New York Times bestselling author Christie Craig's thrilling romantic suspense about a by-the-book FBI agent who must trust a risk-taking detective for help tracking down her sister's killers.
FBI agent Bree Ryan's latest mission is personal. She's posing as a waitress at the Black Diamond strip club, the same club where her estranged half sister worked until she turned up dead. When Bree's undercover assignment is compromised, she turns to the only man she knows who can help her: Connor Pierce, a too-sexy-for-his-own-good, rule-breaking cop with a knack for solving cold cases.
When someone breaks into Bree's apartment, Connor's detective skills aren't the only things that kick into overdrive. Although his job demands he remain detached, now he finds himself tempted not only by Bree's beauty but also her intelligence and bravery. As the investigation -- and their attraction -- grows more intense, lives are in jeopardy, and Connor finds the most important rule he must break is his own. But can he put his heart on the line?
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It’s been a long time since I’ve read a Christie Craig book and now I’m wondering why I’ve let so much time pass by. Don’t Look Back is the third book in her Texas Justice series about three cold case detectives in Texas. In each book one of the detectives meets a woman who changes his life and falls in love. This book is the story of Detective Connor Pierce and FBI agent Brie Ryan. Each of these books can be read as a standalone. In this story Brie is working undercover at at strip club, trying to find out what happened to her murdered sister. She and Connor are thrown together when her investigation goes bad. They must work together to crack a dangerous human trafficking case. Connor has troubling issues of his own after his partner was killed three years ago, but soon learns that the gutsy and outspoken FBE agent is someone he needs in his life permanently. This book easily kept my interest and I finished it in one day. It was a good story with likable characters. I thank NetGalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read it. I gave it three and a half stars rounded up to four. #NetGalley #DontLookBack