⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
He’s a man that is used to going into the deepest and darkest recesses of life to rescue people or take down the bad guys, but when he has to rescue his best friend’s younger sister, a woman that he’s had a past with, his life will be changed. The pain and torture she went through will stay with him forever. Dean is prepared to stay by her side and help her through this, but she’s got other ideas.
She had one special night with the man that she’s loved for long time, but she wasn’t a woman to sit around and wait for him to return from a job and worry about whether he would return or not, so she left him a note and moved on with her life. However, the new job she took was not what she had expected it to be, and she found herself in a bad place and needed to be rescued. Of course, the one man that has always loved would be the man to find her and rescue her. Too bad that she feels that she can’t stay with him because she doesn’t want to bring danger to his doorstep, and she needs to be alone to heal before she can settle down.
This is a great start to a new series. Dean Quinn is a man that has had his fill of red tape and rescues of people that have been tortured and broken down. When he finally decides to move on from Jules, he gets an unexpected visit from a surprise guest and everything that he has been fighting to put behind him resurfaces. The man he hunted for almost five years resurfaces and is finally getting what he deserves, but he’s powerful and rich, so he can pretty much gain his freedom when he wants, which will put too many people in danger. Dean and two of his military buddies are ready to start their own company to rescue those that the government deems not worthy of their time and help out those that cannot afford to hire a company to help them out. The Mountain Men Mercenaries are born and I can’t wait for more stories with these guys. As usual with K.L. Ramsey, I love the characters and the storyline of this book. The characters always leave me wanting more of their story. I give this story a 5-star review.