The second in the series, about the Interpol brother, who is burnt out from his job so goes back home, his cab driver is the heroine, who does this as a side job while she tries to get her jewellery thing going. He hears that her brother the army man backed off a stone buying spree, he in jest volunteers his services never thinking she will take it up and she has no intention to but agrees when she can find no-one else and before a full yes he has to attend a brunch with her mother, in which he finds himself thoroughly interrogated. I loved the heroine, she was so spunky and could look through the hero and his walls and his nightmares, his job is an aversion to her because she wants a man who doesn't have to keep secrets for his job's sake but their attraction is undeniable. I loved the sexual tension filled banter between them and how he fell like a ton of bricks for her and didn't want to since he saw his father fall apart after his mother died and he didn't want to make himself that vulnerable. I loved every part of the book, these two were amazing.