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Expecting Trouble (Texas Paternity #3)

3.79 of 5 stars 3.79  ·  rating details  ·  38 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Agent Cal Rico knew that Jenna Laniere was lying. But then he discovered that she was only trying to protect her baby from an untrustworthy ex and his ruthless associates. A deadly game of cat and mouse forced Jenna into hiding. And if Cal didn't help, the struggling single mother would have nowhere else to run. So it didn't matter that claiming the child as his own would ...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published January 2nd 2009 by Harlequin Intrigue (first published January 1st 2009)
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EXPECTING TROUBLE was okay. It lacked in the romance department while the mystery behind who hired who and who’s to trust, bloomed.

Agent Cal Rico is on his way to a promotion two years earlier than normal when he’s called into his superior’s office about heiress Jenna Laniere. Cal and his team extracted Jenna about a year ago in a case surrounding her criminal ex-boyfriend.

He’s shocked when he’s told Jenna listed him as the father of her 3 month old daughter, Sophie. Although there was definit
Sep 27, 2013 Kelly added it  ·  review of another edition
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Since I DNF, I won't give a star rating. I got about 24% into the book and literally could not make myself keep reading. Nothing about any of the characters seemed realistic, and the whole "bad guys want me for my accounting firm!" was one of the most idiotic premises I've ever read. Seriously, there were way easier ways for the criminals to launder money, not least of which would have been bribing some other accounting firm into doing it for them. They didn't need to target some heiress account ...more
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Texas author, Delores Fossen, wore combat boots. Yep. During her five year assignment at RAF Lakenheath, England, this former Air Force captain often wore not only combat boots but also full chemical gear during simulated attacks. In fact, that's how she met her husband, Tom, an Air Force Top Gun. They were both in charcoal suits and gas masks, with every inch of their skin covered, and yet Tom as ...more
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