Devon “Shadow” Kane chose a life of anonymity the moment he entered the clandestine world of the CIA. His training made him a killer, a skill he has no qualms using.
Elle Sinclair, the younger sister of his childhood friend, is far from the girl next door. She’ll be the next big star. She’s also the one he can’t have. The blinding lights of flash bulbs in her celebrity world contradict the stealth and invisibility required in his.
Then she’s gone.
Disappeared, without a word or a trace.
A desperate plea for help from her brother tests Shadow’s undercover skills.
The stakes are high, and Shadow will risk everything for her. The only two constants in the equation are the threat of blowing his cover and the probability he won’t reach her in time.
With peril at every turn, can Shadow and Elle both survive? Or will the wicked shadows surrounding them ultimately cause their demise?
“5 STARS!!! Get ready for an exciting ride with Devon and Elle! This is my first book in the Steele Security series and now my grabby hands need them all! If you love heart racing, sexy reads then you need to flex your one click finger right now and pick this baby up!” ~Alexis Noelle, Author
“A.D. Justice does it again. Fall between the pages and get lost among the shadows in this gripping tale of love, loyalty, and honor. See first hand that love really does conquer all.” ~Bestselling Author H. D’Agostino
“How do I even express and amazing this book is??? It deserves a million stars. I wish I could forget everything about this book just so I could read again for the first time!!!” ~Chelle Thompson, Goodreads Review
“The writing is fantastic and it’s told in multiple POV’S. It can be read as a standalone, but I HIGHLY suggest all the other books be read as well. This series is one of my favorites.” ~Christina Oswald, Goodreads Review
“As with all A D Justice books there is a fantastic dose of suspense thrown in which will have your heart beating out of your chest & also make your heart stop a few times whilst reading”.~Rachel Humphries, Goodreads Review