Saturday, May 5, 2018

Superior Collision

Superior Collision (Crossing Forces #5)
by C.A. Szarek

Story grabs you from the first page with drama, action, humor and suspense with a story I couldn’t put down and read at one setting. Taylor is FBI on the hunt for the person who killer her partner. She has had a hard time getting over his death and promises to bring his killer to justice. Shannon is with the police department and in Dallas as a witness in another crime. Shannon is very attacted to Taylor he has a way of calming her but she isn’t looking for romance or any kind of relationship. She is out for blood and wants vengeance for the killing of her fiancĂ©.

I really enjoyed the slow buildup of their romance it is slow, steady and exciting. As they get to know each other and work on their jobs they can’t help fall in love. The distance between them makes it hard to have a relationship but in at the same time it makes it easy for them to fall for each other. The plot is great with some exciting twists and turns that thrilling. The story has a well blending emotional plot that holds your attention with suspense that you crave. I totally loved it.

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Sparks fly when a rigid FBI agent and a patrol sergeant collide on the path to catch a killer.

Special Agent Taylor Carrigan takes ‘control freak’ to the extreme. Her need for structured rigidity rules her life—and her job at the FBI. She doesn’t do emotion, so when her fiancĂ© is murdered, she doesn’t know how to deal with the internal fallout.

Antioch Police Sergeant Shannon Crowley has been intrigued with the uptight FBI agent for months. When he looks at Taylor, he sees more than the mask she hides behind.

She doesn’t have time for the cop who won’t quit chasing her—she’s got chasing of her own to do. Taylor admits he calms her, but he’s a distraction she can’t afford. She’s playing a dangerous game, riding the line between revenge and justice.

Keeping Shannon close could give Taylor the balance she desperately needs, but it would put something more than her case in jeopardy—her heart. With so much on the line, is she capable of handling it?

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