And Mr. Plan Everything is seriously cramping Holly's fly-by-the-seat-of-her-sexy-pants style.
Kane takes his job seriously, and he knows from experience that working with Holly usually ends in disaster. Their conflicting approaches could destroy their cover-or worse, get them killed. But when they're forced to pose as an engaged couple, neither Holly nor Kane are prepared for the possibility of an unexpected attraction...or that they're now putting their lives and their hearts on the line.
Raised on sci-fi and fantasy, Sharron always planned to be an author of some sort. However, in college, the joy of writing was sucked out of her by a writing teacher. So, she turned to her next love-Science.
And for a while, archaeology was enough. It allowed her to travel, play in the dirt and uncover artifacts, which, as she says, is better than Christmas. Then she found romance novels. And suddenly, her world grew. And it wasn't long before she found herself writing again and archaeology, while exciting, paled in comparison to creating entire worlds.
Today, she lives in San Diego with her husband, three cats, and writes for Entangled Publishing. She has received an RT Top Pick, was nominated as a Best Continuity, and has been awarded numerous 4 star reviews for her romantic action-adventures.
Heroes for Hire: Big Risk. Big Reward. No Regrets.
When High Risk Securities (HRS) agent, Eva Torres, botches an undercover job by failing
to rescue both of the kidnap victims she was sent to retrieve, Quinn Blackwood—her former
lover and the man who broke her heart—pulls her and one of the victims out of harm's way.
As a penalty for her sins, she's offered the dull job of escorting a former bio-chemical warfare
scientist to Washington D.C. to reunite with his daughter. Much to her displeasure, the job of
monitoring her assignment is given to Quinn.
Quinn isn't thrilled with the situation either. He taught Eva everything he knew about secrets,
sex, and lies—but the biggest lie of all was the one he'd told himself: that his missions for
HRS were more important than anything, including his relationship with Eva. Because now
that they're working together again, the urge to put his hands on her, to feel her beneath him, is
Things only get worse when their current operation goes wrong, and the scientist they're
guarding is kidnapped mid-air. Now, Eva and Quinn have to work together to find him before he
is forced to create a monstrous weapon that could destroy entire cities. A hard task made more
difficult when they find themselves fighting both the enemy and their building desire for each
other. Can they work together for the sake of the mission without reigniting the passion between
them—or will passion be the salvation of them all?