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Every unit of the FBI has those cases that just make an agent think, make them feel, and make them wonder why people treat others the way they do. PAVAD—the Prevention & Analysis of Violent Acts…
Dan Reynolds spent every spare minute he could searching for his three missing daughters, taken from him by his malicious ex-wife years ago. When not searching for his girls, he excelled at his role as second-in-command of the CCU. He loved his team, loved them like family. And when it became necessary to risk his own life to protect one of those teammate he gladly did it, nearly dying in the process.
His first day back on the job he's nearly knocked to the ground by a pretty little whirlwind.
The younger woman made him feel again and brought out all his protective instincts. Shame she'd never be interested in a man like Dan, one who had nothing to give...
Someone had hacked the PAVAD's secure maintenance system, trapping his daughter and a pregnant woman in the elevators, and that infuriated Edward Dennis, creator of the PAVAD division.
Ed's fury faded away when he learned the culprit was 11 yr. old Teddy Glendower, son of the new forensics supervisor, Dr. marianna Glendower.
Ed recognized the act for what it was – a boy stuck in the middle of six other brothers and needing attention. Since his daughter's recent marriage, Ed had the time to mentor the young boy. Provided his mother was agreeable...Ed was determined to show the beautiful mother of seven boys that he could be trusted. Determined to show her he would never hurt her...