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Publisher's Summary

Dylan Prescott has all the answers, even when she doesn’t know the questions. She’s in her element cruising the singles scene and crushing cases as a newly minted NYPD detective. Equal parts free spirit and thrill seeker, catching bad guys and charming good girls are what she was born to do. 

Briana Logan doesn’t play. A successful assistant United States attorney with several convictions on her résumé, she’s a commanding presence in the courtroom. In any room, to be honest. Smart and sexy, she’s got her work-life balance down. It’s simple: career first, everything else second. That is, until Dylan Prescott is assigned to the team investigating a sophisticated narcotics ring. 

Their chemistry is undeniable, but the complicated NYC criminal justice system doesn’t leave room for real feelings. Keeping their emotions in check isn’t easy. Where the heart is concerned, no one is bulletproof.

©2020 Maggie Cummings (P)2020 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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  • Michelle A
  • 2020-12-09

Narrator ruins EVERYTHING

I'm a big fan of Maggie Cummings. She consistently writes really excellent romances. However, every time I see Paige McKinney as a narrator it almost always dissuades me from getting the book. Not trying to be mean but she should not narrate romance. Her voice and acting do not fit this genre. Firstly I have to speed up 1.3 to even be able to listen to her. Why does she drag out words the way way she does? When a character is written to be confident, sure of themselves, etc., she just makes her voice deeper but there's an explicit question in everyone of the character's statements. They always sound unsure of themselves and slightly befuddled. Her other main character always sound like upbeat kindergarten teachers on the brink of breaking out into song. So most of the time you have a deep voiced buffoon falling in love with Mothergoose. Her performance is devoid of nuance, she never catches the wit, the playfulness or sexiness. It. is. so. ANNOYING!! Please stop using her for this genre. Not trying to be mean here but she's not right for it.

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  • Marquie
  • 2020-12-31

Wonderful combination

One of the best stories to come to audio. Paige McKinney does an excellent job. She’s one of those narrators you can either enjoy or you can’t honesty speaking. I’ve never had a complaint. This audio or book version are can’t misses for sure.

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  • DAR ICE
  • 2021-02-09

not that into it.

I couldn't finish this book. you might enjoy it. It could have been so much more. If you like over the top drama this is for you.

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  • keishie23
  • 2021-02-08

Epic!

Such well-rounded characters. Totally understandable highs and lows of love and life. Not too mentioned, I’m from Brooklyn! Well written and beautifully narrated.

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  • TClrk
  • 2021-02-03

Great story

I love Maggie Cummings books and this one is no different. Also the story is narrated by Paige McKinney. Great book!

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  • Sab
  • 2021-02-01

Loved it

The story was engaging and interesting, loved the characters, Dylan was a great butch.
Narration with Paige McKinney is always a pleasure.