Anytime, anyplace, Ethan Crane's your man. An agent's agent, he's tough, smart, and fearless. Exactly the guy you want when the stuff hits the fan--and the kind Beth Whitney avoids like the plague. It took a fiancé in the business to teach her, but she's learned her lesson: Don't. Date. Agents. It's this rule that's kept her employed at the agency, doing her part for world security from behind a desk. So when a case throws the two together, Beth's determined to keep it strictly professional. So far, so good--except for the steamy kisses, the red-hot phone sex, and. . .What was that rule again?
To Ethan, Beth couldn't be less his type if her father ran the agency, which, oh yeah, he does. Still he can't help but find her work in the field a total turn on. Off the field it's even better. But hot pursuit of a notorious information broker is what they should focus on--not each other. That can wait until they've accomplished a job well done. Or can it?
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When she is forced to work with sexy, smart, and fearless agent Ethan Crane to catch a notorious information broker, Beth Whitney is sorely tempted to break her own personal rule of never dating an agent, especially after one hot kiss leads to something more. Original.
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Always feeling left behind by her secret agent dad and political mom, sweet-natured Beth hasn’t taken many chances with relationships and love…and even less after being left at the alter. But she can’t keep her mind off of Ethan. He’s everything she shouldn’t want and everything that stars in her fantasies. And when she’s ordered to work with him on a special case tailor made to her abilities, sparks fly. And Beth is broadening her horizons in more ways than one.
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She’d never shared her deepest fantasies with [Alan].
Fantasies she sensed Ethan would understand and maybe even get into, but ones she doubted Alan would have taken seriously or been willing to act out.
When she’d realized that, she’d also realized that she’d held a lot of herself back from him. Lack of trust because he was an agent…or just a man? She’d never decided which, but it didn’t matter. He hadn’t loved her enough to put her first and she hadn’t loved him enough to tolerate his job or trust him with her innermost being.
They were actually pretty lucky they hadn’t ended up married. They would have hurt each other. She was sure of it.