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Blaze of Glory by Catherine Mann
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Jun 10, 2009

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bookshelves: romantic-suspense
Read in May, 2009

Hero’s one of Mann’s patented Air Force guys. Heroine is a reservist, a psychologist who works as a police profiler in her dayjob. They had a hot fling during a posting to Iraq, and she broke it off when they returned home. But neither has been able to forget the other, and she’s maneuvered her way onto a posting to check out a situation in Africa, because her father’s involved in the “situation.” He’s a brilliant scientist who also happens to be bi-polar, and he hasn’t called in a while, so she’s worried. And then there’s the issue of the hot hero. Good story. The bad guys are a bit on the bizarre side—but then real life bad guys often are, so...
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