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DEA Agent Maggie Holt knows about Hell.

After eighteen months undercover in a Mexican cartel, Maggie is broken. The kickass agent she once was, is gone, leaving her riddled with guilt and nightmares. Forced to take paid leave, Maggie accepts the offer of a vacation on the ranch of the man who’d rescued her from an almost certain death.

Frank Stein knows the signs of PTSD, he’d suffered the symptoms himself as Chief Petty Officer of SEAL Team Five. Honorably retired from duty, Frank has found peace at the family ranch and hopes it will do the same for Magdalena. Ever since he’d first met her when she was interrogating his buddy, Jared, Frank has been fascinated by the raven-haired beauty and wants the chance to see where their relationship could go.

Adam O’Connor is Maggie’s partner. He knows her. He loved her once and could again, if she’d let him in. But he’s also angry she took the chances she did by going undercover against orders. And now, things are different. She’s different.

When a right-wing militia group infiltrates the area, will DEA Agent Maggie Holt, her partner, Adam O’Connor, and ex-SEAL Chief Frank Stein be able to set aside their differences to stop them before someone dies? And who will Maggie choose, the handsome cowboy, or her charismatic DEA partner?

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Maggie was awake when the men rode out of the yard, their figures tall and straight in the saddle. Even though dawn hadn’t grabbed hold of the day yet, it was easy to distinguish between the three. Adam rode in the middle, the Zen to Frank and Jarrod’s more gregarious personalities—though he didn’t mind instigating a ruckus now and then. She grinned as he swept off his beat up old Red Sox cap and slapped Jarrod’s horse on the rear causing it to dance sideways.

Her gaze migrated to Frank, his shoulders wide enough to carry the weight of the world, but she sensed he was exhausted. She could only imagine the danger his duties had entailed as a Navy SEAL, or the stress of losing his father and brother. He was a strong man. One who instilled undying loyalty in his men. Did he realize how rare that sort of connection was?

She let the curtain fall on their departure and turned toward the door, suddenly eager to escape her demons. The hallway was dark and silent, the other guests taking advantage of the comfortable beds and homemade blankets to get a little extra snuggle time. Maggie envied them. Her brain was still in fight or flight mode. The nightmares of her time as Chenglei’s slave were so vivid she often woke in a cold sweat, her hand reaching for the nearest weapon. She’d gone undercover to ruin him, but she was the one destroyed.

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 Because the true power is love!

Jacquie Biggar

My heroes are tough, alpha males who know what they want. That is until they get gob-smacked by heroines who are strong, contemporary women willing to show them what they really need is love.

I’ve been blessed with a long, happy marriage and enjoy writing romance novels that end with happy-ever-afters.

Jacquie Biggar has a wonderful gift for writing hot and extremely likable military men!

Jacqui Nelson

From the time Jacquie was twelve years old, she knew she wanted to be a writer. That year she wrote a short story called Count Daffodil after spending countless hours searching for ideas. The story garnered Jacquie an A and was read aloud through the school’s loudspeaker system. Needless to say, after that she was hooked.

Jacquie grew up, married her best friend, raised a family and left her writing urges to simmer in the background unattended.

She owned and operated a successful diner in her hometown for a number of wonderful years before deciding to live her dream of becoming an author.

Jacquie’s first book, Tidal Falls, a romantic suspense novel about second chances, released September of 2014.

Connect with Jacquie here: jbiggar@jacqbiggar.com





78 comments on “Home

  1. Dianne Kenes

    Looking forward to reading your books

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  2. Laverne Bellemare

    I I really liked going through your blog today, Lots of areas to keep you interested

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  3. This looks really nice, love that background

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  4. Wishing you much success xx

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  5. I enjoyed learning all about your books, Jacquie. Sharing this for you.

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  6. Congrats Jacquie! Wishing you lots of success! I have a few of your books on my Kindle that I am looking forward to getting to. 🙂

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  7. I adored Sweetheart Cove. Nice to see it spotlighted here.

