Shannon Reagan is a woman conflicted. She's savvy enough she owns her own boutique publishing company, yet she endures her billionaire father's bullying. Part of her still yearns for his love, but she's also smart enough to know something isn't right with Paul Reagan. Too many things don't add up. He's grown more secretive. More cruel. Colder. What is going on inside Reagan Industries?
Along comes Adam Torrey. Fiercely handsome but angry at her father and taking it out on her. Shannon can't seem to win until the worst happens. She and Adam are forced to fight for survival after her father's Gulfstream goes down in the Pacific.
Adam Torrey's story is about military grade drones, deceit at the highest levels, courage under fire, survival, hope, and romance.
In this particular scene, the aircraft carrying Adam and Shannon to Hawaii crashed on a remote island in the Pacific. Shannon is caught on a piece of wreckage on the seaward side of the plane. She's hanging on for her life, but the tide's coming in. Wave after wave covers her face, and she's drowning. Adam is frantic to save her, but her leg is caught in nylon netting. He can't break her free. To save her, he'll have to leave her...