Lilly has a big problem. After being shot in the head she has NO memory of the last six years of her life. Her family feels WRONG, her friends treat her like a dangerous dog, and she keeps having strange visions of guns and violence that bring on horrific headaches.
Travis’ orders are clear – if she doesn’t buy the “professional escort” cover of her public personna, if she starts to remember what she really was (anyone remember the movie Point of No Return w/Bridget Fonda?) then he’s to terminate her. Immediately.
Killing his lover and partner is NOT happening. Not in his world. Not on his watch.
Watching Travis have to spend the entire book tap-dancing around the truth was entertaining. I liked Lilly’s persistence and spirit. I hated her elitist “royal” society. If that’s nobility, I’m glad to be a peasant! This wasn’t my favorite of her books, the ending was too quick and a bit pat, but overall I enjoyed reading. I liked Travis’ loyalty, but the “terminate” order was hard to swallow from whom I’d always believed were the good guys…