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Second in Command
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Lieutenant Jazz Perry finds a young girl wandering the downtown streets alone late at night. As the child becomes attached to her, Jazz is reminded of her own experiences in foster care and takes a personal interest even when she knows she should maintain professional distance.
Social worker Emory Blake is good at her job helping children in challenging situations. She believes in the system and knows it works if you let it. When Jazz starts interfering in the case and bypassing the rules, Emory is torn between her responsibilities and an unwelcome attraction she can’t deny.
When on the job responsibilities collide with desires of the heart, becoming personally involved is the only choice.
A Fairview Station novel of love and suspense.
What members say
By ChrystalClear on 11-01-19
I loved the interaction between the two main characters and the fact that they had jobs that meant they weren’t always free to speak but forced them to make decisions about where to go next with their relationship.
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By Kindle Customer on 23-02-20
I am enjoying this series. The main characters have have dealt or are dealing with the foster care system. It shows there are flaws but if you get the right home with loving and caring foster parents it can turn a child's life around. They don't always get it right but the good case workers who are in it to protect the kids try their best.
Can two passionate people who love their jobs and protecting foster children get out of their heads and truly fall in love? You can find the answer if you listen!
By Heather Dodge on 10-06-19
Love the characters
Great storytelling. I love the character development. The story and characters were easy to identify with.
By Sab on 09-03-19
Is there another one of this series?
This was the third book in this series and I would love to have a forth one. It is well written great characters. This one had even more sex which was great.
Hollis Elizabeth is a great narrator.
By Mrs. NY on 24-01-19
The sequel didn't disappoint!
I like this series very much! The author does a wonderful job with the characters. They have depth and tenacity. They also had great chemistry as well. I love the family dynamic in throughout this series as well, it resonates with me. The narrator was good too. Overall great book, I hope the series continues!
By darc on 12-01-19
It's a good story that does justice to the first book. I'm glad we got to know Jazz better. There were a few times I wanted to shake Emory but I say that if it wasn't a good story I wouldn't care. Loved it.
By Stephenie Knight on 05-01-19
This was a great read, hope VK Powell follows up soon with more of the family.