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Deep Cover

Kelsey Weber has been undercover so long with her job at the CIA that her family hasn't known what to think. She was unable to share with them where she really was or what she was really doing, so it just looked as though she didn't care to spend time with her family. But things are about to change. Her cover as a tutor for Salman Nassar's daughters is about to be called into question. Kelsey escapes with her life, but she has a bullet wound to show for it. Hoping to have a chance to recover before going back into her false identity, Kelsey heads to her childhood home - only to find it empty. Her parents are on a mission and won't be home any time soon, they've also set up their home to have plenty of renovations while they're gone. The home will be getting a new roof, a new kitchen, and even a new master bedroom. Enter Noah Cabbot, neighbor and almost adopted son to her parents. They've trusted him with watching the house and making sure all of the renovations get done properly while they are gone. Noah had no idea that Kelsey would make an appearance, just as he had no idea that he could fall so quickly in love with someone that doesn't appear to put her family first. But Noah has a lot of misconceptions about Kelsey, just as she has a lot of misconceptions about him. Can they see past the fronts that they both put up to get to know and care for the other?

This book was awesome! I loved Kelsey, I really loved how she can have so much danger and craziness in her life, yet still be a down to earth lovable person. I really liked Noah too, he's the perfect hero in this book. I loved the action and mystery in this book, not knowing who was really after Kelsey, or if they were going to get her really made the plot work for me. Traci Hunter Abramson is a master at this kind of book, her books are romantic, action packed and completely clean!

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