Marnie goes to her Grandmother’s old cabin in the Sierra mountains for a weekend to reflect upon her life and set a more daring course. She didn’t bargain for getting caught up in Jake Dolan’s world of terrorist intrigue but that’s what happened. He’s trying to deal with assassins and get Marnie home safely.I really enjoyed Jake and Marnie and their romance was off the charts steamy! They couldn’t be more different but at the same time perfectly suited for each other. She’s funny and he’s sardonic so the dialogue was a pleasure to follow. My problem with the book is it didn’t seem to integrate the two aspects of the story very well. The romance seemed to be happening independently of the ops segment, which was rather protracted. The romantic tension was perfect but the intrigue related to the terrorists/assassins flagged. While I enjoyed the story, it was just okay. Even so, I’m glad I read it and will continue the series for now.