Cashmere

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Identical twins - yes. But completely different men. She loves both!

In this electrifying romantic suspense set in the steamy streets of New Orleans, Lieutenant Commander Nik Baudin, accidently meets up with an identical twin he never knew existed. When his brother Max goes missing, Nik assumes his identity as Special Agent Maximilian. This gives him access to FBI files making it easier to arrest the gangsters who attacked his brother and to stop their trafficking of underage girls. Being that Nik has specialized commando training, he's the perfect man for the job - that's if his PTSD doesn't kick in and leave him cowering in a corner.

Special Agent Maya Barnes can't believe it when she spots her partner, Max Foster, wandering along the French market without a care in the world. Since he'd been beaten and had gone missing weeks earlier, they all believed him dead. There's only one problem... though this man might look exactly like the missing agent, she knows differently. In all the years they've worked together, she's never wanted to have mind-blowing sex with her partner before.

Book Review



Nik is shocked to learn that he has a brother. Max equally so. When there mother is confronted they learn that she has believed him to be dead all these years. Before Nik can get used to having a family, Max gets into trouble. Now Nik needs to solve the crime that nearly killed Max by taking on his identity. Unfortunately he's dealing with a host of problems all his own.

When Maya, Max's partner comes face to face with Nik and assumes him to be the missing Max, she's confused. She's sure he's not Max, but then who could he be? As they fight side by side to bust a human trafficking ring, she's happy to have him along for the rather rough ride. Of course there's some other colourful characters floating around the story including Nik's tail who seems to appear and disappear whenever really needed.

There is a constant stream of action through the novel that makes you want to race and finish it. Really good book in a very good series.


1 Response
  1. Mimi Barbour Says:

    I loved this review, Cashmere. So glad you enjoyed the book :-)
    Mimi


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