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- Print Length: 358 pages
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- Publisher: Twintype Books LLC (February 8, 2018)
- Publication Date: February 8, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079QGDJNC
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She’s to infiltrate one of the most dangerous Russian crime families and find out exactly how to take them down. Instead she meets a man that has the ability to steal her breath as well as her heart.
David Coburn has spent years working for MI6. He’s the best at what he does and high enough to not have to make explanations. And then he meets the newest American operative…
Vivian is the woman that he always wanted – beautiful with a wickedly sharp mind to match. And he just helped to send her into the lion’s den.
With danger all around them, Vivian and David find a love that they would risk everything for. But if they both make it out alive, love might not be enough to keep them together.
One of the reasons that we love this series from Kate McNeil so much is that each of the books are as thrilling as they are passionate. The characters are whip-smart and the locations add just the right amount of exotic mystery.
Sub Rosa takes all of the things that we love most about thrillers and romance and blends them into a genre all its own. And we are can hardly wait to see what happens next…
That ending though! Without giving too much away, the ending makes me want to reread "Pistils" to see if I can glean any satisfying info.