Not What I Was Looking For

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Christy reluctantly agrees to work with Ken, but he and his grandfather could be her last option to find on her missing fiancé, Troy
Ken’s first impression of Christy is her captivating beauty, when she starts talking he quickly notice how flip sounding she is.
Christy can’t help but notice how handsome and built he is, when he starts talking his arrogance quickly shines through.
As they chase the leads one which takes them across country, the two allow the attraction building to melt the wall between them. Ken starts to hate the idea he’s looking for a man that can take her away. She wants Troy found and back, but Ken is becoming the man she didn’t know she wanted. When things take a quick turn and they learn the FBI is involved, Ken insists she move in with Pop to keep her safe.
A found cell phone surfaces Ken feels this lead is too dangerous for Christy to be involved in and sets out alone. His instincts could not have been more right. He’s knocked out and awakes in a building with a man he knows is involved with Troy’s disappearance. The man holding Troy feels Christy has the information he wants, though she doesn’t realize it. Ken knows he can’t protect her unless he agrees to put her in danger. Working with Troy isn’t something he’s particularly happy about either, but he would do anything for Christy even is that meaning losing her to the man he was hired to find.
These two will need to continue to work together to get her back, and both realize they are also fighting one another for her.
With Christy safe and a lot of unanswered questions are answered and a raveled mess is unraveled, she faces with the decision of the two men she loves. Is one willing to walk away so she won’t have to decide? Will she pick the love she’s devoted to or the unexpected love?
Christy needs to be sure of where her heart is with these men. Both declaring their love, but only one has filled an emptiness in her heart.

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