The sixth book in the MacKenzie Quartet works on all levels. It's a sexy action roguery with the sizzling DEA agent, Cade, against a drug-pimping cartel. When the audacious, curvaceous neighbor, Bayleigh, stumbles on-scene, the stakes inflame. While these characters succumb to the usual crisis of emotional insecurity, they are refreshingly honest with themselves and each other. Bayleigh's directness and determination is exactly what you want in a female lead and don't often get. The only rub--and it's a minor one--is similarities between Cade and Cooper (the cousin from book four). They're the same character. If you're looking for a light quick read with guns, action, and steamy sex, this is it.