Special Agent Sophia by Mimi Barbour
Sophia‘s mane of silver hair gives her a look of a mystical warrior, a female not of this world. Some colleagues defend her, others are jealous… most fear her, yet everyone respects her abilities. An ace sharpshooter, she’s called on for the most difficult cases. Her uncanny ability to remain cool under duress makes her the perfect person to rescue the twins of the frantic Governor whose rejected husband intends to make her suffer. The fact that they are whisked to Greece also works in her favor since she’s spent most of her summers in Rhodes visiting family and can show up there without anyone becoming suspicious. Problems begin when a cocky hero hits on her in the marketplace. Why her? Sam Reagan, owner and CEO of The Reagan Group, promises his sister he’ll follow the FBI agent to the Greek island to ensure his niece and nephew will be safely returned to her arms. Understanding his mission has to be covert - his former brother-in-law will recognize him if he steps out of his undercover role - he uses an alias and follows the gorgeous agent who’s on the case. It’s understood he stays in the background, gives assistance if needed… until he sees her. Then all bets are off. There’s no way he’ll leave her to deal with dangerous traffickers after she saves a teenager and whisks the poor girl away right under their noses. Digging deeper, working together, they discover the consortium of criminals are more organized than they first believe. And the man running the operation is the same low-life loser who fathered the missing twins
Book Length: Long Novel - 320-650 PagesIn simple words, Books that are set during a holiday season or celebrate something about a particular holiday comes under the Holiday genre. These types of books are purely based on the occasion; for example, books that show about some special days or festivals fall under the holiday category. But the question is, why you need to read this? The simple answer to this question is, it helps you to see how people spend their special day and how they feel about that day. These kinds of books give you positivity toward your loved ones as most books are written on Christmas.
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