Strong, independent, funny, and sexy as hell, all five Marquette security agents have a relentless passion for finding the truth—they just didn't expect to find love was well.
Strong and silent, Ethan spends every spare minute at Marquette Security, working his fingers to the bone so that he can avoid his reality. Ever since his wife walked out on him, taking their baby girl with her, all Ethan has had is work. But when Megan walks into the office, telling him that his ex-wife is dead and his little girl has been kidnapped, Ethan’s routine is turned on its head.
Former police officer, Ian, suffered a great loss that landed him at Marquette Security, working with four other people who are now his closest friends. As much as he loves working with them, though, they’re not his partners. No one can ever be fit into that role again—at least not until Hayley, an investigative reporter, walks in the office door, looking for help with a case she’s stumbled upon in her own work.
Dean Witherspoon doesn’t plan to ever grow up. Settling down, committing, and being responsible just isn’t something he’s interested in, primarily because it only brings heartbreak. That’s why the only woman he’s committed to is his sister, Willow. At least, that is, until Quinn walks in, still mourning her sister, Mila, and believing there was a lot more to Mila’s death than the police had discovered. The investigation leads Dean into the dirty background of Chicago’s dance scene and lands both of them into a position they may not escape alive.
Willow Witherspoon is one tough lady. As the only woman working at Marquette Security and Dean’s baby sister, she is both constantly challenged and perpetually protected. The men she works with protect her because they love her—not because she needs it. She’s every bit as strong as any one of them. When Willow takes Benjamin Parson’s case, she thinks it’s going to be a simple fix—after all, it’s just a problem of a lovelorn woman who needs help figuring out what’s real and what isn’t. But when it suddenly turns into much more than that, Willow won’t have much time to figure out who wants to kill Benjamin and why.
On the night of Connor Marquette’s seventeenth birthday, his best friend, Lydia Irvine, was brutally murdered. He knows that’s why he left town, joined the military, and then started his own security and private investigation firm, but he never expected Lydia’s unsolved case to come back and haunt him the way it has been for the past six months. He knows that it’s time to go back to his hometown and solve Lydia’s case once and for all, and he’s going to need the help of an old high school friend, Whitney, to do it. Just when he thinks he’s making progress in the case, it suddenly becomes clear that everything he thought he knew about his past and the people in it couldn’t have been more wrong, and if he doesn’t act quickly enough, Whitney is going to pay the price.
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