Last Ride on the Merry-go-round by Judith Rochelle

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  • Sequel to Redemption

    Dino Brancuzzi had harbored a latent desire for Jennifer LaCroiz for twelve years, but then she was a matched pair with his friend, Ethan Caine. Then Ethan calls him late one night to tell him she's shown up on his doorstep, with her daughter, and the killers from a stolen antiquities ring hot on her trail. Hiding her in his home in Key West while he and Ethan search for the killers, all the old feelings come bubbling to the surface and passion explodes between them in the heat of a tropical night. Can he find the killers in time to save Jen and her daughter? Can the three of them have a future together after all this time?

    (248 pages) Spicy


    The last time Ethan Caine had called him for a favor, he’d ended up racing through the Quintana Roo jungle in Mexico with an AK 47 under his arm and a scared kid over his shoulder. Now another child was in danger and her identity put a whole new face on things.

    Well, hell.

    Saying no to his closest friend wasn’t an option. His calendar was clear. He’d just completed an operation for his “silent” partners so one wasn’t likely to pop up in the immediate future. The two small fishing charters he had booked could be referred out.

    He put his feet up on the desk and leaned his head back, his mind trying to wrap itself around the situation. This was personal, and Ethan Caine with a personal agenda was like a mountain lion with fresh meat in his jaw.

    Not to mention the fact that this one involved Jennifer LaCroix. More than eight years had passed since the last time Dino saw her, partying with Ethan’s wild crowd, looking for the edge in every situation. And now she’d somehow gotten herself mixed up in the stolen antiquities trade, one of the most lucrative yet most dangerous businesses in the world. Wars had been fought over artifacts looted from tombs and museums. Murder committed without the blink of an eye. How the hell had party girl Jen gotten herself in this kind of mess?

    Sighing, knowing that he was stepping into a big tar pit, he picked up the phone and dialed a familiar number.

    “Crank up the chopper. We’re invited to breakfast.”


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