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From Sylvia Day, the number one New York Times best-selling author of the Crossfire novels, comes Taking the Heat, a novella of the Shadow Stalkers - where men in uniform are trained to enforce the rules. Out of uniform, those rules are made to be broken.  

He had three days to fix everything. Three days to remind her of how good they were together. She was a captive audience...

Layla Creed and Deputy US Marshal Brian Simmons have a history that is as hot and heartbreaking as it is unforgettable. Now their paths have crossed once again. This time things are twice as hot. Layla - a protected witness - has to come out of hiding and testify in a sensational murder trial. But as far as Brian's concerned, there's an even more pressing problem. 

Once Layla testifies she'll get sucked back into the Witness Protection Program. A new identity, a new location, a new occupation - and a new inspector to check up on her. In other words, out of his life forever. There is one more option - take Layla and go on the run. Rekindling what they once had should be easy. But a stranger in their shadow has plans of his own, forcing Brian and Layla to risk everything in the name of love.

©2013 Sylvia Day (P)2019 Insatiable Press

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Taking the Heat

This is a great second book in the series, again a short little story of rekindling their romance. Read well by Rebecca Estella.

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