LET ME IN
Although the premise of this novel is interesting, the heroine's backstory is underdeveloped and there's little action. Instead, the characters spend their time speculating about what
may be happening or talking about their attraction.
Still recovering more than three years after her capture and
torture, Tate Winslow has left the
secret government intelligence agency where she used to work and is building
a new life for herself. When Derek Cole, her former boss, shows up on
her doorstep drugged and beaten,
Tate risks exposing her new identity
by helping him, but she can't leave
him to die.
Derek delivers shocking news that pulls Tate back into the action. Can they fight their attraction long enough
to figure out what happened three years ago and how it ties in to
the assault on Derek? (BRAVA, Mar.,
384 pp., $14.00)