Claire Sharpe is a fiercely independent young woman who relies on no one and trusts few. When her home is broken into and her life threatened all of that changes. Ex-mercenary Brett “Hotwire” Adams blows into her solitary world like a sultry southern breeze bringing an uncontrollable passion to life in Claire. But sex and relationships have never played a big part in Claire’s life so Brett will have the great pleasure of convincing her that their friendship will flourish not flounder if they take the next step.
Brett has fought his way through some of the most hellish places on earth where he learned many things. One of those things was the fragility of life and the regret of lost opportunity. When it comes to Claire he is ready for her, willing to pleasure her into a stupor and able to lay his battered heart in her delicate hands.
And Able brings Lucy Monroe’s Mercenary trilogy, that began with Ready and Willing, to a fabulously satisfying conclusion. These two characters fit together like two puzzle pieces; every action in the book reflects the connection between them. Brett and Claire scorch the pages so pull out your asbestos undies, ladies.