Boiling Point (Crossing the Line #3)

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Falling for a con man is the most dangerous game of all…

Con artist Austin Shaw’s been in disguise so long he’s not sure where his fake identities end and he begins. Now that he’s been strong-armed into working for a specialized undercover unit working with the Chicago police—criminals with unique “skills”—the last thing he needs is to risk his iron control. Especially when it comes to a certain stunningly sexy hacker who tempts him with every look of disdain.

Polly Banks will never, ever trust a con man. On the trail of a ruthless crook who destroyed the only family she’s ever known, Polly is unnerved by the shadow who follows her every move. The one who makes her pulse pound and breath short with lust. Austin. He’s infuriating, enigmatic, and pure sex appeal, and she’s determined to resist him.

But an untrustworthy man of disguise can become anyone he wants…including a man that Polly must trust if she’s to escape their dangerous game alive.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Boiling Point (Crossing the Line #3)
  • Author:
  • Rating:7.94 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:9781633752337
  • ASIN:-
  • Publisher:Published January 26th 2016 by Entangled: Select


Chapter One

Austin Shaw hardened his jaw and slid onto one of the plush leather chairs lining the bar. With his left hand—the one sporting a Rolex he’d just nipped from a trusting pawn store owner—he reached under the opposite arm, removed the copy of Crain’s Chicago, and tossed it onto the bar, nodding at the nearest group of businessmen as he did so. As expected, they nodded back, sitting a touch straighter in their seats, thus reminding Austin he was having a brilliant fucking hair day. What else was new?

In Austin’s peripheral vision, he saw the red-vested bartender jolt from his post watching the Chicago Bulls game on an expensive flat-screen and stride toward him. Good man.

“Something to drink, sir?”

Austin cast a discriminating eye over Red Vest’s shoulder toward the top shelf, rolling his tongue in his mouth, anticipating his employment of the New England accent he’d...

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