AWOL with the Operative
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AWOL with the Operative

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Eve Warren made a sworn promise—she'd never tell the FBI her real connection to mob informant Charlie Fowler. When he's found dead, we-have-ways-to-make-you-talk agent Sam McDonough wants to know everything. But as the gruff, gorgeous G-man escorts Eve from the Yukon for questioning, their chopper is shot down, crashing in the frozen Canadian wilderness. Suddenly, Sam's me...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published January 24th 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Susan
Good book. I liked Eve. She appeared to cope well with all the events that happened and didn't panic. She really showed her capabilities when they were at the lake. I also liked the way that she could see that something was haunting Sam, and wanted to help - and didn't want to give up on him. Sam was fighting his demons, and didn't want any help from Eve. He just wanted to keep her safe and then disappear into the sunset. His memory loss gave Eve the chance to get to know him without those effec...more
Stacey Netzel
This romantic suspense delivers on both—a hot romance to melt away the winter chills and plenty of suspense to keep you turning the pages. I really enjoyed this chase through the Canadian wilderness and look forward to more books from this author.
Kathy B. (Tx)
I thought the initial attraction was a little forced, but a good romance once it got going.
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I need to read this. Amnesia and wilderness survival. What could be better? ;-)
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