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    Title: Crossfire Christmas- The Precinct Book 23 Author: Julie Miller Publisher: Harlequin Intrigue Published: 10-21-2014 Pages: 220 Genre: Mystery, Thrillers & Suspense Sub-Genre: Crime; Murder; Series; Action: Holidays ISBN: 9781373697977 ASIN: B00K9ZXY1S Reviewed For NetGalley and Harlequin Reviewer: DelAnne Rating: 4.5 Stars An injured undercover agent must keep an innocent nurse from getting caught in the crossfire in the latest installment of The Precinct With his life bleeding out from bullet wounds and a car crash, Charles Nash's best option is to kidnap the innocent nurse who stops to help him. At gunpoint, the jaded DEA undercover agent offers Teresa Rodriguez a desperate deal: if she keeps him alive long enough to find out who's blown his cover and set him up to die, she'll be home for Christmas. As the two go on the run from an unknown killer, the Good Samaritan gives Nash a bad case of unprofessional desire. He's drawn to the sexy little spitfire for her bravery, boldness and attitude. But how can he count on kissing her under the mistletoe when so many enemies are working to ensure they don't make it to the holidays? Now that is an original opening to a suspense thriller. It is surprising that Theresa was able to trust her instincts after Nash's desperate actions. There are moments of humor to keep the drama from becoming to heavy. Both the characters and the plot are well thought out and written. You will find yourself on your toes with your own touch of paranoia as you follow the clues and continuous action of Crossfire Christmas. My rating of "Crossfire Christmas-The Precinct " is 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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