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The EnforcerThe Counterterrorist Taskforce Team sends Special Agent Tobias Burke undercover into a West Virginia militia led by Captain Dylan Connelly. Dylan’s reputation and her psychological profile mark her as an extremist, likely responsible for the murder of the Secretary of Defense. Tasked with charming Dylan into revealing her secrets, Tobias is surprised by his immediate attraction to the dangerous and lovely Dylan. Yet, as their attraction gains momentum, flaring into passion and deepening into friendship, it dawns on him that Dylan is being framed.

As the evidence mounts against her, his instincts—and then his heart—cry out that Dylan is innocent. With her militia locked in a stand-off with the FBI and a nation watching the drama unfold on television, Tobias and his Taskforce Team pit themselves against the FBI to find the real killer and to clear Dylan’s name.

THE ENFORCER is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo and Smashwords.


“I would recommend this title to any and all romance readers as well as romantic suspense readers. A must read! Another hit from this author, I eagerly await the next installment in the “Taskforce” series. Loved it!” –April Renn, My Book Addiction and More


Marliss Melton, the author whose work Publishers Weekly lauds as “romance that sizzles,” has written another thrilling episode in the Taskforce Series. Daughter of a U.S. foreign officer, Marliss Melton is a Golden Heart and RITA finalist. She enjoyed an exotic childhood growing up overseas where entertainment meant riding on elephants in Laos, Sunday visits to museums in Paris, and tracking tigers in northern Thailand.  Marliss excelled in linguistics, music, and writing.  She has taught English and Spanish at the high school level and Linguistics at the College of William and Mary, her alma mater.  She lives with her husband and many children near Virginia Beach, where she is inspired by real-life stories of government special agents and special operations warriors and the sacrifices they make to combat terrorism.

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