my father’s prison guard footsteps.
forcing each of us to find a way to cope.
truth in the name of journalism and finding her way deep under my skin. I’m
determined to do whatever it takes to find my sister, but when the case is
blown wide open by the sexy reporter, I’m left with the ultimate question . . .
can I trust her?
family saga series. Each story is 100% male first-person point-of-view, and
while each full-length novel is guaranteed to have a complete HEA romance,
their family mystery remains unsolved until the end of the series.
content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18. Also,
please note the title. The hero is, in fact, an executioner on death row. While
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There was a reason we never divulged who was on the team. The stigma and
attacks on our humanity would come from all angles, and in the end, it would
change nothing. I am an executioner. It’s a job. Someone has to step up and do
it. I was simply one of the few who were willing to swallow the emotional
baggage that comes with putting another human being to death. I’m willing
because maybe, just maybe, I’ll finally be able to bury the beast in me that
snarls and snaps, thrashes and rages, thirsty for vengeance against the unknown
monster that took my sister away.
talk about that, Genevieve. I’m sorry.”
someone were a part of the execution team at the prison, would they take part
in every execution?”
Most likely. The warden has assembled a team he trusts and that rarely
those people feel? About killing another human being?” Her gaze was direct and
think they don’t think about it like that.”
suit. Eventually, the cloud that filled the room seemed to dissipate as she
digested my answers. “Tell me about your brothers. I’m dying to know about
Are they like you? Big and sexy and moody?”
salad. “We’re all big and sexy, I won’t lie.”
Even as distant and strained as we’d become, I knew we all still loved each
other fiercely. “Well, I’m the oldest. Levi is next. He’s a businessman in
Austin, divorced, no kids. Jamison is a SWAT sniper in Dallas, goofy and
single. Joshua works as a criminal profiler for the FBI in Virginia. He’s
brainy and quiet and single, as far as I know anyway. And the baby is Silas.
He’s an up and coming MMA fighter and he lives in Houston.”
“Other than Levi, we’ve all managed to avoid it.”
would you ask that?”
Suddenly, I was overwhelmed by the need to taste her again. “Are we done here?”
My voice was gruff, even to my own ears.
table to stand beside her. “Get up.”
heated focus on me as I shoved our dinner dishes to the side of the table,
making room in front of us. “Sit.” I indicated the spot where her plate had
us. The blood was rushing through my veins like fire and I desperately needed
to quench it. My erection strained behind my jeans and it was all I could do to
control myself when she looked at me like she was getting off on my dominance.
I wasn’t a kinky man, but I definitely liked to be in charge, in the bedroom
and out. Call it the Ranger mentality.
parents in Central Texas. She’s married to her high school sweetheart and is
the mother to three awesome kids, including one in the United States Air Force.
She is the award-winning author of the Jack ‘Em Up series and the upcoming
Family Creed series. Shauna also writes emotional Contemporary YA novels as SC
Montgomery and works as a freelance editor. She loves all things sexy, sassy, and
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