Quinn (New York City's Finest #3)


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Who or what is The Network? In Quinn, book 3 in the New York City's Finest series, former NYPD investigator Quinn Peters must use all of the skills honed in the military and police force to solve a missing person's case unlike any other he’s encountered.

Jen Daniels is an enigma. Beautiful, intelligent, and mysterious, she’s the former manager of a shelter for at-risk teens who’s currently struggling with the disappearance of her troubled sister, Sarah. Did Sarah disappear on her own, or is something more insidious at play? When Jen walks through the front door of Quinn’s PI office, they begin the long and winding road to seek answers to that very question.

Enter Quinn Peters: a former Navy SEAL and police detective, he's cultivated a career learning how to control his emotions and get the job done. After an uncharacteristic outburst forces him out of the NYPD, he opens his own private investigation business to help the citizens of New York on his own terms. Will he be able to help Jen find her missing sister? Is Jen interested in more than just Quinn's aptitude as an investigator? And does he share her feelings?

A Happily Ever After contemporary romance series with each book set in a different borough, the New York's City's Finest series follows the interconnected lives and loves of five NYPD officers. The events of this book take place in Brooklyn, with book 4, Noah, set in the Bronx.

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