Series: Last Chance Rescue #7
Published by Ballantine on September 6, 2011
Genres: Romantic Suspense
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Honor Stone is a young, idealistic FBI agent when her path collides with Seth Cavanaugh. For a girl who has never walked on the wild side, the dark and dangerous Seth is a temptation she can't refuse. But then Seth walks out the door and out of her life.
Five years later, Honor is an operative with the elite Last Chance Rescue organization, and Seth is a desperate ex-cop searching for his missing niece—one of many young women who have mysteriously vanished from college campuses. Going undercover, Honor will attract the maniacal cult leader behind the kidnappings and find a way to work with Seth—while steering clear of the passion and need that's just one touch away from explosion.
Seth knows he had all the right reasons for the wrong he did five years ago. And from the moment he sees her—and takes her in his arms again—this former undercover man will risk everything for one more chance with Honor.
Former Houston Detective Seth Cavanaugh has to suddenly and brutally sever his relationship with FBI Agent Honor Stone in order to protect her. Now it’s five years later and she’s an LCR operative and he needs their help in finding his niece who’s disappeared. They’re thrown together for the mission and both are struggling with their unresolved feelings.
I loved these two characters and how they dealt with each other when they were forced to reconnect. Theirs was a mature relationship and neither shied away from being honest and forthright about their feelings…no silly, drawn out drama…just two people struggling to cope and communicate while on the job.
The case was unusual in that it focused on a delusional and dangerous cult leader, unknown to anyone. Finding the connections was problematic and the realities inside the commune were hideous. The ending was exciting, as always, and Honor was particularly impressive. I loved the romance and the suspense surrounding this investigation. Everything worked!
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