*STARRED REVIEW FROM PUBLISHERS WEEKLY*
"O’Fallon’s 23 years of experience as a federal agent shows in her attention to detail, and she peppers her fast-paced plot with plausible red herrings, keeping readers guessing right up until the pulse-pounding finale. Readers won’t want to put this one down." - PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (Click here for the full review)
"An appealing romantic couple drive this fast-paced, diverting crime tale." - Kirkus reviews
“EDGE-OF-YOUR SEAT ACTION MEETS SWOONWORTHY ROMANCE IN THE FIRST BOOK OF A NEW SERIES I CANNOT WAIT TO DEVOUR. LOOK FOR TENTSION-FILLED BANTER, HEART-STOPPING MOMENTS, AND A HEFTY DOSE OF HEAT..." - VERVE ROMANCE
“This book has everything a romantic suspense lover wants in a story… The topic is right from the headlines today. Then throw in a hot cop, a darling K-9, and a flaming hot romance, and you have a story off the charts.” - A Midlife Wife
“This book had it all! ...suspense, intrigue, action, heartache and heartbreak! It had a great who done it and a great storyline! It had my heart pounding in quite a few moments! I highly recommend reading this book and series!” - Debbie B., netgalley Reviewer
Not all heroes are human.
It should have been a routine investigation. Instead, DEA K-9 agent Adam “Deck” Decker watches in horror as one Denver hospital seems to be Ground Zero for overdoses of a new drug. Now Deck can only hope a certain icy, green-eyed ER doctor will help him and his canine partner track down the deadly source.
Dr. Tori Sampson has her reasons for not trusting federal agents, especially ones working for the DEA. But the rash of overdoses—including a heartbreaking case involving a teen—is alarmingly high. And the new opioid is not only extremely dangerous, it defies all the usual medical treatments. So Tori has a choice: work with the big, brawny, and annoyingly hot DEA agent…or watch more innocent people die.
Tori’s the only person who can help Deck break the case, and they’ll need to trust each other, no matter how high the tension and attraction sizzling between them runs. But with every question answered, they realize there’s something more behind these typical teen overdoses. There’s a pattern here and a pattern can only suggest one thing. There’s a killer on the loose.