Book: Special Agent Francesca (Undercover FBI Book 1) by Mimi Barbourcategories: Book, Humorous Romance, Woman Detective, Woman Slueth, Fast-Paced Thriller, Mystery, Police Procedural, Action, FBI, International Crime, Mob, Las Vegas, Romantic Suspense
Mimi Barbourabout this book: Is being a superior agent more important than love?
Special Agent Francesca's secret ambition is to prove to her successful mother that, not only can she can be as good an agent as she was, but better. As much as she dislikes physical violence, it follows her like a shadow and this she's not one to back away. Nothing scares this woman - flying her own plane, driving like a lunatic, even men twice her size. On the other hand, romance sends her in a tailspin, and when she meets Sean Collins, she just can't seem to keep it together.
Playing at being a body guard as a special favor to a buddy, Sean is fascinated with the woman in his charge. Francesca's annoying, hard-headed and won't take advice. On the other hand, she's stunningly beautiful, and her naivety about men and romance is a real turn-on. One minute he's hoping to attract her and the next he's in danger, trying to keep her alive.
• "Excellent! The chemistry between Frankie and Sean sizzles. The action keeps you on the edge of your seat! I didn't want to put this book down. I look forward to more books in this series." — Laura
• "Absolutely five stars! I adore all of Mimi Barbour's books. This new one about an FBI agent is great and I'm looking forward to sequels." — Bernie
From the author:
Once I finished the Vegas Series, I just knew I had to write more suspense stories with romance and humor. When I'm in the middle of creating these types of conflicts, where the heroines are kick-ass and the heroes love them that way, I feel grounded and really happy.
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