Out of Love by R.C. Boldt
Out of Love
Encourage Kavanaugh, previous Navy SEAL, comprehends what it resembles to be the big cheese, the man in control, the one making major decisions. Now that he’s running his own security counseling firm, very little has changed.
But the breathtaking blonde he procured as his office director.
Noelle Davis has been through the damn ringer. Swearing off men in the wake of getting away from a dangerous relationship, she’s thankful for a new beginning—new occupation included. But her occupation isn’t peaceful and quiet. Truth be told, it’s a remarkable inverse since her manager is the most irritating man on the planet.
Also, also, hot as hellfire.
Encourage has limits. Rules. No connections permitted in light of the fact that he doesn’t do love—and Noelle Davis thwarted that arrangement and took a red pen to his rundown of tenets. With her brilliant mouth and sharp exchange, he found the lady starting to crawl past his resistances.
At the point when conditions place Noelle in a risky position, the principal individual to act the hero is none other than Foster Kavanaugh. She gets the chance to see the man in real life—not as her exasperating supervisor, but rather the man who will remain absolutely determined to keep her safe.
A similar man who makes her need to rethink her purposeful ban of men.
The man she needs to become more acquainted with now that she’s seen another side of him.