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Captain's Call of Duty (The Kelley Legacy #6)

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"Mendez? What happened to you?"
Captain Jim Kelley was thunderstruck. Suddenly Alexandra Mendez had gone from one of the guys, kid sister and tomboy to all woman. Alex was under his command on a dangerous undercover mission, but Jim had to keep reminding himself they were only pretending to be lovers.
Alex had loved Jim all her life, but they'd always been just friends. No
ebook, 224 pages
Published December 1st 2011 by Harlequin Romantic Suspense (first published January 1st 2011)
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Kathy B. (Tx)
This is the last book in the very satisfying Kelly Legacy series. Non-stop action as the story comes to a close. BTW, the romance was great, too!
Fantastic conclusion to the Kelley Legacy series. I loved the way that Alex was so very good at what she did. Jim and Alex had know each other for most of their lives, but Jim had never really looked at her before. When Alex got assigned to his unit, she found herself being treated as "one of the guys", even though she longed to be seen as a woman. Jim was floored when she appeared for a DC fundraiser all dolled up. As they got further into their investigation of the assassination plot, their re ...more
Cathy Beckett
Final installment of The Kelley Legacy was action packed and kept me engaged the entire book. Loved, loved, loved this book.
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