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Task Force Bride (Harlequin Intrigue Series #1444)

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  • Posted September 9, 2013

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    4.7 Star Review ¿ Task Force Bride (The Precinct: Task Force #5)

    4.7 Star Review – Task Force Bride (The Precinct: Task Force #5)
    I recommend this book.
    I enjoyed this book by Julie. This book includes passion, laughs, heartache, and betrayal.
    If you have not read the below from this series I would recommend reading those books first they are all by Julie.
    The Marine Next Door
    Kansas City Cowboy
    Tactical Advantage
    Assumed Identity



    Pike Taylor is part of the Task force in charge of solving the Rose Red Rapist case. Hope Lockhart is a woman that owns a business in the neighborhood he is watching. He has been trying to get her to talk to him for months but she is shy.
    After seeing a van that fit the description of the Rose Red Rapist and reporting it to the police. Hope becomes one person that can possibly ID the suspect. The task force decides that Pike and Hope should pretend date so Pike can be around to protect Hope and they can solve the case without worrying about Hope getting hurt.
    But she is afraid of him or his canine partner. As they are forced together in close quarters will the fear Hope has of him or his dog be overcome enough that she can let them both protect her?
    The more time they spend together the more comfortable Pike and Hope become with each other. Can they make a relationship work or are they both just pretending……

    Why is Hope so afraid of Pike’s canine partner? Will she overcome her fear? What does Hope’s father want? Who is the Rose Red Rapist?

    Love both the characters and you really feel them draw you into the story. Hope is shy but it’s great to see that Pike can help her open up even if he is using the same things on her that he would the dog.

    Look forward to the next books in this series listed below.
    Yuletide Protector by Julie Miller – Due out in December

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 5, 2013

    "Task Force Bride" was a great story that kept me turn

    "Task Force Bride" was a great story that kept me turning the pages late into the night.

    In this story, Julie Miller writes characters you care about and can relate to on several levels. The heroine, Hope, spends her life making sure the beginning of a couples "happy ever after" will be a perfect memory. As a wedding planner watching others find their true love, she fears she will never find hers...there are too many ghost from her past that keep showing up. The hero, Pike, is a K9 officer that has walked his K9 partner past her shop day after day on his beat, and though he has tried to get her attention hasn't received a bit of encouragement. But when the "Rose Red Rapist" strikes again and Hope gets a glance of him and the van he drives, Hope and Pike pretending to be a loving engaged couple may be the only chance the police have of catching the rapist. How far will they have to go?

    Loved reading this book...full of twist, turns, new found romance, and characters that realize to find their true strength they must first get out of their comfort zones.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 19, 2013

    I really enjoyed this book! Julie Miller writes great romantic

    I really enjoyed this book! Julie Miller writes great romantic suspense by creating superb characters and storylines. Not only are the characters believable and fantastic but she includes the villain's point of view so that adds to the suspense and richness of the story! Can't wait for the next book to finish the series!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted February 26, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2014

    Dust

    "I'm here to pleasure you." He said softly. "How do you want me to begin?"

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  • Posted December 6, 2013

    I loved this book so much if I could I would have given it 10 st

    I loved this book so much if I could I would have given it 10 stars. I loved Hope she is such a survivor and I loved Pike too. They were so good together. He is just the kind of man I would want in my life. Someone who is patient and willing to break down the walls that she built up. It was such a great story. I want to know what happened after !!!!!!! This is for sure a must read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2013

    Maybe

    I liked this book pretty good, but, am I missing something? Who was the Rose Red Rapist's "clean up person?" Did Julie not include that in the conclusion? That is why I gave it 3 stars.

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    Posted February 8, 2014

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