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Saved by the Texas Cowboy

Best for fans of this author and of the Harlequin Romantic Suspense titles.

Colton’s Undercover Seduction

With a nonsensical reason for their undercover assignment and plot twists that are obvious from the beginning, reading the latest installment in this series is far more frustrating than it is entertaining.

Hunted on the Bay

Fans of Williams’s “Fairhope, Alabama” series, part of the now-defunct Superromance line, will likely appreciate seeing favorite characters and places once again.

The Bounty Hunter’s Baby Search

Best for loyal readers of this series.

Cold Case Sheriff

Though the mystery of Aimee’s past on its own might be enough to keep readers turning the pages, a tepid romance and the clumsy attempts on the heroine’s life in the present make this a rather lackluster reading experience overall.

Colton’s Body of Proof

An improbable villain and wholly unrealistic investigative techniques make this one unlikely to appeal to any but the most diehard series fans.

Operation Witness Protection

The latest “Cutter’s Code” title, after Operation Payback, is likely to appeal most to fans of the long-running series.

Her K-9 Protector

Van Meter’s “Big Sky Justice” series continues to be a standout in Harlequin’s romantic suspense line. Though this second offering isn’t quite as tightly plotted as the first, Danger in Big Sky Country, its main characters are likable, and their HEA is wonderfully earned.

Cavanaugh Justice: Detecting a Killer

Little detective work takes place on the page here, and the tactics employed by these detectives when they are working are likely to make true-crime aficionados cringe. Only those who are determined to read every book in this long-running series from Ferrarella (whose most recent entry was Cavanaugh Justice: Up Close and Deadly) are liable to get any real satisfaction from finishing this latest installment.

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