Another pulse-pounding Renegades book from New York Times bestselling author Skye Jordan!
Cameron Riggs never set out to be a stunt man. Renegades was meant to be a pit stop on the way to his next “real” career, but eighteen months later he’s still there, searching for the brotherhood he’s always wanted. One he didn’t find in the military or the Los Angeles fire department, which he quit after his painful breakup with the love of his life, Faith Sutherland. His parents want him to return to Maine so they can retire, and when Faith is thrown back into his life like a grenade, Cam thinks maybe Maine is exactly where he should be, brotherhood or not.
Faith, a decorated officer with the LAPD, is slated to become the youngest female sergeant in the history of the department. Maybe then her father, a retired cop, will be proud of her. She hopes that approval will fill the void created by the worst decision in her life, one that has left emotional and physical scars. Currently on light duty, dying a slow death of boredom, she takes a job as a movie consultant. And now she has a new problem — the stunt team working the film is the Renegades, which means she’ll be working closely with her ex, Cameron. And that means keeping a lid on the dark secret she’s been holding all this time.