Slava thinks leaving Russia will get his life back on track. After being caught in a compromising position, he’s given up his business to the state and starts a divorce from his wife. Life is good, until there is an attempt on his life. Enter Liam and Aidan, bodyguards for hire. Liam and Aidan, along with their dog Hayam, are settling into their lives in their new fixer-upper home in outside of Nice. Taking the job to protect Slava is what they need to finance the work needed on the house. Now if only their client would do as asked and not put himself in danger.
This is book eight in the series, but I haven't read any of the previous books. I had no problem getting into the story or the lives of Liam and Aidan. This story is well written, the characters are easy to know and the mystery/suspense element pulls you along. The secondary character, Thierry as a love interest for Slava, adds a fun side romance element to the story. I did enjoy the story. But having never been to Europe, I got a little lost in the geography, which is the only part of the story I had any trouble with.