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She’s become his whole world…and she’s under fire
Ever since forensics analyst Shaye Mallory survived a police-station shootout, Detective Cole Walker has felt personally responsible for her well-being. Then another shooter takes aim at Shaye. Cole decides the only thing he can do is stay right by her side until he finds the man who wants her dead.
Cole knows that he must set aside his attraction to Shaye if he’s going to do his job. But as the days—and nights—go on, it becomes harder and harder to resist his feelings. And, as danger moves ever closer to them both, Shaye realizes that her safety might cost her the life of the man she loves.
The Lawmen: Bullets and Brawn
4 1/2 STARS!
Danger strikes when she least expects it! Yet again Shaye Mallory finds herself dodging for cover as someone comes out of the woodwork and starts shooting at her ... what happened to her quiet life?? With the second in this spin-off series, Elizabeth Heiter brings us Cole Walker's story. We met him in his brother Andre Diaz's book last month, and Shaye was instrumental in helping them save Juliette in that story as well. The characters mesh well and are all passionate about their work and protecting those they love. The fact that the brother's are always ready to jump when the other calls, even if it's for a stranger they haven't met means a lot. The background story that they brought up in the first book was mentioned in this one too, but fell to the way side a little too much. I'm looking forward to getting answers to that in the next boo k.
As the sole survivor of a police station shoot-out last year, forensic analyst Shaye Mallory has had a lot to deal with. She's just getting back in the swing of things at work when she finds herself the target of a gunman yet again. She gladly accepts help and protection from her friend and co-worker Cole Walker.
Cole has been attracted to Shaye ever since the day he met her two years ago, and the feeling is definitely mutual, but it's taking her being in danger yet again for them to get close to acting on that attraction! Will they push it away again, or day after day of being in close quarters finally have them relenting and admitting what they feel?