Badge Of Honor (Trinity Street West, #6)
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Badge Of Honor (Trinity Street West #6)

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Rank had its privileges...but that didn't include getting involved with a subordinate. Police chief Miguel de los Reyes had worked with Sergeant Kit Walker for years, but never this closely. Now he found himself looking for excuses to be near her, to touch her...and to ravish her irresistible mouth with his.

All Kit ever wanted was to be a cop. There was no room in her life

Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 1st 1998 by Silhouette Books (first published July 1st 1998)
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Miguel is the police chief of Trinity West and he is very well liked and respected. He's a man of honour and after 2 years he's managed to make his force one of the best and clean up the streets. He was injured badly when the last chief was murdered and is a lonely man. He lost his beloved wife to cancer 6 years ago and that combined with his position acts as a barrier.

Kit is a woman in a man's world. She lost her cop fiancee 11 years ago and since then vowed she didn't want to be put in that p...more
Very good! The only thing that left me disappointed is that the book was too short!! I'd liked to read more about Miguel and Kit.

I love those kinds of character, strong people, with strong and willful minds. They love each other and they think about it, being their positions so vulnerable.

A very good book.

BTW, I'm reading the next one (Clay Yeager's redemption) again, the first time I read it I had no idea of the connections but now I think I'll read this book with different eyes.
Jessica Poole
I really liked the book. Kit and Miguel were both very strong characters. The plot was good and I was overjoyed when Robards got the boot. The problem I did have was I thought I would never finish it. Sometimes it seemed a chore to pick it up and read.
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