Hot and a fun read. DEA agent Fallon Hargis is running from killers when she stumbles over Sheriff Wade Tanner. Together they bring the bad guys down in a fun read.
Fallon Hargis is an undercover DEA agent who is after a man named Cavenaugh who destroyed her family when she was only fourteen years old, but her cover was blown. When she ran into Wade Tanner, she held him at gunpoint and ordered him to strip in order to evade capture. Reluctantly, she teams up wth Wade, the Sheriff of Two Creeks, a small town in Texas, who tries to help her find Cavenaugh. In the meantime, Wade and Fallon have lots of passionate sex... a fun, entertaining read.
The beginning has you wide eyed and with your mouth agape.
DEA agent running from an attempt on her life meets a small town sheriff, and the fun begins.
Their buidling attraction (non-relationship as she wants to call it )is sexy and smart and fun.
I guess I'm in the minority here as I wasn't that impressed with this book. Very sexy. Storyline okay, gets better as the book goes on, but nothing great by any means. Very weird dialogue between the characters. Liked Fallon's relationship with Callie though. Overall disappointing for me. Oh well.
Undercover DEA agent Fallon Hargis can handle a nine-millimeter and take down a drug carte. But nothing can prepare her for sexy Wade Tanner and the rinky-dinky town where she has to hide out in until she can discover who betrayed her at the agency.
It was a great read!!! I'm looking forward to reading more books by Karen Kelley.
A sexy undercover DEA agent hides out in a small Texas town and falls for the hunky sheriff. A fast enjoyable read. It is steamy.
i enjoyed it. sexy and smart
Good read. A fast-paced page turner...
This new novel by the author of Stardust Dreams (NAL, 1993) takes as its premise the gang rape of five coeds at Dominion University by an immoral group of fraternity brothers. Years later, as the story begins, one of those fraternity brothers is being confirmed by the Senate as Secretary of Housing in an atmosphere reminiscent of the Hill-Thomas hearings. ("Mizz Wallace, did you or did you not willingly take Senator Ziegler's penis into your mouth on more than one occasion?") Senator Ziegler's murder and the subsequent deaths of two others involved in the long-ago rape lead authorities to suspect heroine Holly Kaufman and fellow members of "The Little Sister Society." Stiff, unlikable characters and uninspired writing with too many shock vulgarities diminish what could have been an interesting story of vengeance for the exploitation of the "weaker sex." Not recommended.
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