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Line of Fire

Autumn Rain is off to find her father, Cody Beckett, a man neither she nor her twin sister Tawnia have ever met. Unfortunately, Autumn is not out for a nice family reunion, in fact, she's disguised her unusual eyes with a colored contact so that Cody would have no chance of guessing who she is. Autumn has been charged with the difficult task of figuring out if Cody has kidnapped a young girl whose boot just happened to be found on his property. Almost as soon as Autumn meets Cody, she can tell just where she got her ability to read imprints. It's obvious to her that he can read them too, which makes it doubly important to hide her own reading of imprints. Autumn and her boyfriend Detective Shannon Martin quickly discover that this case is a case of far more than one missing little girl, it involves drugs, human trafficking and who knows what else. Can Autumn and Shannon get out of the line of fire before one or both of them ends up hurt or worse?

I really enjoy this series. I like Autumn, she's such a fun personality. She's a hippy type who never wears shoes and only eats organic food, but she's fallen in love with a strait laced police detective who likes to eat junk food. I like her ability to read the imprints, that would be such a valuable skill to have sometimes. I like how she always gets herself and others into sticky situations, but she's also always able to get herself and those around her out of them. This is a fun series, if you haven't read them you should!

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