Bestselling author Dee Davis returns to her officers of A-Tac series, a group of CIA agents posing as Ivy League professors, in "Deadly Dance."
Hannah Marshall is not afraid of danger. But after a betrayal has left her partner dead, Hannah's heart has been wounded. She's not interested in getting to know the new operative, Harrison Blake, but she is forced to work with him when a student named Sara goes missing and a disturbing video surfaces.
Harrison is in pain as well - still dealing with the murder of his twin sister, Bree. And when he and Hannah find Sara's body, tortured and in a similar manner as Bree, it brings back painful memories. Both Harrison and Hannah need to rely on each other as they match wits with a frightening serial killer and lean on each other, other feelings begin to emerge.
As more girls go missing, and Harrison and Hannah's relationship deepens, little do they realize Hannah just may be in the killer's crosshairs and it may be too late for Harrison to save her!
With plenty of terrifying twists and lots of romance, this is a great read for romantic suspense fans, and Hannah and Harrison are great characters whose story will suck you in.
"Deadly Dance" is published by Warner Forever. It is $7.99 and 400 pages long.
A woman ends up in the mix of a drug smuggling operation in Jill Sorenson's "Caught in the Act."
Kari Strauss can't turn down a young friend, Maria, who works at a pottery kiln that Kari frequents. When Maria begs Kari to smuggle her into the United States, Kari's ready to say no, but Maria's determination to get in illegally makes her fear what will happen if she doesn't.
Everything seems to go smoothly, except for a run-in with a hot inspection officer, Adam Cortez. But the next thing she knows, Kari and Maria are being attacked by armed intruders, her sister's boyfriend's men. It turns out Kari's sister Sasha is involved with a drug lord named Carlos Moreno - who has decided Sasha has gotten to be too much of a nuisance. If Kari does some drug smuggling for him, he will let her sister go.
Meanwhile, Adam Cortez hasn't forgotten Kari and immediately connected her with her sister. Adam is after Moreno and sees an opportunity to take him down through Kari. But with so much danger surrounding her and the people she loves, can Kari trust Adam? But with the drug lord and investigators surrounding her, Adam may be her only salvation - one that Kari may be powerless to resist.
Combining hot romance with lots of danger, Sorenson's story will keep readers up all night turning pages.
"Caught in the Act" is published by Bantam. It is $7.99 and 400 pages long.
New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline tells a story of blended families and a questionable death in "Come Home."
Jill has moved on after her ex-husband was caught using her prescription pads illegally. Her two stepdaughters, Abby and Victoria, haven't had anything to do with her since the divorce, though she helped raise them like her own, and her ex has never spoken to her own daughter, Megan, since. That's why Jill is surprised that Abby shows up on her doorstep, drunk and distraught. It turns out Abby's father is dead, and she believes it is murder. Jill wants to be there for her former stepdaughter, but what will it cost her in her new relationships? Can she mend broken fences with both of the girls? And what really did happen to Abby's father? If it was murder, are they all in danger?
This is a powerful and emotional story of blended families and mothers and daughters, with a good helping of mystery too. Scottoline fans won't be disappointed!
"Come Home" is published by St. Martin's Press. It is $27.99 and 384 pages long.
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