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Nick Blacksheep was an outsider to all: the police force, his community and the women he kept at arm's length. Experienced in modern warfare, the tall Navajo's imposing spirit recalled the intensity of his ancestors. His heart incapable of wounding, Nick was the fiercest protector beautiful Drew Simmons could have ever imagined—or desired.

With contract killers on her tail,...more
ebook, Harlequin Intrigue #1225, 224 pages
Published August 2010 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 2010)
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Kay
Apr 18, 2013 Kay rated it 4 of 5 stars
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4 Stars ~ When Drew was nearly abducted, she was forced into protective custody. She's a small town librarian who after budget cuts takes a job working for the local police department in their records department. She's heard of Nick through the PD grapevine, not only does he have a rep for getting his man, but he's also a bit of a loose canon. But Drew's instincts tell her that Nick's a man she can count on. Nick's amazed at the determination of the would be kidnapper-killer to get his hands on...more
Wminbc
I picked this one up at the local second hand shop for 0.69$ and it was very good. I really enjoyed Nick and his brother...the heroine was very capable and even though the whole virgin thing in the late twenties is a stretch, it seemed to work. The one intimate scene is very discrete and restrained, but the sexual tension was well worth the read.
I haven't read any of the Intrigue series, but I am sure that I would like too...if anyone knows of some of these with a bit higher steam factor, I wou...more
OctoberWoman
The first line reads: "Wherever Nick Blacksheep went, trouble usually followed."

Good opening line, cuz we all love those bad boys, right? Nick Blacksheep is a detective and veteran of the Afghan war, whose memories and nightmares of the things he saw and went through in Afghanistan have left him scarred, physically and emotionally. Drew Simmons has just gotten her dream librarian job, but while waiting for the position to start she’s also taken a position in the records dept. at the police stati...more
Cherisse
Typical Harlequin Intrigue title: ex-Marine cop ordered to guard temp city worker (wanted to be librarian but no job).
Kris
This one was better than the other I read, but I still don't like the "Native man, white woman" trope.
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Aimee and David Thurlo are the authors of the Ella Clah mysteries, the Sister Agatha mysteries, the Lee Nez vampire novels all set in New Mexico. David grew up on the Navajo Indian Nation, and Aimee, a native of Cuba, has lived in the southwest for forty years
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