Book Two of the Men of Honor Series
Aimee can identify a killer.
Dane can keep her safe.
But is he willing to face his past to do it?
When Aimee Jansenn stumbles upon a drug deal gone bad she comes face to face with a killer. As the only witness to a crime, she falls into a deadly situation and is in need of police protection.
Dane Scott has sworn off women. Until a fireball named Aimee enters his world. Telling himself they’re just friends, he vows to protect her. Can his heart follow suit or will she change his mind about love for good?
Get to Me by Lara Van Hulzen is the fabulous second installment in the Men of Honor Series.
Dane Scott is a cowboy at heart, but works as a detective in San Diego. Despite his southern gentlemanly manners, rugged good looks, and amazing Texan drawl, he's carrying deep wounds from the past. He'll admit he's broken - so much so that he's built a wall around his heart and hasn't allowed any woman to even begin to chip away at it.
Aimee Jansenn is a photographer and a sketch artist. While she is a bit of a free spirit and loves a good adventure - she knows her limits and won't intentionally do anything reckless or that might put herself or those she loves in harms way.
When Dane & Aimee meet - she does more than turn his head, she manages to begin to chip away at that wall he carefully erected around his heart. He can't stop thinking about her and when she not only witnesses a crime, but also ends up in the criminal's crosshairs, Dane finds he not only wants to, but needs to protect her.
I absolutely loved reading this book! It's full of little twists and turns; their relationship is like a West Coast Swing - he pulls her in, then pushes her away only to pull her back again. The frequent references to music whether it be The Doobie Brothers, Patsy Cline, or any of the other songs and artists mentioned only enhance that feeling of a dance.
Another win by Lara Van Hulzen - a perfect marriage of suspense, romance, and faith.
Honest Disclosure ~ I received an ebook copy in exchange for an honest review