“Are you trying to kill me?” Red shouted at Ace as his friend came careening around the bend, burning rubber, a Cheshire cat grin on his face. Whoever had decided it was a good idea to give Anston Sharpe a driver’s license needed to rethink their life choices. The man was a menace behind the wheel, and years of defensive driving certainly didn’t help his proclivity for challenging the laws of physics while in a moving vehicle.
“Where’s your sense of adventure?” Ace laughed as his vehicle flew up a ramp and soared through the air.
“I left it back on that bridge you tried to drive me off of!” Red jerked his steering wheel and almost jumped out of his seat when Ace’s car landed mere inches away. “You almost fell on me, you jackass!”
Ace’s cackle was evil, and Red shook his head. He hit the accelerator, trying to outmaneuver Ace, who wasn’t the only one experienced in defensive driving. At least Lucky wasn’t here, or Red would be sharing the road with two overly competitive daredevils who reckoned themselves invincible. The cousins shared a knack for attracting trouble and approached high-risk situations like they were personal challenges. It drove their boss and best friend nuts. Red felt for King. They might all be equal owners of Four Kings…
Between the pages of "Be Still My Heart" you get the love story of a photographer and the bodyguard.
This story is the second in the Four Kings Security Book series. "Be Still My Heart" was just as good as "Love in Spades". We met Red and Laz in "Love in Spades" and rooted for them to get together. Now they get their own story. Oh my, it has the humor and adventure that "Love in Spades" had and…