Framing Felipe (Shrew & Company #2)

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After six weeks working a grueling undercover job, the last thing Sarah Miller wants is to jump headfirst into another assignment. She doesn’t have a choice. Business is booming at Shrew & Company, and besides the boss lady herself, Sarah’s the only woman equipped to handle the latest were-bear drama. When she gets to the mountains—ready to go in with guns blazing—Dana reassigns her. The circus is in town, and their most famous acrobat has gone missing.

Except…he hasn’t.

Felipe Castillo is on the run, and whatever is giving him chase is scaring Dana, too. Dana won’t tell Sarah why, but it’s now her job to coax the slippery Spaniard out of hiding and get him someplace safe. That is, assuming they can keep their clothes on. Felipe may not speak English well, but the way his body moves needs no translation.

Sarah’s not interested in commitment, especially not with a man who cheats death for a living. Something about the acrobat has her enthralled. Maybe it’s because he has just as many secrets as her…or even more.

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