Publication Date: September 20, 2016
Page Count: 261
Published by: ZoYo Press
Source: purchased via Amazon
Synopsis from Goodreads:
A person hired to escort and protect another person. Escort and protect. Definitely no flirting, kissing, or testing the bounds of third base.
Dean Foster has nearly two decades experience being calm, cool, and collected. His first gig in his new private security contractor role should be more of the same, but Nashville superstar Liana Hansen blows all that out of the water in one breathy hello.
Liana isn’t sure how she feels about the straight-laced cop shadowing her everywhere she goes, but there’s no denying the chemistry between them. Too bad he insists on keeping his clothes on. And then there’s the pesky matter of feelings. Neither of them likes those.
With only a dozen stops left on the tour, one of them is going to have to bend. Or the other is going to wind up breaking something.
I really enjoyed reading Love on the Run, the 5th book in the Pine Harbour Series. Dean and Liana were so likable that I couldn't help but root for them to have a HEA. Dean proved how wonderful he was by helping Liana through her problems. She was able learn how to take control not just of her emotions, but her life as well. The big lug was overprotective, and he had a soft spot for Liana, and I loved seeing his sensitive side when she was around.
Overall, this was a delightful book and a quick read. I actually recommend reading the entire Pine Harbour series so you can get to know all of these amazing guys! (Sean's story is up next in this series, and I absolutely cannot wait to read it after having been teased in the epilogue of Love on the Run.)
My Rating: 4 Stars