Last Man Standing by Julie Miller
(Harlequin Intrigue)

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Undercover cop Cole Taylor had his hands full sustaining a secret identity as he worked to expose a Kansas City crime boss--while living under the enemy's roof! The last thing he needed was a snooty intellectual type interfering in his investigation, asking suspicious questions and snooping where she shouldn't. Besides, with all that fiery red hair and miles of silky skin, Victoria Westin didn't look like any professor he knew....

She had the touch-me-not beauty of an aristocrat and fit right in with their upper-crust hosts. But the streetwise Taylor from working-class roots would have to persuade Miss High-and-Mighty to cooperate with his plan to save his life--and now hers, too. And if he couldn't gain her cooperation by his usual methods, he'd blackmail her with bedroom fantasies to "maintain cover."


About Julie Miller

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Julie attributes her passion for writing romance to all those fairy tales she read growing up, and shyness. Encouragement from her family to write down those feelings she couldn't express became a love for the written word. She gets continued support from her fellow members of the Prairieland Romance Writers, where she serves as the resident "grammar goddess."This award-winning author and teacher has published several paranormal romances in addition to her beloved romantic suspense. Inspired by the likes of Agatha Christie and Encyclopedia Brown, Julie believes that the only thing better than a good mystery is a good romance.Born and raised in Missouri, she now lives in Nebraska with her husband, son, and smiling guard dog, Maxie.Write to Julie at P.O. Box 5162, Grand Island, NE 68802-5162 USA.
Published June 12, 2010 by Harlequin Intrigue. 256 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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