Hero at Large by Robyn Amos
(A Year of Loving Dangerously)

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It was a bit light on suspense – with more time devoted to reunited lovers story...This might be the thinking person’s perfect romantic suspense book but it’s too static for me. I think I should go back and try another of your books which focuses just on romance and see if that will hit my sweet spot again.
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THE AGENT: Tall, dark and devastatingly handsome Keshon Gray
THE MISSION: To smoke out a deadly traitor—or die trying
THE OBSTACLE: The sweet temptation of the only woman he'd ever loved!

Keshon Gray had never regretted anything he'd had to do in the line of duty—until now. For entering the dangerous world of gang warfare led to a tempestuous reunion with Rennie Williams. Although he had to keep his identity secret, he just couldn't stay away from the virtuous beauty who reawakened his heart. But would their love survive a shocking turn of events that promised to change their lives…forever?

a year of loving dangerously
Where passion rules and nothing is what it seems….

 

About Robyn Amos

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Ever since she read her first romance novel as a teenager, Robyn Amos has believed in dreams. Even when she was daydreaming when she should have been studying and pursuing fairy tales when she should have been looking for a "real job," Robyn always knew she would fulfill her dream to write romance. After graduating from college with a degree in psychology, Robyn sold a total of nine titles for publication. In between working full-time, writing, and her various duties as a Board member for Washington Romance Writers, Robyn looks forward to riding off into the sunset toward her own "happily ever after.
 
Published September 15, 2011 by Silhouette Intimate Moments. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jayne on Feb 19 2013

It was a bit light on suspense – with more time devoted to reunited lovers story...This might be the thinking person’s perfect romantic suspense book but it’s too static for me. I think I should go back and try another of your books which focuses just on romance and see if that will hit my sweet spot again.

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