Series: Shadow Agents

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Alpha One by Cynthia Eden1
Guardian Ranger by Cynthia Eden2
Sharpshooter by Cynthia Eden3
Glitter and Gunfire (Harlequin IntrigueShadow Agents) by Cynthia Eden4
Undercover Captor (Harlequin IntrigueShadow Agents: Guts a) by Cynthia EdenShadow Agents: Guts and Glory - 5
The Girl Next Door (Harlequin IntrigueShadow Agents: Guts a) by Cynthia EdenShadow Agents: Guts and Glory - 6
Evidence of Passion (Shadow Agents: Guts and Glory) by Cynthia EdenShadow Agents: Guts and Glory - 7
Way of the Shadows (Shadow Agents: Guts and Glory) by Cynthia EdenShadow Agents: Guts and Glory - 8

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  4. Maverick Sheriff (Sweetwater Ranch) by Delores Fossen (2014)
  5. Bodyguard Under Fire (Harlequin Intrigue) by Elle James (2013)
  6. The Marine Next Door (Harlequin Intrigue Series) by Julie Miller (2012)
  7. Seized by the Sheik by Ann Voss Peterson (2011)
  8. Cowboy Cop by Rita Herron (2012)
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  10. Midnight Rescue by Elle Kennedy (2012)
  11. Christmas at Cardwell Ranch (Harlequin Intrigue) by B.J. Daniels (2013)
  12. Ruthless by HelenKay Dimon (2013)
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Series description

The Shadow Agents, a group of elite Spec Ops - focuses on strong, hot heroes, high stakes action and adventure, and, of course, romance.

Series lists includes "Shadow Agents" and "Shadow Agents: Guts and Glory" series.

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