Need something or someone investigated? Does your special event require security that can blend with the rich and famous? The Gemini Men are uniquely suited to these needs and more. Brothers, all with military backgrounds, born to wealth and committed to justice, this security firm can go high-tech or get down and dirty. Whatever needs to be done, whatever it takes.
Sometimes, their mission statement is a pain in the rear. At least that is what Ethan Taggart thinks when his client asks him to find a missing teenager. Her father is an idiot more concerned with his next girlfriend than keeping an eye on the seventeen-year-old. Her mother Marcy is not much better in his opinion, with her bloodshot eyes and too-thin features. Their bitter divorce left the kids as casualties.
Now he is forced to work with Marcy's investigator, a tall, leggy brunette with librarian glasses and a stand-offish attitude. That's just great.
Ethan Taggart may be drop-dead gorgeous, and a good security agent, but he doesn't know teenage girls. Toni Crawford is kicking herself for not keeping better tabs on Kara. She knew the divorce had unsettled the teenager, but did not do a good enough job of staying in touch. Now she feels responsible for her disappearance, and determined to be involved in her return.
Even if it means working closely with Taggart. Her libido would like to work very closely, but she is ignoring that voice in her head. Guys like that are out of reach, and off limits. They date starlets and models, not gawky, geeky P.I.s.
Author Jami Alden heats up the pages with Caught, the first book in her Gemini Men series. There is danger, passion and plenty of verbal sparring before these two get on the same page. It is a fun read, fast-paced and full of action.