The Woman in Black
Every intelligence operative in Washington D.C. knows her name ... but little else.
A tough Navy Seal with a reputation for efficiency, Steve McMillan has heard all the stories about the "world's most glamorous assassin." But nothing prepared him for the goddess in tight black leather who now stands before him. Marlena is his new assignment -- his superiors in the shadow world of secret missions want him to get information and then turn her over. McMillan is the consummate professional, but dealing with this beautiful enigma is playing with fire. To trust her would be crazy -- as crazy as following his burning desire for her to its passionate conclusion.
Because there's something beyond the yearning in her eyes and the inviting softness of her lips. Dark clouds are circling around Marlena Maxwell, drawing Steve along with her into a lethal game of deception and betrayal. And perhaps the deadliest mistake they could both make would be to fall in love ...
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Gennita Low is a former translator who speaks fluent Chinese, Malay, German, Russian, and English. Gennita is co-owner of a roof construction business and quite probably the only female roofer in central Florida. She is the author of four previous novels -- The Hunter, The Protector, Facing Fear, and Into Danger -- and is a winner of the Romantic Times Best Romantic Intrigue Award of 2003.
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Book Description Avon Books, Dresden, Tennessee, U.S.A., 2003. Soft Cover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # 007350
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