Trap, Secure & Navy SEAL SecurityBy: Carol Ericson
An injured woman’s only hope of figuring out who she is relies upon a CIA Agent in Carol Ericson’s Brothers in Arms: Fully Engaged miniseries.
The last thing Miranda Lewis remembers is being shot…then tumbling over the balcony. When a sexy, blue-eyed stranger finds her, she has no memory of who she is or what she’s doing in the jungles of Colombia.
Gage Booker risked his life in the raid on the compound, only to discover his quarry gone and an injured woman left for dead, a woman the covert operative would be a fool to trust. But her amnesia seems real—and so does the passion exploding between them.
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He turned suddenly and cupped her jaw with one hand. “I don’t want any harm to come to you, Randi. You’ve been through enough.”
Her heart raced at his warm caress, and she turned her head to press her lips against his rough palm. Murmuring against his hand, she said, “I’ll do whatever I can to help you.”
He pinched her earlobe and returned his hand to the steering wheel. “We’ll help each other.”
She studied his profile and confusion stirred in her belly. Was that his plan? Help the poor, vulnerable amnesiac so she’d do anything he asked? Tell him anything he wanted to know?
Was he playing her? She’d become so dependent on him that she’d do anything to stay by his side. What if telling Gage Booker everything jeopardized other people? What if spilling her guts to him meant betraying people she loved? People she didn’t even know about yet?
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Gage Booker—Prospero Team Three agent who’s hot on the heels of an international arms dealer and discovers a beautiful woman with amnesia instead. If the woman turns out to be the arms dealer’s mistress, it might be Gage’s lucky day...or his worst nightmare.
Randi Lewis—She has no memory, no life, no identity and she’s supposed to trust the sexy spy who rescues her. Does she have a choice?
Nicholas and Angelina Zendaris—Randi’s charges, her love for them is the only reason she stays in the Zendaris household, and the children repay her by saving her life.
Jessica Lehman—A friend of Randi’s from Texas who can tell Randi who she is—if she lives long enough to do so.
Lawrence Jessup—A CIA officer in Panama who offers to assist Randi, but his assistance takes a sinister turn.
Dr. Helen Murdoch—This CIA psychiatrist is more than willing to help Randi recover her memories—just as long as they’re the right memories.
Dr. Elle Fonesca—Gage’s twin sister hypnotizes Randi to help her regain her memory, but worries that her brother’s attraction for the amnesiac will only complicate matters.
Dr. Helen Murdoch—An international arms dealer who was burned by Prospero Team Three; now he wants revenge, and nothing’s going to get in his way this time
Randi Lewis clutched the book of fairy tales to her chest as a second thump shook the room.
The children laughed, and Nicky poked his finger at the book. “Did the witch scare you, mademoiselle?”
Randi eked out a smile. Nicky didn’t seem to notice the strange bumps in the nights and the comings and goings of an assortment of odd characters to his father’s palatial home in the middle of the jungle.
But Randi had grown more and more aware—and leery—of them.
Her grandmother had warned her about taking a job in this luxurious but strange household. “Drogas,” Abuelita used to say. Drugs.
But the locals had assured her Nico Zendaris was no drug lord, and Randi had needed the job to help her ailing grandmother. Now with Abuelita dead, nothing was keeping Randi in Colombia.
Nicky’s younger sister, Angelina, tapped her knee. “More story, please, mademoiselle.”
Nothing except these motherless children.
Tugging on one of Angelina’s dark curls, Randi met the girl’s big, dark eyes and said, “But this is the scary part, Angelina. You always cover your ears during this part.”
Angelina dropped her lashes, and her gaze slid to the door. “More story, please.”
Tears choked Randi’s throat. The activities and people in her father’s house did scare Angelina. The girl preferred the make-believe fears of witches and giants to the very real fears of shadowy men, her father’s outbursts and being uprooted and shipped off to other countries at a moment’s notice.