Undercover DEA Agent Brad McKenna is wounded running for his life in the Florida Everglades when Wendy Hawk finds him. Seeing his injury, she takes him to her home in the swamp. Wendy quickly senses his desperation. Drug dealers are looking for Brad and he needs somewhere to hide. What better place than a home buried in the middle of the Everglades.
Brad and Wendy fell into lust about two minutes after they met. I found the romance portion of the book to be rushed and didn't like the way they would continually argue about something, then fall into bed. I really liked the suspense portion of the book, hiding from the killers who wanted Brad dead. My rating: 2.5 Stars.
Brad McKenna was running for his life--and each painful step drew him deeper into the tangled saw grass and mud of the Everglaes, deeper into the dark solace of unconsciousness. He awoke to find himself facing a silver-eyed angel of mercy.
But Wendy Hawk was no celestial spirit. She was a flesh-and-blood woman with human fears and desires, and her reclusive existence had been rocked by the intrusion of this rugged, hunted man. Even while he invaded her heart with a raging passion, Brad transformed her simple life into a chaotic chase. Suddenly the real world was closing in on them, shattering their peace...threatening their lives!
When Wendy found Brad McKenna -- wounded and unconscious -- she acted instinctively to save him. But Brad was no victim of a random accident. He was a DEA agent running from deadly enemies. And in the anonymity of darkness and unanswered questions, this driven man and his angel of mercy are drawn together -- because now killers want both of them dead.
Wendy found Brad wounded and unconscious. It was not an accident. He was a DEA agent running from deadly enemies. This driven man and his angel of mercy are drawn together because the killers want both of them dead.
This copy is a MIRA single title reprint.