Illegal Contactby Published 14 Sep 2017
Flagler Security agent Jamison Krews would never default on a promise. So when Mel Carter, her long-time friend and training officer, asks her to protect her little sister, Jamison will honor the request. No matter the cost.
At twenty-six years old, Shea Carter is older than her teammates and she has more important things to focus on than the threat to her life. Leading the Tallahassee Tigers to the National Championship will take all of her energy and attention. Unfortunately, Shea has drawn unwanted attention as quarterback and not everyone wants her and the Tigers to succeed.
Will Jamison be able to convince Shea that she’s more than a babysitter and gain her cooperation—and her heart, before it’s too late?
Editor: Katherine V. Forrest
Cover Designer: Judith Fellows
"Illegal Contact" Reviews
Jamison works for a private security firm and is asked by her former trainer to provide security to her sister, Shea, the quarterback for the local university's football team. As the first woman to play college football, and the star of a winning team, Shea has been targeted by someone who is out to harm her. The plot of the book is about Jamison's determination to protect Shea and to get to the bottom of the mysterious attacks while managing the mutual and growing attraction between her and Shea.
While the unfolding mystery engaged me as a reader, I thought the ultimate unfolding of the plot was somewhat flat. The romance piece was okay but not highly memorable.
Very enjoyable read!
I'm enjoying the Flagler Security series and hope there will be more books from these characters. The suspenseful aspect of the plot was very well developed. Jamison and Shea's chemistry was spot on. Mel treating Shea as her baby sister even though she's 26 was cute for a little bit then it got annoying. Overall, the book was well done!!!
Any time you have a female play a male game it makes for a “far fetched” book. Add in mystery and romance in a short period of time and unbelievable comes to mind. However, having said that it was an enjoyable and quick read.
Very nice book, the story is so beautifully written with a different topic with a nice twist. Lovely characters with realistic dialogues. So lovely.