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  • Exciting

    An exciting suspense filled romance that kept me entertained. Slightly predictable but overall a good read. When Maggie Sinclair left without a word a year ago for another undercover assignment, Quinn McCade didn't think he's ever see her again. Now she's calling and asking for his help. He should say no but his heart won't let him. Maggie is desperate, obviously, she called Quinn. The one man who probably hates her more than any one else. He's also the only one she can trust. She's been working over a year to bust up a prostitution ring but after removing two girls, her cover is blown and she needs Quinn's help. It's full of suspense and romance and it's a book I would definitely recommend.

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  • Predictable but enjoyable

    NEVER SURRENDER was a suspense-filled and fast-paced surprise, a bit predictable at times but entertaining nonetheless. It took several tries for me to get into it, but once I did, it was tense ride to the end. Maggie Sinclair has been undercover for the last twelve months as part of a police investigation into an underage prostitution/sex slavery ring and has been successful in getting two of the girls out but her suspicion that her cover has been blown has her reaching out to the one man she trusts - her ex-lover and fellow police officer, Quinn Keller. Quinn Keller thought that he had seen the last of Maggie Sinclair when she left to take an undercover assignment after a spectacular blow-up over her decision to go undercover, so he's very surprised to get a request for help from her but his feelings for her won't let him ignore her plea for help. Maggie's suspicions are correct, she is in danger and pulls out of the assignment in the nick of time. However, she is being painted as a traitor in league with the criminals and what follows is a race to stay ahead of the bad guys, uncover the identities of the cops who are in cahoots with the criminals and clear Maggie's name. Both Maggie and Quinn were really likable and strong characters. Quinn was easy and straightforward and a protector at the core of him. He was so protective of Maggie. I really liked that in spite of how they broke up, Quinn was quick to respond to Maggie's call for help and put himself on the line for her over and over again. Maggie was a bit more complicated. She was strong and fearless and passionate. She always struggled for her independence and was quick to challenge anyone and anything that threatened her independence but her time undercover blunted her sharp ends a little and exposed her vulnerable side. I love suspense and most times will overlook the romance or lack of it is the action is gripping enough, but I was glad that that was not the case here. Maggie and Quinn's struggle to rebuild their relationship and adapt to the changes one year apart had brought was front and center and I'm glad that Quinn was accepting of her and her secrets. Overall, this was an enjoyable story and I would recommend it to anyone who loves fast-paced action with their romance. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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