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By Brooke McKinley

Miller Sutton, a by-the-book FBI agent, is beginning to see a few troubling colors of grey in his black-and-white international. He comes face-to-face along with his doubts within the individual of Danny Butler, a mid-level drug runner Miller hopes to take advantage of to trap a far greater fish: Roberto Hinestroza, a drug lord Miller has pursued for years. Danny has no real interest in being a witness opposed to his boss, either out of a feeling of twisted loyalty and since he is aware double-crossing Hinestroza is a certain loss of life sentence. yet he reluctantly concurs to cooperate, and as he suspects, it does not take lengthy for Hinestroza to determine the betrayal. Miller is shocked to find Danny's now not the career-criminal lowlife he anticipated; whilst, Danny unearths himself helplessly interested in Miller's innate goodness. They slightly start to discover the sparking allure among them whilst Hinestroza's hitman tracks them down, after which they're at the run, either for his or her lives and for any type of love.

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Morning,” he mumbled to Miller, who was sitting on the couch, a lukewarm mug of coffee in his hand. “There’s coffee in the kitchen,” Miller said. “Some cereal too. But I’m going to have to run out later for groceries. ” After he’d picked up Danny at the bookstore the day before, they’d come directly to this apartment, one of several the FBI kept for just this purpose: hiding witnesses and informants away from the world. Miller had been lucky this one was available; at least it had two bedrooms and was in a decent part of town.

Danny paused to suck in a lungful of air. ” Miller’s voice was tight and matter-of-fact. ” Danny flung his hand outward, sending a spray of books toppling to the floor. ” The woman up front gave Danny a suspicious glance over the rim of her glasses. “Sorry,” he called, bending over to gather the books in his arms. ” he hissed into the phone cradled between ear and shoulder. “Stay put, out of sight. I’ll be there in ten minutes. When you see 40 | Brooke McKinley my car, come out and get in the front seat.

He slipped into the car in one quick movement, the slide of his sweaty back against the cold leather sending icy tendrils tiptoeing up his spine. Danny pulled the door shut, slowly adjusting to the gloom. A thin face swung in Danny’s direction—eyes glittering like dark diamonds, Shades of Gray | 27 cheeks pockmarked with old scars, one gold-plated tooth playing hideand-seek behind a ruthless smile. “I want out,” Danny tried to say, scrambling for the door. But it was too late—his future decided in an instant—and the car was pulling away, Ortiz’s worried face left behind in the car wash parking lot.

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