Flirting With Danger by Kimberly Kincaid EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Kimberly Kincaid
- Language: English
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Kai Roman didn’t belong here. Granted, he’d felt that way about
nearly every place he’d found himself over the past five years, and the busy
bar and grill where he currently stood wasn’t as bad as most. But as he took
in the crowd of Intelligence detectives, firefighters, first responders, and their
various significant others, one thing became startlingly clear.
These people didn’t just work together. They knew each other, in a way
that only those with careers that put their lives on the line could. They were a
family—in some cases, like firefighter Kellan Walker, Detective Isabella
Walker, and the infant they’d been handing back and forth all night like a
football—literally. But in so many others, this was a great, big family that
had been forged by trust and locked into place by all the emotions that went
So, yeah. As an FBI agent, Roman might’ve just closed the books on a
case he’d worked with the Intelligence Unit, and more yeah, his life had been
on the line right alongside theirs. For fuck’s sake, he’d taken a nine
millimeter bullet to the chest plate two months ago when all the shit had hit
the fan. But he didn’t belong like the rest of them. Hell, Detective Matteo
Garza still hated his guts (feeling: mutual) even though the Remington Police
Department’s many debriefs had proven that Roman had not only done his
job on the case they’d worked together, but had saved Garza’s girlfriend
Delia’s life in the process.
To be fair, the tension between them was well-deserved. Any time the
FBI fought a police unit for jurisdiction of a case, the detectives in question
got uppity with the agent doing the fighting. Garza might’ve been a dick even
after they’d joined forces, but Delia had been in mortal danger, and Roman
hadn’t done anything to endear himself to the guy, either. It wasn’t personal.
Freezing people out made things easier in the end. He’d done it with the
agents in his own unit, too, to the point that they called him The Iceman. No
camaraderie. No closeness. No fucking feelings getting in the way.
As it turned out, that whole “it was better to have loved and lost” adage
was a load of shit. Roman had barely survived losing the one person who had
been closest to him five years ago. There was no chance he was ever going to
risk that again.
“Agent Roman! There you are. Are you ready to kick some trivia ass?”
The question brought him back to the bar in an instant. He couldn’t help
but give up a rare semi-smile at the sight of the blonde in front of him. Delia
Sutton was a forensic accountant, absolutely brilliant, and genuinely nice,
although not necessarily in that order. Roman liked her enough to overlook
the fact that she was in a serious relationship with Detective Garza.
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