Colorado Wild
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Colorado Wild by Samuel York

12/29/2021

Leia Stone is in over her head and the help of a talented fixer with a dangerous past is her only chance of survival.

Her new accounting job has become a nightmare, her boss's biggest clients are New York's most brutal criminals. Her half-baked plan to turn evidence over to the FBI backfires. And Leia is being hunted for what she knows. Desperate she turns to a former customer with a plea for help.

Eric Robb is a man of many interesting talents.

He's a professional fixer whose clients pay him handsomely to make their problems disappear. But now he's got a problem of his own—protecting an idealistic beauty he's never been able to get out of his head.

His past and her present collide when a lethal hitman with his own agenda joins the hunt. They need information and follow the trail of evidence to the southern city of Savannah. Attraction growing and danger stalking them they arrive in the city for a St. Patrick's Day they'll never forget.

Eric is only one man, and his skills may not be enough to keep Leia alive. Forcing the FBI to act might save her life but he could lose her forever once she becomes their star witness.

Savannah Run is the first book in The Protecting Love Series. Expect tangled sheets, daring rescues, and a happy ever after ending. An opposites attract, action packed romance with a protective hero and a sweet heroine who are forced to flee cross country from a hired killer.

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