From New York Times bestselling author Megan Hart comes the third installment in the sizzling Protector series. Forbidden Stranger is a raunchy audiobook listeners will never forget. A female bodyguard with enhanced abilities. A billionaire playboy committed to destroying people like her. A romance they didn't expect. Nina Bronson and Ewan Donahue have put their love to its limits. To Ewan, she's the only woman he wants to be with for the rest of his life. To Nina, whose memories have been ripped out of her, Ewan is her kind and generous boss who's helping her recover after an accident she also can't remember. The more time they spend together, the more she begins to feel for him, but Ewan knows the truth - she loved him once. As Ewan tries to do whatever it takes to get Nina back to herself without putting her in danger, the two of them have to build a brand new relationship from the ground up. Sometimes, a lie isn't a betrayal, it's a lifesaver. Can Nina forgive Ewan for not telling her the truth about why she lost so much of her memories, or are they doomed to never be together again?
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"Narrator Saskia Maarleveld doesn't hold back in the final chapter of this futuristic trilogy. In the previous installment, heroine Nina Bronson was stripped of her memories. She now harbors feelings for the man she knows only as her thoughtful boss, Ewan Donahue. At first, their interactions are steeped in withheld desire and unknowns. But as Nina's memories begin to surface, their reawakened love becomes mired in complexities of the past. Little do they know that they're headed toward a dangerous climax that neither of them may survive. Maarleveld digs deep to give the listener a consistent delivery of Nina's strong personality and Ewan's uncompromising nature. A.L. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"
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