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“I loved how everything plays out in this book, it is greatly plotted with plenty of drama, angst, twists and turns, thrilling suspense that brings you to the edge of your seat, some heartfelt moments and hot romance.”

Bette, Goodreads

Code Name: Hacker (Jameson Force Security, Book #4)

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I’m not the same Bebe Grimshaw I was years ago. The woman I was spent years behind the bars of the highest security women’s prison in the nation, my punishment for hacking nuclear codes as part of a crime syndicate I’d gotten in way too deep with. The woman I am today doesn’t regret what I did, or the fact that I got caught, but I am remorseful for the years I lost with my son, Aaron. Released from my sentence early thanks to Kynan McGrath, I joined his team at Jameson Force Security and now put my skills to use helping people.

I’m just trying to get back a piece of what I lost, focusing solely on raising Aaron and my work at Jameson. As long as I have my son and my career, I’m content. But life has a funny way of letting you know exactly what you need, and when a devastatingly handsome stranger named Griffin befriends Aaron at the park, I have to consider I might be missing something. A part of me that was locked away long ago reawakens, and I find myself looking at Griff in a way I’ve not looked at a man in more than a decade.

Just when I think things are starting to look up, my world is turned upside down. Turns out that meeting wasn’t an accident, and things aren’t going my way at all.

Griffin Moore is the man sent here to kill me.

All books in the Jameson Force Security series can be read as standalones. See the entire series here: https://sawyerbennett.com/bookstore/jameson-force-security-series/

A romantic suspense series of interconnected standalone books. The team at Jameson Force Security does the jobs no one else wants—covert rescue operations, protection services, espionage—the darker and more dangerous, the better. But sometimes the most dangerous situations are matters of the heart.

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