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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

A Death in Sweden by Kevin Wignall

Who said romance and death don't mix?
Dan Hendricks plays a role in the CIA most people don't realize exists.  His mercenary work leaves him little in life to call a solid background.  He likes it that way.
Given the task to find a man who doesn't exist, he doesn't question the motive.
Inger, Swedish Secret Service, conveniently meets up with Dan just in time to save him from the foreign thugs trying to take him out.  A Death in Sweden by Kevin Wignall
Working with a partner is unusual for Dan, but Inger has knowledge and connections that may be useful.  He finds her attractive while he can't believe himself for thinking this way during such a critical case.
Inger announces her sexual preference of women in order to keep it all business.
The close calls, people chasing and dying, and their ultimate goal bring Inger and Dan as close as the clothes on their backs.  Even closer when the clothes comes off.
The reality of their work and lives is a mountain to cross if they want to admit the attraction and love building amid the danger.
An exhilarating read between the foreign lands, covert work, and dangerous love.  I enjoyed feeling as if I followed them, heart racing during attacks and sentimental moments.

Happy reading,

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