UNDERCOVER TROUBLE
by Carol McPhee

November 2004
ISBN: 1-59088-341-1
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Jen had escaped the city for a fixer-upper by the lake. Where it was supposed to be quiet and peaceful. But every night, a motorcycle roared by at full speed, disturbing Jen's peace. So what does one do, but go confront the guy about the noise he is making while she is trying to get some sleep! She wasnít prepared for her reaction to him.


Mitch didnít know anyone lived next door to him. On an undercover assignment, the adjacent cabin should have been vacant. He found out it wasnít when Jen stormed up to his door to confront him about the noise with her little dog. Mitch couldnít afford any distractions or any neighbors. He had infiltrated a motorcycle gang to bring in the leader.


Jen didnít trust people that much, especially men and men in motorcycle gangs. Jen is hiding out from a motorcycle gang, it seems she shot one of them where she works and now he is out to get her. So she comes to the one place where she had happy memories and that didnít include a guy who rides a motorcycle. And there was no way she was going to get involved with him no matter how good looking he was or the pull of attraction towards him she felt.


Mitch couldnít believe his luck, now he must protect his neighbor from the very gang that he is trying to gain entry to. But the real question is can he protect her from himself. Will he be able to keep his hands or lips to himself? He sees the mistrust, hurt and even fear in Jenís eyes when things get a little out of hand.


What drew me to the story in the first place was the little taste that is given on the publisher's website. That just made me want to find out what would happen next and just what might happen between Jen and Mitch. They both had secrets they were hiding and Jen had to try to solve the mystery of why she shot the guy instead of pushing the panic button. The story has danger all around them whether from themselves falling for each other or the gang members. Undercover Trouble is an enjoyable story with a few twists and turns along the way to keep you entertained.


Reviewed in March 2005 by Pam.

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