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Seraphina Newsom isn't looking for vengeance...she wants justice. Three years ago, Sera's brother was ruthlessly gunned down by one of Brooklyn's most dangerous mob kingpins. The investigation has stalled out, deemed "too dangerous" by the police commissioner. So to track down the evidence she needs to take down her brother's killer, Sera turns in her hospital scrubs, joins the NYPD, and goes undercover. Unsanctioned. Alone.
He'll live to keep her safe.
With his father behind bars, Bowen Driscol has reluctantly taken over his family's sprawling South Brooklyn crime operation. New York's finest have other plans. By threatening the safety of his sister, they "convince" Bowen to extricate a rogue cop who's in over her head. But when he meets Sera and feels that deep, damning shiver of desire course through him, Bowen knows there's only one way to keep her safe without blowing either of their covers...by claiming her as his own.
Each book in the Crossing the Lines series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Prequel Novella: His Risk to Take
Book .5: Riskier Business
Book 1: Risking it All
Book 2: Up In Smoke
Book 3: Boiling Point
Book 4: Raw Redemption
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Diana DC on 06-07-17
Risking It All
This is erotica with a side of underdeveloped suspense, which is fine if that's what I'm expecting but disappointing when I meant to buy plot-driven romantic suspense. Tessa Bailey has a talent for witty and smart h/h banter. Sadly, these two characters are humorless drama llamas and unable to talk about much except their throbbing parts.
I'm looking forward to the day when balance between story and sex scenes is restored. Too much of the book devoted to sex is boring. There, I said it.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Julie Capurro on 06-21-18
This is the first book I’ve listened to from Tessa Bailey and I loved it! It made me laugh, cry, and HOT!All while I was on the edge of my seat. I love Jill Redfields narration. She does a great job bringing the characters to life and she draws you in to a whole different world. I’m hoping book 2 is just as good if not better.