Tag You're It Author:Penny McCall The frigid Rocky Mountain air is nothing compared to the chill between a gorgeous scientist and a hardened FBI agent. But out in the middle of nowhere, all it takes is body heat to melt the snow.... — Alex Scott has been doing just fine on her own, studying mountain lions and living alone in a log cabin seventy-five miles from anywhere. The last ... more »thing she needs is some cocky guy, even one with looks to die for, falling from the sky...
All FBI agent Tag Donovan wants is to find the mobster who killed his partner. But when he finds himself pushed off a low-flying plane, only to land facedown in the snow in a hail of bullets, survival is the one thing on his mind. Until he gets a good look at the beauty who drags him to safety.
Ignoring each other isn't going to work when there's no one else around - especially when Alex could be the key to solving Tag's mystery. And though Tag's aching body wants nothing but bed rest, Alex's smoky voice makes him think of more exciting uses for the bed. And the table. And - well, after all, he's no snow angel...« less
2nd book by this author and features Tag who was mentioned briefly in All Jacked Up. I didn't like is as much as All Jacked Up due to the woman being, well, something else. The way she was acting you'd think something 'bad' had happened to her. Well turns out something did but nothing like she was making it out to be. I thought the ending in this one was too one-sided and unfair and couldn't stand the woman but overall the story was cute/funny and filled with action. This couple is seen in the 3rd book 'Ace is Wild' and I liked her better the few scenes she was in there.
Again, similar to All Jacked Up if you've read that but with a more demanding woman and some deception.
Alex Scott lives in the Colorado wilderness, and studies Mountain Lions. One day, she sees a man drop out of an airplane, and he lives! Alex's life is never the same. Good, romantic suspense. Plenty of action, and romance, even though the story seems to be drawn out. Good book.