Trouble comes in all guises—something undercover Fish and Wildlife Service agent Mark Kincaid knows better than most. Recovering from a gunshot wound in the tiny coastal town of Redfish, Texas the last thing he expects to find is trouble…especially of the female variety.
Cat Randolph is everything Mark shouldn’t want, but does. The enticing wild bird rehabilitator is beautiful, feisty and definitely intriguing. But when evidence about the huge bird smuggling ring Mark has been working for years is uncovered practically in Cat’s backyard, she also becomes a suspect. And off limits.
But as he gets to know the delectable rehabber, he realizes that she is too dedicated to her work and the birds to have anything to do with his case. And Cat is ready and willing to work with her hunky neighbor to catch the bad guys and bring them to justice.
There’s just one problem—the prime suspect is Cat’s brother. Mark knows he has to choose between busting the smugglers he’s been chasing for years and having Cat.
And what should have been a simple choice is the hardest one he’s ever had to make.
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A good read
This was a good little mystery (even if I could guess very early on who the bad guy was).
The end felt a touch rushed after the climax, but overall it was an interesting and different type of crime/police story. I find I rarely see crime/police stories about things other than murder, people smuggling, organised crime and drugs so this was refreshing new look into the different branches that exist.
I also enjoyed the fact that it was birds, being as I love them myself and had them growing up. It also showed that the writer also knew something about birds as what was mentioned (even if it was limited to a few interactions) was true as far as I could tell. Though birds and their habits and how to look after them was glossed over and not really gone into detail, however to do that might have come off as more info dump so it was probably best it wasn’t detailed.