To the Brink (The Bodyguards, Book 3)
Working on highly sensitive diplomatic affairs, Darcy Prescott is a natural target for terrorist kidnappers. But when she's mysteriously plucked off a street in Manila one sultry night, Darcy's disappearance isn't what it seems…The moment Special Forces soldier Ethan Garrett laid eyes on Darcy,... show more
Working on highly sensitive diplomatic affairs, Darcy Prescott is a natural target for terrorist kidnappers. But when she's mysteriously plucked off a street in Manila one sultry night, Darcy's disappearance isn't what it seems…The moment Special Forces soldier Ethan Garrett laid eyes on Darcy, he knew she was the woman he would marry--and he did. But when their marriage fell apart, Ethan never really recovered. Now a highly paid bodyguard, Ethan quickly slips back into combat mode when he learns of Darcy's disappearance and calls in old favors to assemble a rogue rescue team….Tracking Darcy all the way to the jungles of the Philippines, Ethan knows every move he makes could mean the difference between life and death. His love for Darcy burns stronger than ever. But when he learns the true reason for her abduction, it may be too late to save her--or himself…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2005
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
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, Romantic Suspense
I kinda hated this story. For the first half of the book, we go back and forth between present day and the past. I really dislike that because it takes me out of the story and throws me back into the past that I don't care about. But whatever, I dealt with it.What made me really unhappy was Darcy. S...
This book was filled with so much intensity that I got hooked to it so quickly. The entire first half of the story (the Garrett brothers and friend, Manny Ortega infiltrating a foreign country to save Ethan's ex-wife, Darcy) held so much edge-of-seat excitement. I'm not gonna lie -- I had a lot of f...
So far this is definitely my favorite in the series.Even though the plot was pretty obvious, the story was cleverly told. As for books 1 and 2 of the series, the main characters were awesome and I really liked how Cindy Gerard used the flashbacks. I loved both the primary and secondary story. I can’...
*re-read 19.07.2013.*Cindy Gerard =>The Bodyguard Series =>This book =>I am completely obsessed. I probably need some medical treatment but hey, don't tell anyone, at least not until I finish this series. No, until I finish the Black Ops series, because that's what I'll be reading next The storyRig...
Really spotlighted some of the horrors of PTSD, coping strategies, and how people can react when they are forced to face someone else's "day job".