ALLIE K. ADAMS SERIES:
Christmas turns to chaos when the senior agents of TREX get together in Seattle for the holidays. What’s a forced reunion without a little laughter, a few tears, and a couple fistfights?Christmas turns to chaos when the senior agents of TREX get together in Seattle for the holidays. What’s a forced reunion without a little laughter, a few tears, and a couple fistfights?After too many hours under the same roof, too many alphas, and too little patience, tempers snap. The agents are out of their element in more ways than one, especially when the special director drops a bomb no one saw coming.It takes a 12-year-old autistic boy and his faithful companion to remind them all of the true meaning of Christmas. His appearance and the reason behind it reminds the agents why they’re together in the first place.
After being badly injured on a mission, spec ops agent David Snyder is offered a transfer to one of the sideline divisions of TREX. Even Charis McKoy, the brainy, mouthwatering brunette sent in to coordinate the transfer isn't enough to sway his allegiance to the frontline spec ops division. He'd rather cut off vital parts of his anatomy than work the sidelines. He's frontline and always will be.
Charis has the handsome agent in her sights, in every sense of the word. He may be part of the all-bronze-no-brains spec ops division she despises, but he is also more perfectly chiseled than the statue bearing his name.
When TREX pairs them up to find a cyber-terrorist threatening to destroy the nation's techno-infrastructure, the best frontline agent and the best sideline agent must work side-by-side to stop the madman before he strikes again. Racing to stay one step ahead, they enter into a dangerous game where the hunter becomes the hunted.
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