Lane Hanson made a huge mistake. Six months ago he walked out on Frankie Douglas in the middle of the night and hasn’t spoken to her since, the problem being is that his feelings for Frankie are what scared him. Now he needs her help to go undercover as his wife.
Frankie Douglas hasn’t forgiven Lane Hanson for disappearing on her. When she is asked to particiapate in an undercover op to prevent more murders of young women and a potential baby trafficking ring, can Frankie put her personal feelings aside and work professionally with Lane.
Living together just may be too much for both Lane and Frankie but when emotions take over will it put their operation at risk?
Interesting plot line which was completely different to the first book. I did find however that some of the story was completely pointless, for instance when Frankie did the PI ‘stuff’ going against Lane it was never actually used to any potential. Also as detectives I feel that they could have solved this investigation a lot faster than they did. It seemed that they had clues but didn’t put 2 and 2 together until the very last minute causing the reader (me) to get a little frustrated. Saying all that, it was an enjoyable read and the writing style has improved since the first book.
It was good to find out about Anne and Michael from the first book and how they were incorporated into this story. We also get introduced to other characters, two of which will be the focus of the next book.
This is an easy read romanctic suspense series with some good characters and interesting storylines.