She's not only a cop, she's a woman from a traditional Chinese family. Mei Lu Ling's parents strongly disapprove of her career, but she's determined not to let her personal life interfere with her workespecially now that she's been handed a case involving the theft of Chinese antiquities. A case that may implicate her father
Maintaining the precarious balance between her private and professional lives becomes even more difficult when she's assigned to work with Cullen Archer, an insurance investigator with ties to Interpol. Mei finds Cullen, single father of eight-year-old twins, far too attractive for her peace of mind. But she's thrilled that Cullen is just as attracted to hereven if falling in love complicates everything else in her life!
|Series:||Women in Blue , #5|
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About the Author
Roz Fox, a.k.a Roz Denny and Roz Denny Fox began her writing career with Harlequin Books in 1989, and has since written nearly 50 romances centered around home, love, and family for Harlequin Romance, Super Romance, American, Signature Select, Everlasting Love, and online serials for eharlequin. Roz currently resides in Tucson, Arizona.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
After six years on the force, Mei Lu Ling is prompted to lieutenant in Houston¿s White Collar Crimes Division. She is working undercover when her boss Chief Tanner (see next month¿s ¿Women in Blue¿ for her tale) reassigns her to work a smuggling case involving stolen Asian artifacts, which worries her because her father and brother sell high end Asian art. ........................... Her first assignment is to translate a note from Chinese to English for insurance investigator Cullen Archer, a divorced father raising two fraternal eight year old twins, Belinda and Bobby. Upon first meeting, Cullen and Mei are attracted to one another, but he becomes wary when she tells him who her father is as he is the prime suspect. As they work together, they fall in love, but her family remains in the forefront of their investigation though their alibis seem airtight.................... The fifth Women in Blue police procedural romance is a terrific insightful look at the Houston based American-Chinese community that along with a strong investigation filled with red herrings and one gigantic final twist will please sub-genre readers. The story line grips the audience as Cullen and Mei fall in love, but he wonders if she is in cahoots with her father and brother as he believes they head the smuggling ring. His twins add chaos while her family and the other Blue Knightettes provide depth to a fine tale although the final spin occurs too abruptly and seemingly out of character for the mastermind................... Harriet Klausner