By Kelly Bridgewater
Tasked with figuring out who left a baby girl at the Houston FBI office, Special Agent Tanner Wilson has only one hint--his ex-girlfriend's name written on a scrap of paper. But child psychologist Macy Mills doesn't recognize little Addie, and someone's dead set on abducting her . . . even if it costs Tanner's and Macy's lives. And with Addie and Macy as targets, Tanner's new mission is to protect them both--at the risk of his own life and heart. Macy will do anything to help him find who's after Addie, and make amends for her past mistakes. But for their reunion to become a second chance at love, they must find a way to survive the danger threatening to tear them apart.
The Baby Assignment by Christy Barritt is a short novella from Harlequin. The romantic suspense novel is a quick read with non-stop thrills. From the first moment Special Agent Tanner Wilson arrives on the scene, he makes a huge splash, causing the world of Macy Mills to turn upside down. The romance and the suspense is formulaic, but Barritt does a great job at creating interesting types of suspense twists that keep me turning the pages. The romance heats up the moment Tanner and Macy meet each other again. I really enjoyed the novel especially because Barritt does a great job at creating original stories. Overall, I finished The Baby Assignment really quickly, but I enjoyed spending time with Tanner and Macy and watching them fight for each other and the baby.
I received a complimentary copy of The Baby Assignment by Christy Barritt from Christy Barritt, but the opinions stated are all my own.
My Rating: 4 out of 5 stars