Everyone wants Chicago cop, Simon Grant, dead. Armed with an address, he is on the run and heading for Sanctuary, only to end up at the wrong end of a gun. Is it possible the tall amber-eyed man holding the gun is actually going to be able to help him?
Cain Brodie is in charge of Sanctuary’s new Chicago office, C-Tower. His well organised administration day takes an unexpected turn when he has a man wanted for murder right in his gun sights. Thrust into a situation he has no control over suddenly he needs to be the one in control.
Accidental or not, Simon and Cain have to be the heroes of their own stories, just to stay alive.
Accidental Hero by R.J. Scott was an adventure of intrigue and suspense. Chicago police officer Simon Grant was caught in the middle of a drug-gang war and framed for his partner’s death. Cain, technical specialist for Sanctuary was most happy working with his technical gizmos~ behind the scenes of the Sanctuary operation. When Simon seeks refuge at Sanctuary’s new Chicago office, he and Cain begin a roller coaster ride.
Bullets flying, speeding cars, and who-dun-it are the basis of Accidental Hero. Ms. Scott took her writing to the next level as she powered through the normal cat and mouse game books and demonstrated an uncanny ability to write suspense with a dash of romance while still maintaining a sense of realism.
Simon and Cain were phenomenal characters. Both of the men were mysterious and chivalrous and sans any overbearing qualities. Ms. Scott’s writing was focused on the task at hand with the end result of the book leaving me yearning for more. The mystery is left wide open for subsequent books as old characters are an important part of the second volume of the series, and new characters are introduced.
Accidental Hero was well-worth the read! Thank you Ms. Scott for another, hit it out of the park, read.
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