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Undercover Twin (The Morgan Brothers #2)

3.81 of 5 stars 3.81  ·  rating details  ·  53 ratings  ·  14 reviews

DEA agent Nick Morgan had no choice but to break up with the love of his life, Heather Bannon. He knew that if he was seen anywhere near the gorgeous P.I., he could kiss his career goodbye. But when Heather's twin is abducted, Nick reconsiders his priorities.

As Nick leads Heather on a dangerous undercover missi
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 19th 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Paula  Phillips
Heather Bannon has the worst luck ever and it's all because of her identical twin sister Lily. Heather has always been the good twin and fixing all of Lily's mistakes but what happens when Lily's latest escapade ends up with the both of them arrested for Drugs and Smuggling and just when Heather's PI Business was starting to bloom. Even worse for Heather is that her current boyfriend - well now ex-boyfriend is the DEA agent who arrested her. Was their whole relationship based on a lie and was s ...more

4 stars

The suspense of the story was good. I had no idea who or why for the longest time.
The characters were a wide range. You were not sure who to trust if any.

Heather Bannon went into a bar to rescue her sister and they both got arrested for cocaine with intent to sell. Too make it worse her boyfriend arrested her.

Nick Morgan a DEA agent did not want to have anything else to do with Heather after he arrested her. Then he went and called in favors to have her bond reduced and got her car o
Good book with plenty of action from the beginning. Heather has started her own business as a private investigator. She also has a hunky boyfriend in DEA agent Nick Morgan. Heather also has a twin sister, Lily, who has been in constant trouble. At the beginning of the book Heather has gone looking for Lily and finds her sniffing cocaine and with a bunch of it in her backpack. As Heather is trying to get rid of it, they are caught and arrested in a DEA raid - including Nick. This ends their relat ...more
Tory Michaels
First, a disclaimer. I am a chapter-mate of Lena Diaz (and a NaNo buddy too). That only influenced me to the point where I picked her book up on NetGalley. Other than that, this review is in no way biased.

I loved this book. I even got to like Nick, though in the beginning (and even toward the end) I thought he was an arse. Then again, I can see why he'd be so careful when it came to Heather, given his career called for a squeaky clean image with no potential links to drug dealers. Still, he jump
Cindy ~ SnS Reviews
Nothing like trying to save your drug addicted twin sister by flushing the large quantity of drugs she has on her and getting busted by the DEA and arrested and the agent who arrest you is the guy you have been dating.

Heather Bannon and her twin are nothing alike. Heather has fought her whole life to become someone despite her childhood whereas her twin Lily chose the path of least resistance, drugs. In spite of all the problems that has caused Heather she still loves her sister and when she is
This book was ok. First book was better than this.
Kathryn Bain
This was my first Lena Diaz book, and I enjoyed it. I wish she had gone into a bit more about the sister's background, but she really didn't have time with the size of book it was. At times I also got irritated with the heroine because I thought she was dumb, but I see a lot of that in romantic suspense these days.

Overall, it was a good quick read. Very little cursing, and the sex scene isn't too strong (like some you read).

I would recommend it for a weekend when you want to do nothing but put
(sex, violence) From the first chapter, this book was unreal. Lily supposedly (view spoiler). It went downhill from there. Really down hill. (view spoiler) ...more
Lena Diaz did a great job on plotting this story. The story was tight and relatively fast paced with enough twists and turns to keep me guessing and reading way too late into the night. Her characters were well drawn, if flawed. the heroine was unlikeable at first, but enough growth occurred throughout the book to change my opinion. The book can stand alone, as I was not aware until now that it is captioned as book 2. I will seek out other books from Ms. Diaz.
*I received my copy from NetGalley.c
Debbie Heaton
In Diaz’s romantic intrigue novel, Heather Bannon, PI is the love of DEA agent Nick Morgan's life. To his dismay, he is forced to break up with her after she is arrested for possession—her twin sister’s stash. But when her sister is abducted by the leader of a drug cartel, Nick and Heather are forced to work together to save her and bring down a long sought drug lord. Thrown together, Nick is forced to recognize that if anything, he loves her more now than before. As Heather poses as her sister, ...more
Nicole Laverdure
Good suspense 4 stars
I read Undercover Twin by Lena Diaz and found it a good thriller. This book is part of her series The Morgan Brothers. It's fast paced and filled with action and drama. But honestly, I am a bit disappointed because I was expecting more; I loved so much her other books in her Nursery Rhyme Series. Sorry Ms. Diaz, this book was well written but it didn't grab me as much. Maybe the next one will keep me interested until the end.
Kairee Taylor
I liked the opening--great conflict kicks off the story to complicate the relationship between Nick and Heather. The pace kept me reading from the first page to the last. This was my first book by Lena Diaz and I'll definitely look for more.
While I certainly enjoyed the book, some of the emotional impact of the ending fell flat and felt rushed.
Bonnie Drummond
Great read. Strong story plot with Characters that will grab at you're heart.
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Originally from Kentucky, romantic suspense author Lena Diaz also lived in California and Louisiana before settling in northeast Florida with her husband, two children, and a Shetland Sheepdog named Sparky. A former Romance Writers of America Golden Heart finalist, she won the prestigious Daphne du Maurier award for excellence in mystery and suspense and has been a finalist in the National Excelle ...more
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