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When her cover is blown in a criminal operation to apprehend a human trafficker, FBI Special Agent Mallory Burke is put in a car destined for a mountain cabin to be tortured and killed. But a snow storm results in an accident that leaves all but Mallory dead and she finds herself in the midst of the raging storm and in the care of Police Captain Gage Broderick. Mallory's relief that Gage is a cop is short lived. He has secrets of his own. Gage is haunted by an incident in his recent past. The last thing he wants is to become embroiled in Mallory's investigation - or to feel this powerful attraction to her.
©2013 Books in Motion (P)2013 Books in Motion
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By Jennifer Veer-Boyes on 01-25-17

Redemption

Unlike my review of book one of the series, I totally loved this book.

I think this book was more balanced as far as the romance and suspense goes. The romance started quickly and the suspense was more intense.

Great book.

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By Diana DC on 06-24-16

Nope. Too many problems.

I enjoyed another audio from this author. Unfortunately my one-book happy streak is over. Here's what I couldn't make work for me:
* Narrator is a poor match for the material. Her reading was distracting.
* Plot holes like Swiss cheese.
* Georgraphy oh my gawd. One minute they're in the Adirondacks and then lickety split they're in DC, a minute later back in New York. It's as if they had those personal jet packs we were promised. My head was spinning.
* We never ever call DC "Washington" EVER. We call it DC. It's the DCPD, not Washington PD. And DC is definitely not a 10 minute drive from NY.

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