Close PursuitClose Pursuit by Cindy Dees
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Danger, spies, coercion, high speed chases, flashy cars, and a baby?

When Alex Peters and Katie McCloud volunteered to travel halfway around the world to help women in crisis by delivering their babies, neither of them expected to end up on the run with a newborn. After calling in favors to high ranking officials in the FSB and CIA, they finally make it back to the United States where they hope they can escape the people trying to kill them. The problem is that they don’t know who is after them and they don’t know why.

Katie is a kindergarten teacher who is trying to prove to her family that she can make it on her own. Alex is the son of an infamous Russian spy. He is trying to live his life on his own terms but he is constantly being harassed by his father to become a spy for Russia and by the CIA to become a spy for the US. Katie recognizes in Alex a yearning to be loved and she is desperate to show him love and to prove to him that he is capable to loving others.

Cindy Dees’ novel is fast paced and features two very likable main characters. Readers looking for a quick read that contains a little romance with a lot of espionage should look no further.

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