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CALL OF DUTY
Genre: Romantic Suspense, General Romantic Suspense
Ms. Lovelace has made a name for herself delivering tightly drawn, exciting tales of military romantic suspense. Once again she doesnt disappoint. Fans will be thrilled with this latest outstanding release.
It didn't take long for computer programmer Captain Jennifer Vargas to realize she had made a big mistake in joining the Air Force. Temperamental Jen is not cut out for the rigid hierarchy. Unfortunately, her new Commanding Officer Lieutenant Colonel Mike Paige will not let Jen out of her commitment to the government. Their relationship is best described as frosty and professional until Jen stumbles upon an aberration in the computer system.But, completing the last day's work for a civilian co-worker who died of a heart attack, Jen notices an abnormality in a soldiers file. She tries resolving the issue, only to inadvertently triggered a nightmare.
Soon Jen's house is burglarized, her roommate is brutally attacked and her computer infected with a virus. Surprisingly Mike Paige comes to Jens assistance both physically and emotionally. Jen would never have dreamed that this by-the-book officer could generate such heat.
The stakes rise when an attacker tries to silence Jen permanently. What exactly has she stumbled across and how deeply infiltrated are the armed services? The answer could cost Mike and Jen both their careers and lives.
(Aug., 352 pp., $5.99
Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith
Published: August 1998