Special Agent Lucifer

Undercover FBI Book 16

by Mimi Barbour

Sarna Publishing

Contemporary Romance: Romantic Suspense, Mystery: Romantic Suspense

June 25, 2024

Available in: e-Book

Special Agent Lucifer
by Mimi Barbour

Dive into the streets of Nashville where there Agent Lucifer is undercover as a country singer, navigating a whirlwind of dysfunction to root out the deadly drugs ravaging the community. He's devilish, withdrawn personality suits his name and maintaining a facade of friendliness towards tourists strains his resolve. Thanks to an old friend, a guitar wiz who has his back, he soldiers on until the gorgeous, mysterious Honey Bolder stumbles into his world, stirring up trouble with her probing inquiries.

Working as a high school teacher, Honey has put in her time in dealing with insolent teens and angry parents. Bullying becomes a huge issue at her school, and Honey won't put up with the defiance and hurtful behavior. When she refuses to turn a blind eye, that attitude gets her in a lot of trouble and has her facing repercussions she never anticipated.

Driven by an unyielding desire for justice, Honey's determined to uncover the truth behind her sister's tragic demise a decade ago. Armed with a single lead - the killer's affiliation with a country-western band - she navigates the shadows of Nashville's music scene, determined to confront the past and find closure.

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Mimi Barbour's Bio

NYT & USA Today, best-selling, award-winning author, Mimi Barbour, lives onthe beautiful east coast of Vancouver Island and writes her romances with tongue-in-cheek and a mad glint in her eye. Asked why she prefers paranormal or suspenseful romance, she answers, chuckling...   "Because it's fun! Imagination can be a lot more interesting than what happens in real life to so-called normal people. I love my characters, and my goal is to make the readers love them also. To care about what happens to them while the tale unfolds. If I can steal my booklover's attention away from their everyday grind, absorb them in a fantasy world, and make them care about the ending, then I've done my job."   "Thinking back, writing my first romantic suspense novel switched the hard work into fun, and I've not looked back. I love writing about men and women finding each other and falling in love. Along the way, it pleases me to fill their travels with gritty conflicts -- spiced up with lots of humor and seasoned with a few tears, but always with endings that are happy."