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About the book: Navy SEAL Craig Simmons has pledged his life to serve and protect, so when this newest member of the Saint Squad observes a stunning young woman on the beach being shadowed by an armed man, he leaps into action. It doesn’t take long to realize his mistake, but it also puts him in a position to meet a very well-known actress, Sienna Blake. For Sienna, the timing couldn’t be more perfect—she’s preparing for a role as a CIA agent, and who better to help her prepare than a Navy SEAL? Craig and Sienna develop a lighthearted friendship, though both are aware of their growing attraction. Neither realizes, however, that a treacherous enemy is setting in motion a terrifying plan to destroy Sienna . . .

A series of near-fatal accidents on set are too close for comfort, and Sienna has been lucky to escape with her life—so far. Despite the rising danger behind the scenes, the show must go on. When the Saint Squad is enlisted by the FBI to safeguard Sienna on the ill-fated film set, Craig is driven to protect the woman he is quickly growing to love. As the list of suspects and motives grows, Craig and the Saint Squad will do whatever it takes to track down the perpetrator—before things turn deadly.

My review: I LOVED this book! I will admit up front that I knew that I was going to. I have loved every one of the Saint Squad novels. They are all really well-written with tons of action and adventure. And don't forget they all have a fun, clean romance as well! 

This book is about Sienna Blake. She's been famous literally since the day she was born because her father was a famous actor as well. Her sister Kendra is a well-known singer. And Sienna herself is a movie star. She's come to Virginia Beach for two reasons, the first is that she has been cast in a new action movie, but the second is that Kendra will be getting married in a hush-hush ceremony that even their parents don't know about. One of the first people she runs into is Craig Simmons who happens to be a Navy SEAL. He is the perfect person to help her prepare for her new role in the movie. And hopefully he'll be able to figure out just what is going on with all of the "accidents" that suddenly start happening around Sienna.

I loved both Sienna and Craig! Their characters are really well-written and it's fun to be able to see the world through their eyes for a little bit. I loved that there is tons of action in this book. I didn't want to put this book down for any reason so that I wouldn't miss what was coming next for these two. I will admit that I had no idea who the person was who was out to get Sienna, just like she didn't in the book and I was just as surprised at the end as she was.

You really can't go wrong with a Traci Hunter Abramson book! And if you haven't read any of her other books, don't worry, you can read them in any order and they will still make sense, although I guarantee you won't want to miss any of the earlier books!

I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

About the author: Originally from Arizona, Traci Hunter Abramson spent much of her childhood exploring the little town of Pinewood. She is a graduate of Brigham Young University and a former employee of the Central Intelligence Agency. Since leaving the CIA, Traci has written multiple novels, including the Undercurrents trilogy, Royal Target, and the Saint Squad series. When she's not writing, Traci enjoys spending time with her husband and their four children. She also enjoys cooking, although she prefers an electric stove to the wood-burning variety.

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