The new novel from the bestselling author of Wind River Protector.
Hide in plain sight.
For native Guatemalan Ana Navarro, nothing is more satisfying than capturing drug traffickers for the U.S. DEA. Her career has always been her focus, but just as she’s beginning to yearn for something more, she’s given a brand-new assignment with DEA agent Gabe Whitcomb. In his well-worn Stetson and boots, he’s part cowboy and part law enforcement, a combination Ana finds irresistibly sexy. But desire has no place on a job as dangerous as this one, because the drug lord they’re after is the violent fugitive who killed her father . . .
Gabe’s worked some treacherous assignments in the past, but this one raises every alarm—and not just because his partner is a gorgeous woman with the grace of a cat and a sniper’s deadly aim. He and Ana are being sent to the Wind River Valley where he grew up—and where his adoptive parents still own a ranch just eighty miles from the Elson family, who have been recruited into the ruthless Gonzalez cartel. Posing as new ranch-owners and ingratiating themselves with the Elsons to uncover evidence, Ana and Gabe can only fight the heat flaring between them until they realize that building a life together, here in Wind River, is worth risking everything for . . .
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Finding everything you need after coming home
(Wednesday, September 11, 2019)
Andy loves flying helicopters. Coming home to Wind River after leaving the service, and another crash in California, she needs time to heal. Finding out about the new airport being built, she applies for a job flying helos. The unexpected news, is when she applies to fly for the sheriff's department, the one in charge is Black Hawk pilot Dev, the man she survived with while running from the Taliban in Afghanistan. Andy and Dev's story is an emotional read, with their bond slowing making its way to an awareness of falling in love. A romantic suspense story for all ages, I look forward to what comes next in Wind River. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books for gifting me "Wind River Protector". **My opinion is my own and based on my reading of the book I received.** 4.25 Stars!