Book: Intimate Enemies (Covert Affairs Series) by Joan Swancategories: Book, Romance, Sexy, Danger, Undercover, Mexico, Human Smuggling, Gangs, Romantic Suspense
Joan Swanabout this book: "Intimate Enemies is a sexy, gritty, adrenaline rush!"
Cassie Christo returns to her childhood home in Baja, Mexico, in search of answers to the mysterious deaths of her mother and step-brother. But she's in way over her head when she walks into the middle of a tenuous gang war while her step-father is running a human smuggling ring. But without closure, her life is falling apart and she won't stop searching until she finds the truth.
Rio Santana deep undercover for the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement and just weeks away from wrapping up a year long case which involves smuggling terrorists across the Mexican border and into the US, when he is caught in a life and death tug-of-war between his boss and his boss's step-daughter who has come to town on a mission.
When Rio's attempts to control her investigation fail and his boss tells him to seduce Cassie to steer her off track, Rio is both terrified and aroused. He must find a way to complete his mission while keeping them both safe.
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