"Engaging second chance at love tale"
The investigation into the fatal aircraft crash that
killed Tombstone, Arizona Customs Chief, Mack Robbins,
points to pilot error. However, Agent Gage Ensler knows
that experience aviator Doug Vogel would never make such a
mistake. He persuades his superior to allow him to go
undercover as a pilot in the Tombstone office. However,
he is stunned to learn that the prime suspect if fuel
sabotage occurred as he suspects is his former wife Jill
Manning, the new station chief.
Jill divorced Gage accusing him of being a "baby killer"
when their infant Ricky died. Though he knows she hates
him, Gage refuses to believe that Jill would be a killer.
He believes someone in the office caused the accident
because Mack was onto the illegal drug and weapons flow.
As Jill realizes she still loves Gage and he never stopped
loving her, the mole wants both out of the way to continue
the lucrative contraband trafficking.
Though how the Federal bureaucracy failed to realize that
Gage and Jill were once married even with different last
names (federal records would include a spouse and be
forwarded between agencies), readers will enjoy this
action-packed romance. Gage wants Jill back in his life,
but has little hope though he knows she still desires him,
but also blames him for Ricky's death. Thus, he
gets into her bed too easily with the infant death
culpability hanging over him. This engaging second chance
at love tale is a winner and shows the deep talent of K. N.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 13, 2004