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Categories Genre: Romance Tags Authors: Series: Whiskey Run Heroes Series by Hope Ford

Total pages in book: 23
Estimated words: 21280 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 106(@200wpm)___ 85(@250wpm)___ 71(@300wpm)

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She’s on my team. And I shouldn’t be having these feelings. But there’s no way I can resist her.
My ex-wife cheated on me and I swore off women ever since. Then Samantha came to work on my team.
She’s a distraction that I can’t let go. And instead of avoiding her, I ask to go on a mission with her.
She’s my fake wife and it makes me realize how good it could be between us. Now nothing will stop me from protecting her and what we have together.

***If you enjoy heart-pounding action and swoon-worthy protective former military heroes who will do anything for the women they love, you’ll devour the ALPHA Mercenary series, Whiskey Run: Heroes from Hope Ford.
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As I pull up to the gates of the Whiskey Run office, I have my badge out in my hand ready to show the guard. But he recognizes me, waves, and opens the gates for me to drive on in.

I pull into my parking spot and notice that everyone else is already here. Nash, Knox, Walker, Brooklyn—all their trucks and SUVs are here. Well, everyone except for Bear. I don’t see his truck, and I sort of kick myself for even looking for it. He was on a mission and probably got back late—heck, he may be taking the day off, for all I know.

I take a deep breath and start to think about my life in Whiskey Run. The whole team has been super nice, and this has really been a good change of pace for me. It's different than when I was stationed in Texas and was traveling nonstop and not knowing where or when I would be home again. When Walker approached me about this opportunity, I knew I had to take it. I'm 32 years old now, and more than anything, I want to settle down.

I look at myself in the rearview mirror and shake my head. Just thinking of settling down has my thoughts going to Bear, and that’s the last person that I should be thinking about. The last few days have been pretty relaxing with him out of town. He's the only one that I really can't make heads or tails of. He's a big guy. That would normally be intimidating to anyone. But just looking at him causes a flare in my belly, and it's not anything that I'm ready to examine yet. I mean, why am I attracted to the one man that hasn’t really been welcoming to me? It doesn’t make sense.

So these last few days without his grunts and growls I've been able to relax a little at my new home here, but I know that today he'll be back, and I have to prepare myself for it. I grab my purse and my tote bag out of the passenger seat, put them over my shoulder, and walk into the front door. Brooklyn, Walker’s assistant, is at her seat, and she waves me over. When I first met Brooklyn, things were weird between us but only because she thought Walker and I had a relationship or something, and that couldn’t be further from the truth. He's always just been a good guy that looked out for me, but that’s it. When he and Brooklyn got together, it thrilled me. It sort of sucked that she had to get kidnapped for Walker to come to his senses, but at least it all worked out in the end. Plus, seeing them together gives me hope for my future. I would give anything to have a man look at me the way Walker looks at her.

“What's up, girl?” Brooklyn asks with a smile on her face.

I just laugh. “I'm good. Is the meeting still on for this morning?”

Brooklyn nods her head. “And I believe they're all in there about to get started.”

“Okay, see you after,” I tell her before I pick up my stride and start to walk to my office at the back of the building. I set everything down and start digging in my tote for a notepad and pencil. With my head down, I don’t hear anyone come toward me until I hear a grunt, and damn, I squeeze my thighs together without even thinking about it. I’ve missed that grunt. I prepare myself before lifting my head.

I lift my head and come face to face with Bear. He's staring at me intensely, but there's still not a smile on his face. I try to hide my excitement of seeing him. I can't admit how much I had missed him and even worried about him while he'd been gone. Of course, I don't know why I would. If there's anyone that could handle a mission like the one he was on, it would be him. “Hey, Bear,” I say. He doesn't say anything back; his eyes just continue to search my face. For a second, I wonder if he’s missed me too, but that’s nonsense. I don’t even think he’s talked to me since I came to work here. Well, unless you count grunts. I get those all the time.

He just holds his hands out. And for the first time, I notice that he has a cup from Honeybee Coffee in one hand and then a brown bag from Sugar Glaze in his other hand. Without thinking about it, I reach for the cup and the bag and hold them up. “What is this?” I ask him.

He shrugs his shoulders. “I thought you would like those. I think they're your favorite.”