Her Secret Agent Fake Fiance
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Her Secret Agent Fake Fiance by Kimberley Montpetit

12/30/2021

Can two undercover agents survive the Christmas holidays when they face murderous millionaires and dangerous covert tactics? Most importantly, will their own hearts betray them in the end?

When Erin Steele meets Braden Moretti in the elevator of the FBI building, the man is arrogant and annoying. Five minutes later her boss drops an unexpected bombshell.

With an undercover alias and a fake diamond ring on Erin’s finger, she must pretend to be engaged to Agent Moretti to stop a dangerous heist at a millionaire's mansion in San Franciso. Will Braden have her back or is he hiding a secret, too, and what's up with that kiss under the mistletoe anyway?!

This operation is going horribly wrong . . . or maybe, it’s deliciously and perfectly right?

  • Fall in love with this sweet Romantic Suspense and Enemies-to-Lovers story - all wrapped up in a red Christmas bow!
  • Included in this book: Agent Steele's special Christmas cinnamon roll recipe and pictures of the stunning Faberge jewel!
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