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Author: Merline Lovelace
ISBN13: 978-0373273256
Title: A Question of Intent (To Protect and Defend)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Silhouette (November 1, 2003)

A Question of Intent (To Protect and Defend) by Merline Lovelace

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A question of intent. Published 2003 by Silhouette in New York. Silhouette intimate moments ;, 1255, To protect and defend. CPB Box no. 2172 vol. 24. The Physical Object. 248 p. ; Number of pages.

U.S. Army Major Jill Bradshaw was used to giving orders, not taking them-so when she met brusque Commander Cody Richardson, the medical officer in charge of her top secret mission, she was a little taken aback. Of course she was also taken with him-a problem, because despite his sterling credentials, she wasn't exactly sure who he was. Or where he came from...Cody had always maintained military and medical protocol at all costs, and he wasn't about to stop now-which meant a hands-off policy as far as a certain lovely army major was concerned. But it was all for the best, Cody told himself. He had secrets to keep-and they were best kept at a distance. She was best kept at a distance...
Reviews: 2
Merline Loavelace did very well with her Codename: Danger series, especially the earlier ones that culminated with the romance between Adam and Maggie. Her new series, To Protect and Defend' comes nowhere near the sizzle in Codename: Danger. It's a pity as Lovelace is so talented and leaves you wanting more after each title. I found A Question of Intent mediocre, there was no suspense neither did the romance between Jill and Cody sparkle. No fireworks, no witty repartees and nothing in the plot to make this book worth reading. I have Full Throttle to be read and if it's no different from Question of Intent, I'm going to have to give Lovelace a miss until she comes out with a single title.
Another great book by Merline Lovelace. The solution to the mystery is unexpected and probable. The relationship between the two main characters is intense but they maintain their professionalism during on-duty times. I just wish that this book was one of Ms. Lovelace's longer books. Her plots and characters are wasted on these short stories. My one complaint, which I have written to Ms. Lovelace about, is that khaki uniforms don't have shoulder boards on them. Rank is designated on the khaki uniform by collar devices. My spouse is in the Navy and this one wrong detail stood out to me.