Book Reviews of Agent-In-Charge (Harlequin Intrigue, No 815)

Agent-In-Charge (Harlequin Intrigue, No 815)
Agent-In-Charge - Harlequin Intrigue, No 815
Author: Leigh Riker
ISBN-13: 9780373228157
ISBN-10: 0373228155
Publication Date: 12/1/2004
Pages: 256
Rating:
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3.9 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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He'd led everyone to believe he was a mild mannered civil servant who'd shamelessly neglected his exwife. In actuality, he was part of an elite team of undercover agents who fought to prevent a catastrophic attack on the US. Then, in the blink of an eye, the mission ;turned personal when his beloved former bride was caught in the cross fire. Blinded in an apparent hit and run and fleeing from a predator, Casey Warren put her fragile life in his hands. He'd battle til the end to protect Casey from a trigger happy traitor who leaked government secrets to a terrorist network. But can this stealthy secret agent regain his footing after he plummets head over heels in love?

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reviewed Agent-In-Charge (Harlequin Intrigue, No 815) on + 145 more book reviews
If u like intrigue book this book is good? I do like intrigue books but they are not my 1st pick in books. Now don't get me wrong this is a good book to read!!!!
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this holds a nice combination of intrigue, misunderstanding and danger.

Casey Warren, divorcee, was a victim of a hit-and-run after trying to return her ex-husband's things. She apparentely didn't understand why her ex told her to stay away from Hearthline Security where he worked.

Graham Warren was thought to be a mild-mannered civil servant by Casey who just took too many unexplained trips and so she lost her trust in him.

It turns out that Graham was part of an elite team of undercover agents who fought to prevent any terrorist attacks on the Country.

With Casey being blinded by the run-down, Graham decided that he had to keep her safe and protected. He ended showing up with a Golden Retriever named Willy to help Casey get around.

Yet strange accidents kept happening to Casey. Graham was running around in circles trying to figure out who was after her and if it tied into a plot they were trying to prevent.

He became very suspicious of Rafe Valera, son of Anton, who lived across the hall from Casey. Especially when he found out Rafe carried a 357.

And Eddie Lawton seemed to have his nose in everyone's computer at Hearthline.

Graham was working closely with a former member of his original squad, Holt Kincaide, now a D.C cop.

Another enjoyable read - good characters - nicely moving plot - another mixed-up female. Ah well.