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SNOWBOUND: The Protectors Series - Book Two…

SNOWBOUND: The Protectors Series - Book Two

by Karen Fenech

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Loved this book. The suspense grabbed me at the beginning & kept me reading until I finished. The dialogue & plot keeps you on your toes as you read & the writer tosses in unexpected twists to keep you going. On to Book 3! ( )
  Pam50627 | Jan 8, 2017 |
No time is wasted in throwing the reader right into the action in this suspenseful thriller. FBI Agent Mallory Burke’s cover’s been blown and she’s tied up in the back of a car being taken to the leader of a human trafficking ring. Luck is on her side when that location happens to be up in the mountains where its currently snowing heavily. She manages to get away when the vehicle crashes and then passes out in front of a cabin.

Gage Broderick isn’t too happy to open the door and have a woman fall into his arms. He’s on leave from the police department and wants nothing to do with people. Its not till much later in the book we find out why Gage is so antisocial and crabby and its heartbreaking. Mallory after what’s she’s been through isn’t too trusting of Gage at first but its not long before they call a truce and Gage works to get her back to town so she can tell the FBI what she knows. Gage decides to stay in town and help Mallory find the missing girls and to take down the leader.

The pace of this one changed a lot. Sometimes that doesn’t work but it certainly did here. This isn’t an overly long book but its got everything it needs to keep you on the edge of your seat and flipping the pages.
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  CindySnS | Oct 26, 2016 |
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When her cover is blown in a criminal operation to apprehend a human trafficker, FBI Special Agent Mallory Burke is put in a car destined for a mountain cabin to be tortured and killed. But a snow storm results in an accident that leaves all but Mallory dead and she finds herself in the midst of the raging storm and in the care of Police Captain Gage Broderick. Mallory's relief that Gage is a cop is short lived. He has secrets of his own. Gage is haunted by an incident in his recent past. The last thing he wants is to become embroiled in Mallory's investigation - or to feel this powerful attraction to her.… (more)

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