The Caregiver (Book 1 of The Caregiver Series)

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Scarlett Lang is a hit woman turned Interpol agent posing as caregiver to London's biggest drug lord, Armand Sayer. Her resourcefulness as both henchwoman and nurse helps her win much more than Armand's trust. Which brings her to the dilemma of having to choose between being loyal to her profession or her heart. More
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About Astrid 'Artistikem' Cruz

Astrid H. Cruz a/k/a Artistikem was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1984. Writing has always been a passion of hers; she's been making up stories since she can remember. Now she writes them down in the virtual pages of the Internet for everyone to enjoy.

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Review by: donyou on Dec. 07, 2014 :
Scarlett is hired as a live-in nurse for Armand Sayer. She is well qualified and quickly assumes her responsibilities. That would all be very simple if Armand was a normal person and not a drug lord recovering from wounds received in an attempt on his life. And if Scarlett was just a nurse and not an agent for Interpol, undercover to gather evidence to prosecute drug dealers. Scarlett is well suited for that also, as her grandfather, a hit man, raised her after her parents are killed.

The story carries on and feelings develop between Scarlett and Armand. Will they discover that Scarlett is an agent? Will Armand or his body guard, George do to her what others are trying to do to them? The story comes to a smashing conclusion when another drug lord decides to remove Scarlett, the Interpol agent, from the story.

This novel is well written. The story moves ahead at a suitable pace. There is often a mystery of what some of the characters may do next. When they are gruff, you never know what will occur next. When they act friendly, it is unsettling as they must have a reason that may not be nice. It is a hard novel to read casually as there is always something coming and it is always just a few pages ahead. An excellent start to the series.
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