* Review * HER SECRET SERVICE AGENT by Stephanie Doyle

* Review * HER SECRET SERVICE AGENT by Stephanie DoyleHer Secret Service Agent by Stephanie Doyle
Published by Harlequin Superromance on July 1, 2017
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She wants her Secret Service agent back…

She was the president's only daughter. And like a bad movie cliché, Vivian Bennett fell in love with her Secret Service agent, Joe Hunt. Except the night she chose to confess her feelings, the night he rebuked her embarrassing advance, was the night her stalker kidnapped her.

That was ten years ago. Joe, of course, had rescued her. But that didn't stop her father from firing him, and her juvenile mistake cost Viv her best friend. Well, she's back in Washington and, even though her dad's no longer in office, she's started to get threatening letters. She needs—wants—the only man she's ever trusted to protect her a second time.

Heart tugging awaits you as you start this book! A rash decision in college has haunted her for the remainder of her life … and the man who had to stand by and watch has worn his own set of scars on his heart. Great characters, a really interesting back story and full out intrigue of trying to figure out the new threat! The only weakness in the plot was the lack of development on his family that was mentioned, but overall a really great read!

Former first daughter Vivian Bennett has lived a satisfying life since she grew up and moved forward with her life, but she has never forgotten the incident that changed her whole life … or the man she lost because of it. Now she’s back in DC, and threatening letters have her running towards the only man she ever trusted to keep her safe!

Private Investigator Joe Hunt heard she was back in town, but he never expected her to show up demanding he be her bodyguard against a new crackpot! A night ten years ago changed their entire lives and futures. He had been her Secret Service Agent … until the worst happened during his watch. After rescuing her from a deranged kidnapper, he was fired and sent packing … but he never forgot her. Will reconnecting allow them the freedom to finally hash out how they felt about each other all those years ago … and still?


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