The Hunk Next Door, Harlequin Intrigue

HND-medThe Hunk Next Door by Debra Webb and Regan Black

In stores November 1, 2014! Ebook or paperback available at Amazon | B&N or your favorite retailer.

USA TODAY bestselling authors Debra Webb and Regan Black introduce the thrilling new spinoff series The Specialists: Heroes Next Door

In the season of hope, someone’s out for blood. Police Chief Abigail Jensen is determined to protect her town—and avoid falling too hard for Riley, the new guy next door. But deciding who to trust can be deadly, especially when he has deep secrets….

Agent Riley O’Brien’s mission is clear when he joins the CIA’s covert Specialist task force: protect a small-town cop from a terrorist, no matter what. Trading his identity for the undercover guise of a handyman is part of the plan…getting close to Abigail on a personal—and passionate—level isn’t.

 

~~~REVIEWS~~~

WINNER: 2015 Best Romantic Suspense Thriller Series – Paranormal Romance Guild Reviewer’s Choice Awards

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“A charismatic hero and playful dialogue make this story a fast read.” -RT Reviews

“I loved it!” -Luana

~~~EXCERPT~~~

“Want to go for a drive?”
She did. Desperately. The intensity scared her. “Aren’t you tired of Christmas lights and holiday displays by now?”
“Are you tired of police work?”
“A little,” she confessed, startling a laugh out of both of them.
“Take a drive with me. I’ll buy you a drink.”
“Didn’t you offer to fix me dinner?”
He unhooked his tool belt and stowed it in the truck. “Maybe I’ll let a professional handle it tonight. I wouldn’t want to overwhelm you with all my talents at once.”
“You’re a terrible flirt.”
“So I’ve been told.” He winked, opening the passenger door of his truck for her.
“No, I mean you’re really bad at it.”
“You want me to up my game?”
Yes. No. Uncertain, she pulled the door shut. When he slid into the driver’s seat she said, “I don’t want any games. I want you to be yourself.”
“Easy enough.” He stared at her for a moment that went on and on and she realized she was holding her breath. “What you see is what you get, Abby.”