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    Great Romantic Suspense

    The second book in this series is as breathtaking as the first! I loved this book. Threats, imprisonment, car chases, kidnapping, shoot outs, murder, with parental love, romance, and some very steamy scenes, then on to suspense and international intrigue. Yes, I really loved this book! Fast paced and difficult to put down, I read this in one afternoon. Continuing the saga of Callahan Security, this is Lacy and Logan’s story. Lacy was introduced to Logan in the first book of the series, since she is Alex’s best friend. The story line of the first book is briefly discussed, and it is the reason Logan has gone to the Bahamas. He needs to know what Lacy knows about the technology that Callahan Security is guarding. Her secrets are buried much more deeply and might get them killed. Is it because of the new technology or who Lacy truly is? Lacy and Logan are both attorneys and have done battle in court, but they both have secrets they don’t want to share. There is an attraction between them, but neither of them are willing to act on it…yet. Now that they’re in the Bahamas and on the run together, sparks and bullets fly. The lines between right and wrong seem to be blurred as the story unfolds. If you like romantic suspense, this book is for you! Ms. Matthews is a new author, and her first book, Break and Enter, was also fabulous. You don’t absolutely have to read Break and Enter before Smash and Grab, but they’re both fabulous and I think you’d understand the dynamics of the relationships better if you do read them in order. I can’t wait for the next book in this series and look forward to following Ms. Matthews career.

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