About the Book
is the only way to stay alive.
Going undercover as a nanny brings presumed-dead ex-US Marshal Kylie Stone closer to catching the man who murdered the witness in her protection—and also killed Texas Ranger Luke Dryden’s sister. When someone tries to kidnap the twins in her care, Kylie must tell their uncle the truth…and convince Luke to help her. But will revealing her identity put all their lives at stake?
In My Opinion
Hidden identity, a rogue undercover agent, twins, and tons of action are just a few of the things I enjoyed about Connie Queen’s debut novel.
I love a book with a good twist, and after an intense ride through most of the story, Justice Undercover delivers just that little bit of unexpected to make it memorable. And the romance builds just right throughout the book
Queen immersed me in her story, and I sympathized with Kylie and her situation from the get-go. And then there’s Luke, the tough Texas Ranger with protective instincts who is just a little bit clueless when it comes to Kylie’s skills.
If this is what Queen starts with, I look forward to reading many more excellent romantic suspense stories from her.
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