This book in the Colby Agency series was enjoyable to read. One of the better ones. Rather than have the hero (Pierce "Max" Maxwell) and the heroine (Oliva "Scout" Jackson) simply dodging danger all alone, this story brought in other characters from the Colby Agency to assist. Simon Ruhl in an assisting capacity as he offered up his SUV and penthouse, also gave some light to his background of coming from money (which I didn't know). Of course, one of the agents helping was to introduce him for the next book, but at least Doug Cooper had a more active role so you could understand him a little better. Nicole Reed-Michaels assisted (even if breifly) and even Ian Michaels was mentioned as backing up within the operation, though he never was seen.
Overall, it was nice to see teamwork and how even though the various agents were as different as night and day, they came together.
The only part of the story I felt was a bit over emphasized was Scout's "I should tell him the baby is his," and then constantly finding excuses not to. When she finally did tell him, it fell flat.
A must read for Colby Agency fans!