's falling for her bodyguard.
But is her heart racing for the right man?
Everly Madison loves life as an online music sensation. But it turns ugly when an internet troll posts threatening comments on her videos. When she hires a bodyguard to keep her safe, her hunky new protector makes her soul sing.
Ridge Lockwood gave up the military to help his two identical triplet brothers establish a security firm. But when one of their first clients is the online singer-songwriter he’s admired for months, Ridge is devastated when one of his brothers is assigned the case instead of himself. Determined to spend time with her, he takes matters into his own hands and pulls out the old, 'switcheroo'.
As Everly becomes confused about exactly who she’s falling for, the predator's actions begin to escalate. Can Ridge defend her while still hiding his secret? Or will he come clean, risking not only his company's reputation, but the woman he's fallen desperately in love with?
Her Bodyguard Swap is the standalone first book in the Lockwood Industries sweet contemporary romance series. If you like dreamy men, spirited women, and clean happily-ever-afters, then you’ll adore Laura Ann’s tale of amorous harmony. AMAZON LINK
I enjoyed this story that had interesting team members of family and close military "brothers and sister" working together. The idea of identical triplets caught my attention from the first time I read the book blurb.
It was fun with Ridge providing some comic relief even amidst the danger that Everly was facing. Not everyone understood or appreciated his mischievous ways especially Everly's brother.
But Everly had no problem with his often funny but also tender ways. Unfortunately because of his personality he is often underestimated by others. Too bad because he was an interesting guy, who was not the player that her brother thought. A way TOO overprotective brother at that.
The story did slow at one point, but there is that secret friendship being developed between the two main character.
The story comes to a good conclusion and I liked that the author had a sweet dedication in the front of the book.