➜ Critical Condition (Undercover Cops, #3) Author Sandra Orchard – Writerscompany.co.uk

Critical Condition (Undercover Cops, #3) EVERYONE S AT RISK There S A Murderer In The Hospital, And Nurse Tara Peterson Is Determined To Prove It With Mysterious Deaths In The Cancer Ward, Anyone Could Be Next But No One Wants To Believe Herexcept For Undercover Agent Zach Davis The Murderer Wants Tara S Suspicions Silenced, Permanently To Protect Tara, Zach Lets Her In On His Secret, And Unwittingly Into His Heart Tara And Her Three Year Old Daughter Are Like The Family He Lost Years Before Zach Will Risk Everything To Keep Them Safe, No Matter The Cost Undercover Cops Fighting For Justice Puts Their Lives And Hearts On The Line. A wonderful mix between suspense and romance As clues were suitably vague, the author had me guessing who the villain was right up till the end It certainly wasn t who I expected Learning to live without lost loved ones, is difficult for us all, I am sure, and it is no different for the hero. About this bookEVERYONE S AT RISK There s a murderer in the hospital, and nurse Tara Peterson is determined to prove it With mysterious deaths in the cancer ward, anyone could be next But no one wants to believe herexcept for undercover agent Zach Davis The murderer wants Tara s suspicions silenced, permanently To protect Tara, Zach lets her in on his secret, and unwittingly into his heart Tara and her three year old daughter are like the family he lost years before Zach will risk This is Sandra Orchard s third novel in her Undercover Cops series, and I when I saw the cover, a little bit of the peace that autumn offers descended upon me like the fluttering leaves themselves But I will say peace was not the feeling I received while reading it at least not at first.Sandra packs every page with twists and turns, emotional highs andhighs, and a story that equated to a medical thriller romance that felt like The Fugitive meets luuve Best of both worlds, in my romantic This is Sandra Orchard s third novel in her Undercover Cops series, and I when I saw the cover, a little bit of the peace that autumn offers descended upon me like the fluttering leaves themselves But I will say peace was not the feeling I received while reading it at least not at first.Sandra packs every page with twists and turns, emotional highs andhighs, and a story that equated to a medical thriller romance that felt like The Fugitive meets luuve Best of both worlds, in my romantic opinion.But I also can t forget the inspirational arc All genres are somewhat formulaic, but this one was written with a template In addition, it was not well written one example among many toward the end of the book, the female protagonist is returning to wrk and is to put her daughter in the work provided day care She and the male protagonist show up at her work, but there is no child A few pages later, it was as if the author realized the child was necessary for the plot, and inserted that the female protagonist had arranged for her sist All genres are somewhat formulaic, but this one was written with a template In addition, it was not well written one example among many toward the end of the book, the female protagonist is returning to wrk and is to put her daughter in the work provided day care She and the male protagonist show up at her work, but there is no child A few pages later, it was as if the author realized the child wa

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