One Kiss More By: Mandy Baxter



Book Description....

"Emma Ruiz knows her father is innocent. But that doesn't help her convince the law—not even smoking hot U.S. Marshal Landon McCabe. When McCabe bangs on her door demanding information about how her cancer-stricken father escaped from federal prison, she’ll have to distract him somehow—it may as well be with a stolen kiss.

Landon gets why Emma isn't saying all she knows. What he doesn't understand is why he’s putting his reputation, his case, and his badge on the line for a gorgeous person of interest. Much as he’d love to, he can’t let Emma play him. The stakes are higher than either of them can guess. The only way to survive is to trust their instincts. But their instincts want more than one kiss…"


Title:  One Kiss More
Author:  Mandy Baxter
Publisher:  Kensington Books
Series:  U.S. Marshals # 2
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating: 5
Review:

"One Kiss More"  by Mandy Baxter

What I enjoyed from this novel....


"One Kiss More" was one well written story that will grip and keep your attention all the way through this fantastic read.  This author gives the reader some very interesting characters especially Landon and Emma, not to forget to mention their hot steamy sex scenes, along with some humor as well as some very serious moments in the this romantic, suspenseful,   exciting and twisted  read.  Will this US Marshal Landon McCabe be able to do his job with getting what he wants from Emma Ruiz whom he had met some years ago when he arrested her father?   I loved the banter between Emma and Landon as she seemed to  really push his buttons as the attraction comes between these two.  Now to get it all you must pick up "One Kiss More" and see how this author brings it all out to the reader.  If you are in for a good plot with law enforcement with some hot romance then this novel would be for you that I would recommend to you.







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