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Under Surveillance PLAYING BODYGUARD TO A SPOILED HEIRESS HAD BECOME A DANGEROUS ASSIGNMENTPhoenix Brotherhood agent John Edmonds s job was on the line He had one last chance to prove he was a team player His mission go undercover and keep Kelly Lockett, heir to a charitable foundation with suspected involvement in terrorism, under surveillance Kelly s brother had recently been killed in a suspicious accident, and it appeared that whoever had murdered him was now after Kelly Between John s unexpected attraction for the beautiful heiress and the attempts on her life, the operation was quickly becoming than the simple surveillance job John had anticipated And as the desperate struggle for their lives began, could John and Kelly unravel the truth before time ran out

About the Author: Gayle Wilson

Gayle Wilson is a two time RITA Award winner, taking home the RITA Award for Best Romantic Suspense Novel in 2000 and for Best Romantic Novella in 2004 In addition to twice winning the prestigious RITA Award, Gayle s books have garneredthan 50 other awards and nominations, including most recently the Daphne du Maurier Award for the Best Single Title Romantic Suspense of 2008, awarded to Victim, her latest novel from MIRA.Gayle holds a master s degree in secondary education, with additional certification in the education of the gifted Although her specialty was teaching honors and gifted students, as a former high school history and English teacher, she taught everything from remedial reading to Shakespeare and loved every minute she spent in the classroom.Gayle was on the board of directors of Romance Writers of America for four years In 2006 she served as the president of RWA, the largest genre writers organization in the world.Gayle has written 41 novels and four novellas for Harlequin Enterprises, including works for Harlequin Historicals, Harlequin Intrigue, Special Releases, HQN Books, MIRA, and Mills Boon.

10 thoughts on “Under Surveillance

  1. says:

    Not the best romance I ever read, plot was too simple.

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