Series: Mercenary Love #3
Genres: Contemporary, Gay
Published by Totally Bound
Reviewed by Lisa
Employed by Sinclair Alverston’s top notch security firm, Jonathan Stevens is patently aware of his good fortune. He is, however beginning to worry that his job is in jeopardy. Jonathans’ past in the military has left him with a severe case of PTSD which even a year later is still giving him horrific nightmares. It’s hard to be an effective bodyguard when he can’t stay alert because of lack of sleep.
With a great deal of hard work, late nights, and a constant dyslectic battle businessman Kai Stromwell is proud of the investment company he owns. At the expense of a fulfilling personal life Kai is at the top of his game.
Running late for a meeting at the office Jonathan witnesses a hit and run accident while saving a stranger from a crazy driver. Kai is grateful and he’s interested in seeing his savior again, for dinner. Later, when bullets fly into Kai’s office it’s apparent someone is seriously after him and Jonathan is just the man for the job. After the threat is neutralized maybe they can have that dinner and better yet, dessert.
Intense drama throughout, Teasing Jonathan never takes a breath. Suffering from PTSD, Jonathan struggles daily and finds romance with an overworked, lonely businessman. False leads keep the reader from guessing the guilty as the suspense builds. Teasing Jonathan shines as a clever cat and mouse mystery.