Rick Gray gave up the love of his life 15 months ago when he didn’t dare correct Ginny Bryson’s misconception that he was a gang member instead of an undercover cop on assignment. He walked away, hurting, because the last thing he wanted to do was draw the gang’s attention to a vulnerable, unsuspecting woman: vulnerable because of her connection to him.
Now posing as a construction foreman to gain evidence of the boss’s previous insurance frauds, Rick finds that Ginny, the boss’s niece, has been hired as the PR person on the current project, a group home for people with special needs. One of the new home’s residents will be Ginny’s younger sister.
Rick doesn’t dare tip Ginny off as to the type of man he suspects her uncle is. In Rick’s desire–drive–to protect her, he once again has to pretend to be someone he isn’t. When Ginny unwittingly talks about how she could never marry a cop, he believes that the real Rick would never have a chance with her anyway.
But Ginny and her sister are in more danger than Rick at first suspected, and all the lies–or truths–in the world may not be enough to save them when trouble comes calling.
Deep Cover is the debut novel of Sandra Orchard, first in a series of undercover cop stories for Love Inspired Suspense, set in the Niagara, Ontario, Canada, area. Orchard did a great job with a believable story line and intertwining theme threads in the exploration of the morals of deception.
Romantic suspense author Sandra Orchard hails from the beautiful rolling hills of Niagara, Canada. She is an active member of The Word Guild, ACFW, and the Faith, Hope, Love chapter of RWA.
To read my interview with Sandra, check today’s post at International Christian Fiction Writers.