THE MOON THAT NIGHT
THE MOON THAT NIGHT (4.5) by Helen Brenna: James Riley is forced to help a former fellow soldier, David March, steal ancient artifacts because March is holding his sister-in-law and young daughter captive. Riley becomes party to the kidnapping of Kate Dillon, a woman he once acted as a bodyguard for. Grown-up Kate is an antiquities expert and March needs her to verify the items for Riley to steal. Brenna combines nonstop action and great sexual tension for a story readers won’t want to put down. In his desire to protect, Riley makes the perfect sexy hero, and Kate is the epitome of a strong heroine.