Book Reviews of Secrets In Texas (Count on a Cop) (Harlequin Superromance, No 1387)

Secrets In Texas (Count on a Cop) (Harlequin Superromance, No 1387)
Secrets In Texas - Count on a Cop - Harlequin Superromance, No 1387
Author: Carrie Weaver
ISBN-13: 9780373713875
ISBN-10: 0373713878
Publication Date: 12/5/2006
Pages: 304
Rating:
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4.2 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Can an undercover detective find love while infiltrating a dangerous cult?
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Pretty intense read. I was a little disappointed with the ending, it was kind of abrupt.

After the wreck of her marriage, Detective Angel Harrison swore no man would ever control her again. Then she had to infiltrate a dangerous cult, and pretending to be a submissive wife was the only way in. Even worse, her new "husband" quickly aroused feelings ignored for too long.

Matt Stone had escaped Zion's Gate, but concern for the sister left behind had him agreeing to the cops' plan to return. Angel was good at playing the subservient wife--so good that he began to worry when the rebellious glint in her eye started to fade. After all, he'd been hoping for a permanent partnership. Assuming, of course, they made it out alive.
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very good reading.
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After the wreck of her marriage, Detective Angel Harrison swore no man would ever control her again. Then she had to infiltrate a dangerous cult, and pretending to be a submissive wife was the only way in. Even worse, her new "husband" quickly aroused feelings ignored for too long.

Matt Stone had escaped Zion's Gate, but concern for the sister left behind had him agreeing to the cops' plan to return. Angel was good at playing the subservient wife--so good that he began to worry when the rebellious glint in her eye started to fade. After all, he'd been hoping for a permanent partnership. Assuming, of course, they made it out alive.