Holding Her Own [NOOK Book]

Overview

Pretending to be newlyweds is a dangerous game…particularly if you’re falling in love.

FBI Special Agent in Charge Caitlin Chaney believes in doing things strictly by the book. It’s the only way to prove she’s earned her rank despite her father’s position in the federal government. Just her luck, she’s been teamed with an agent who’s known for following his instincts, not the rules. To her way of thinking, Agent Jake LeFevre is a screw up and ...

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Overview

Pretending to be newlyweds is a dangerous game…particularly if you’re falling in love.

FBI Special Agent in Charge Caitlin Chaney believes in doing things strictly by the book. It’s the only way to prove she’s earned her rank despite her father’s position in the federal government. Just her luck, she’s been teamed with an agent who’s known for following his instincts, not the rules. To her way of thinking, Agent Jake LeFevre is a screw up and bound to trash her operation—and career.

Jake is used to running undercover ops his way, and he’s not too happy with his new boss—an accountant, no less, whose undercover experience is limited at best. He needs a partner who can hold her own, not a prima donna.

At first the sparks that fly between them aren’t the good kind. From the very beginning, their cover as madly-in-love newlyweds at a New Orleans casino is tested to the max. But as they work together to find a missing whistleblower in a money-laundering scheme, their admiration grows to respect—and something more.

Then Jake discovers the casino CFO is someone he loved as a teenager. If the woman recognizes him, things could go sideways, and fast—and in a way that could leave their bodies—and hearts—in pieces.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605040684
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 7/15/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 327
  • Sales rank: 520,414
  • File size: 2 MB

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    I never ever ever review books, but this honestly was the worst book I ever read! I honestly feel really bad saying that, as I respect authors completely, but this was BAD! The characters are awful, and with a setting like New Orleans I expected so much more, the descriptions were almost non-existant which made me think that this could be in any city.
    The relationship between them is "I love her" "I can't be with her" "I love her" "We'll make this work" "This won't work" "I love her" "There isn't a chance" back and forth!!! It drove me nuts! It seemed like the author threw in every possible thing she could to try to make it interesting!
    One person dies, then totally un-related another person dies, then towards the end of the book her tone changes and she throws in some dirty words and it was just so bizarre!
    Please save yourself the trouble. I read about 4-5 books a week, I'm a very avid reader, and I honest to goodness quit with only 15 pages left. I just really didn't care what happened! It was so bad!

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