Dangerous Games by Justine Dare

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Lake MacGregor, the government operative from Dangerous Ground, returns in Justine Dare's thrilling sequel.
The renegade member of MacGregor's elite military unit, the Wolf Pack, has gone into hiding after killing several of its agents. But before MacGregor can track down the assassin, he must return home to Colorado for his father's funeral. Shunned by the townspeople for a crime he'd committed as a youth, he hides out in a cabin in the mountains. Only the local art gallery owner--a beautiful woman with her sights set on MacGregor--knows the truth behind his crime. A truth that can shatter his life beyond repair....

Praise for Dangerous Ground:

"Your pulses will pound and your blood will sizzle--the very best suspense."-- Romantic Times

"Dark, mysterious, erotic....Wonderful."--Elizabeth Lowell

About Justine Dare

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Justine Dare began writing romances for Silhouette in 1988. Since then she has published over twenty books and has won numerous Romantic Times and RWA awards. She worked in communications for a police department before turning to writing full time. She lives in San Clemente, California, with her husband. She loves to go sailing, rising, and driving around in her 1967 Corvette roadster-top down, naturally.
Published June 1, 1999 by Signet. 336 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Dare's follow-up to Dangerous Ground brings back Lake McGregor, an angst-ridden assassin working for W.O.L.F., a Mission: Impossible-style organization in which he's known as ""the best, coldest killer that ever walked."" While tracking a rogue agent who has killed several organization colleagues...

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Along with the canvas, Colin handed her the terrible secret of his son's past - one even Lake doesn't know - and instructed Alison to pass it on to him if he ever came back to Jewel.

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