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  • Chemistry, heat, healing and...

    Crossing the Line Paul is a loving father, driven police detective and grieving widower. Megan has become an invaluable part of his household caring for his young daughter Chloe. He struggles with guilt and intense emotions regarding his wife's death. Megan has had some bumps and rough times in her life, but is happier and more secure than she could have hoped. I enjoyed the characters of Paul, Megan, Chloe and Janey (his police partner) who had personality and chemistry. Hands down Megan made this story come alive. She knew what she wanted and went after it, coaxing Paul into finding love again. When danger strikes close to home, Paul will pull out all the stops. Seducing Janey Janey has forged a career in law enforcement, using intelligence and determination. Her life in the big city is just what she sought after leaving her small hometown. When her case bears similarities to another, Janey finds herself working with small town Liberty, Indiana deputy Kyle. He is loving and protective of his sister and young nephew. The attraction between the pair in visceral, and mutual. While working together, Kyle challenges Janey's beliefs of what could be. I enjoyed both books featuring relatable, likable everyday heroes and heroines.

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