Thunder McLeod lives his life by one code: live today for tomorrow is never guaranteed. Ex-Special Ops with a dark cloud hanging over his life and a dark past he can’t seem to shake, Thunder has given up on ever finding true happiness after losing something precious. Then he receives the call that will forever change his desolate, guarded existence. His company ‘McLeod Security Firm’ is called in, all hands on deck, to keep flying bullets away from his newest client -the woman that will change everything about his life.
Ivy Snow, computer genius extraordinaire, needs a new change of scenery away from her birth country, England. Living a lonely existence, she decides a change is inevitable. Always fascinated by the charm of the US, she gathers the courage to move there permanently, settling in Blue River, a small town in Montana.
There, she finds solace until her secret weapon is uncovered by a dangerous criminal who will stop at nothing to get his hands on her creation. Then she meets her new protector.
Thunder’s determined more than ever to keep Ivy safe and secure. Ivy, not accustomed to a man like Thunder, must fight to stay alive and unravel the most beautiful man she’s ever had the fortune of meeting.
One soul shattering mistake may cost Thunder the one thing he would give his life for. Can Ivy save Thunder from the thing that haunts him to this day?
This is book one in the ‘Secure Me series’.
**Recommended for ages 18+**
T.K. Tuitt currently resides in England. She’s mother to a teenage boy. She’s an avid reader of romance and a huge paranormal fan. Her love of reading stems from watching her great grandfather reading through his huge collection of Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys books, while her great grandmother taught her to read.
She loves to listen to music while writing (more oldies but goldies with some current songs thrown in the mix), baking and cooking is a passion bestowed upon her as a small child watching the adults cook and bake up a storm, searching Google about the latest cars (mostly sports) and her unhealthy addiction to tv shows and movies keeps her indoors most of the time.