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Repairman Dean Carey can fix anything, even the rich ice princess, Victoria Green. But Victoria needs a lot more than a little repair, she needs protection, protection from the one person who will stop at nothing until she's dead. With money as no object and a desire to keep the attack discreet, Victoria enlists the help of Dean, the handyman, to become her own private bodyguard.

Despite not wanting anything to do with her, Dean can't turn down a blank check or resist guarding a body like hers. But as the chemistry heats up and her cold exterior begins to thaw, Dean realizes there's much more to her than he gave her credit for. However, the challenge still may be beyond what he bargained for. Victoria's enemy may be closer than she realized.

©2015 Mallory Crowe (P)2016 Mallory Crowe

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  • 08-06-18

Handy handyman . . .

There was something more to Dean than just being able to do just about anything. He was a deeper man with more on the line than just paying bills. Victoria Greene was CEO in control. She was smart, sexy, savvy and at times clueless. These two have an adventure of multiple attempts on Victoria's life and a few romps in between.

Reid Kerr did a very good job with the narration. The clarity and quality were good.