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In the Enemy's Arms (Calloway Brothers - Copper Lake #9)
It was supposed to be a routine trip to Cozumel to provide medical care for the orphaned girls of La Casa. But instead of the bustling joy of a full house, Dr. Cate Calloway finds silence, threats—and danger. And the only person she can turn to for help is the last man she wants to see.The spoiled playboy buddy of her ex-husband, Justin Seavers has never been a man Cate co...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published June 19th 2012 by Harlequin
(first published January 1st 2012)
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Jun 10, 2012 Saly rated it 4 of 5 stars
This truly was about enemies turned lovers and the process took time, they had know each other for thirteen years, Cate and Justin and met when Cate started dating Justin's best friend Trent. They never liked each other even when Cate married Trent and Justin told her that she didn't deserve him, what she didn't know was that he meant that Trent wasn't good enough for her and that proved true. Cate was one her way to be a doctor while Trent and Justin were trust fund babies only out to have a go...more
Jun 09, 2012 Susan rated it 4 of 5 stars
Pretty good book. I enjoyed the general story, of taking on child traffickers, and falling in love along the way. It did keep me turning the pages, waiting to see what was going to happen next, and how Cate and Justin were going to overcome the latest challenge. It was a little hard to believe that two total amateurs were able to do so much, but reality isn't always expected. I really liked Justin. He was very willing to do what needed to be done to solve the problem, and was pretty quick to see...more
ER physician, Dr Cate Calloway, travels to Cozumel to provide medical care for the orphans at La Casa. When she arrives, she finds all of the children gone along with the director. Justin Seavers, a friend of Cate's ex-husband is the only person there. Justin tells Cate that the director has been kidnapped. Cate and Justin must find a way to free the director and solve the mystery of what had happened to the girls who had been adopted to families in the U.S.
This book follows one of the last characters in the Copper Lake series. Overall the series has been one of my favorites. One of the things about Marilyn Pappano's books, is that one or more of the main characters almost always has to realize that they made some mistake in their past in judgement. This book was no exception. They are quick reads, but enjoyable.