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Assumed Identity (The Precinct: Task Force #4)

4.12  ·  Rating details ·  172 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
Kansas City Hero

Scarred inside and out by a past he can't remember, Jake Lonergan doesn't know if he's a heroic undercover DEA agent or the hit man who killed him and assumed his identity. While he is determined to remain in the shadows, it's Robin Carter and her baby girl who force him back into the light. When the gorgeous single mom is attacked, Jake comes to her rescue

Mass Market Paperback, Intrigue #1427, 224 pages
Published May 21st 2013 by Harlequin
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4-1/2 stars. Won this in a contest. Really liked Jake and how he helped Robin and had his tough heart melted by baby Emma. Robin was great but I wish she reacted a bit different when in trouble. Overall such a great read and so glad Jake found out the answers he needed so he & Robin can be together. Love seeing the characters from the series interact with our main characters - Pike(& Hans), Annie(Slugger), Nick, Spencer and even a mention of Josie & her son. Looking forward to Pike's ...more
Very good book. Robin is the single mother of a baby girl. She owns the flower shop in the area where the Red Rose Rapist has been active. When she works late one night she is attacked on the way to her car. She is saved by Jake who had been passing by and heard her scream. While Jake is glad he was able to help, he just wants to go back to his quiet life staying out of everyone's way.

I liked Robin a lot. She is a successful business owner who has become a single mother by adopting a little girl
Mar 01, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kindle, out-june-2013
Another great book by Julie Miller! I am a big fan of hers. The last couple of books weren’t fully to my liking but this was exactly what I like, minus one thing.

I loved the character of Robin. She is a single mother, who has adopted a baby girl she calls Emma. She is successful in her business and at the same time always has Emma foremost on her mind. When she is attacked and then saved by Jake, she feels there is much more to the man than what he presents himself as. I liked how they both fel
Paula Legate
I loved this book, and this series. I can’t wait for the next one to come out! I love all the twist, and turns, action, suspense, and romance.

Jake has amnesia, and can’t remember if he is a good guy, or bad guy or anything about his life. He couldn’t sleep after waking up from a nightmare, so he went for a walk in the rain late at night. He heard a scream, and went to see what was happening. He fought the guy that was attacking Robin. He stayed with her that night until the police got there, th
In this story, we have Jake who lost his memories. He has been like that for two years. He keeps having nightmares, where he kills. It's after waking up of one of his nightmares, that he decides to take a walk and ends up rescuing Robin of some man trying to rape/kill her.

Even if he didn't want to at first, he keeps protecting Robin and her daughter Emma because it seems the person who tried to kill her, wasn't exactly the Red Rose Rapist. Maybe is someone related to Emma.

I liked Jake very much.
Jun 03, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: contemporary
Ok, more like a 3.5. There were moments that the h had me shaking my head. So she owned a florist shop right in the area the serial rapist targeted women. And... she worked late? Didn't have a trusted employee hang around? Even better, she never suspected that her books being off were because someone might be helping themselves to her inventory. Yeah; bit slow on the uptake there.

The H... I got. he didn't remember his name, or whether he was a good guy or not, so he tried to avoid drawing attent
May 30, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I loved that Assumed Identity didn't fit the usual pattern of this series. It was fresh and definitely fit the "Intrigue" category. It definitely finished with a twist and leads seamlessly to her next book. I can't wait for it to come out!
Apr 17, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: amnesia
Quick read,so not very detailed or in depth but I still liked it. More of a beauty and the beast type story than an amnesia story. I did like it and hope to see Jake and Robin in the next installment of this Precinct series by Julie Miller
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"Miller drags in the whole KCPD crew of officers into a murky tale of violence and trots out a hero for the new millennium in tough and sexy Jake." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 1/2 stars

Miniseries: The Precinct: Task Force
Category: Suspense
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4.7 Star Review – Assumed Identity

I recommend this book.

I enjoyed this book by Julie. This book includes passion, laughs, heartache, suspense, stalking, and gun fights in this story.

Jake Lonergan lost his memory after being shot in the head. He has horrible nightmares but does not know what they mean. While out walking one night after a nightmare he hears screaming and save a lady from an attacker.

Robin Carter awakes after passing out from the pain of a beating to Jake standing over her. Once s
Sep 11, 2015 rated it really liked it
Mystery man saves a damsel in distress but doesn't want to. Tries to leave her alone but she's always in danger. She has a cute-as-anything-baby, too, just irresistible even for a mystery man.

The KCPD Task Force is still working to find the Rose Red Rapist and his accomplice/helper. When the owner of the floral shop in the area is attacked one night leaving work, the mystery man saves the day. The task force wants to find the connection, since Robin was left without being sexually assaulted. The
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Jami Dutcher
Aug 07, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I love Julie Miller's books. They are each great as a stand alone story but they are also great if you like series books. I am a series book lover and have read all of Julie's books. You can't go wrong either way.
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Dec 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Loved it! I can't wait to read the next book!
Great, Read Julie!
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Jun 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing
as usual a fantastic book by julie miller. I love that her characters aren't always perfect.
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