, and is hooked. He starts think about her as more than the girl genius who keeps him and his team mates safe. She's all woman, and he wants her as his own. When he learns about her plan to let a computer choose a man for her, he knows he has to throw a monkey wrench in this system. Her ideas about compatibility make no sense, because chemistry is what couples need, not matching ones and zeros. All he has to do is convince her. Things heat up when Claire begs Brady to rescue her from a disastrous computer-generated date. Things start to simmer when they spend more time together. Things boil over when Brady convinces Claire to take a chance on chemistry. Just when their happy-ever-after seems within reach, Claire's life is threatened, and Brady must use all his experience with fierceness and firearms to save her. The ordeal preys on both their fears. Will this system go down forever, or can they hack their way back into each other's hearts?
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 127 x 203 x 12mm | 227g
- 22 Jun 2017
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Lea Hart
Lea Hart I live in Southern California and write stories about sassy, smart women and the alpha men who fall for them. When I'm not writing, I take care of my daughters and try to take long walks. I believe in the power of a big glass of wine, the right pair of shoes, and a big dose of sarcasm.