By Stephanie James
#103 within the Silhouette hope romance sequence. 'Young girl on holiday in Hawaii, who virtually used to be abducted has a bodyguard following her round and stepping into her approach, and her heart.'
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He shrugged. " She smiled very brilliantly. "In other words, a poor girl won't be able to tell the noble ones from the ignoble ones, will she? Clearly her best bet is not to let any of them too close. " Secure in the knowledge that she'd put him firmly in his place, Sabrina didn't hesitate to reinforce the lesson after dinner when they moved into the crowded lounge. She politely but firmly refused his invitation to dance. "Sabrina," Jake began wearily, "you know damn well you want to dance. Why in hell are you punishing yourself?
She considered the soft command, one nail tapping on the steering wheel as she glared up at him. "You're becoming awfully bossy," she finally observed. "I've seen you drive," was all he said. "And I've seen you drive. Get in on the passenger side, Jake, or get left behind," she advised. " "Sabrina—" he began firmly. " And suddenly she did. Very much. He seemed to sense the determination in her. One brow arched quizzically as if he were considering the alternatives, and then without a word he closed her car door, paced around the hood and slid into the passenger seat.
It was a prison cell, Sabrina. A hellhole of a place in Southeast Asia. I was there for six months and I thought I was going to die there," he whispered starkly. His gray eyes burned over her as if seeking salvation. "The dying, I could have handled. " It was a prayer. "But I managed it," he went on heavily. "I refought every unarmed-combat match I'd ever been in, dissected every self-defense hold and the philosophy behind it that I'd ever learned and analyzed everything I'd ever known about willpower and energy.