This was an OK read. I liked Carter, but Tori got on my nerves through the whole book. Everything was a competition with her! Very immature behavior for an FBI agent. Carter was an excellent agent and a great guy.
BETWEEN THE RAINDROPS by Mary Lynn Baxter
Proving Beth Loring an unfit mother was an impossible assignment for private detective Cole Weston. For one thing, it just wasn't true--she doted on her daughter. For another, Beth was the kind of woman Cole wanted to pursue--for reasons of an entirely different nature...
MOMENTARY MARRIAGE by Annette Broadrick
Agent Jordan Trent was used to going it alone. So having to take Lauren MacKenzie on assignment with him, pretending to be his wife, was risky business. But one look at Lauren was enough to make Jordan wonder if she would ever want to play the role of Mrs. Trent for real!
THE ICE CREAM MAN by Kathleen Korbel
Jenny Lake couldn't help but be fascinated by the virile man stationed outside her front door. Despite the outfit, Nick Barnes just didn't look like an ice cream man! All her neighbors thought he was some sort of criminal, and common sense told Jenny they were right. But one look at sexy Nick Sent common sense flying out the window!