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  8. I do love a good Christmas romance.The cover of Mistletoe Inn is so enchanting and the excerpt was great. You are such an extremely prolific author, Jacquie!

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  9. Kat Taylor

    My home right now is full of amazing fall colors of yellow, cream brown oak, vibrant oranges,burntred and those are just the color of the leaves ,then there is the smell of anchent ever greens and burning fire’s from the chimnies all a wanderfull scent of fall I love it, last but not least Halloween decorations every where scare crows sitting on bales of hae pumpkins with evil grins cornstalks keeping them company. I sit outside with a warm glow in my bell and heart, this is home the Canadian great north and I love it with pride. KAT

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  10. I think I want to use this quote as the opening of an interview with you

    “Jacquie Biggar has a wonderful gift for writing hot and extremely likable military men!” Jacqui Nelson

    I enjoyed this post and like the way you include your twitter stream, Jacquie.

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  11. Oooh, the circumstances for the male character sound heart wrenching, Jacquie.

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  12. Beautiful and enchanting cover and blurb, Jacquie … congratulations on your latest release and best of luck with it. Off to check it out. 😀🌺

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  13. Congrats on the new release, Jacquie. Great cover and I enjoyed the excerpt. Wishing you the best of luck!

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  14. I just reviewed a book about ‘thin ice’ although I think mine was a different sort than yours. Interesting review, Jacquie!

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    • Now you have me curious, lol. I used thin ice as a dual analogy for the danger they’re in, as well as a trust broken. I hope you give it a try when it releases, Jacqui 🙂


  15. What a blessed life you have had Jacquie!

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  16. I’m in awe of your literary prowess, Jacquie.

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  17. Hi Jacquie, I couldn’t thank you on Norah’s ‘Schooldays site’ – as it went completely haywire…In answer to your questions about Wales and Canada. My mother was Welsh and had lots of relatives in South Wales. Inland, it was very peaceful (though not on the coast…) and my aunt was a lovely soul. When the Suez Crisis was in full flow, we lived in Toronto and I worked for Canadian Reinsurance, down town. We travelled to Montreal and all over the various lakes and Niagara and had a whale of a time.It’s a beautiful country but we, nevertheless, suffered homesickness and returned to the UK. We have good friends in Vancouver and stayed with them years later (visited Expo) and also fell in love with Vancouver island…Good luck with all your. obviously successful writing. Long may you reign! Best wishes. Joy x

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    • Hi Joy, thanks for getting back to me 🙂
      I’d love to visit Wales one day. The pictures I’ve seen are of beautiful, serene GREEN hills and of course, the Welsh ponies (which I adore!)


  18. Hi, If ever you reach Wales, one special place is LAUGHARNE. It’s quite beautiful: I’ll try and sort some photos out for you..The poet DylanThomas (“Under Milk Wood”) lived in a boat house near the estuary. Tenby beach is memorable too…Cheers! xx

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  19. Just fab, good luck and keep on keeping on. xx

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  21. Edie LaReau


    I really want to know what happens to Maggie and Frank! Please tell me that they will be back!

    Edie LaReau

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    • Hi Edie,
      Have you read Maggie’s Revenge? I’m currently working on a sequel to that book with more of their story. After the traumatic events Maggie endured, I didn’t feel it would be right for her to easily trust again, so I’m easing into their relationship.
      Don’t give up on me 🙂


  22. Love to read!!

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  23. That’s quite a collection of works you have, Jacquie. 🙂

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  24. To great sounding books, Jacquie, with quite different themes too. You are very versatile.

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  25. So many ‘RomanceReaders’ are happy you’re following your dream, Jacquie ‘Prolific’! ♥♥♥

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  26. It’s only one month away for your new release. Congratulations, Jacquie! I enjoyed the excerpt. And thank you for the generous offer of two of your book for free. I downloaded them!

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  27. I love that cover, Jacquie!

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  28. Hi Jacquie,
    I don’t usually read romance novels but your excerpt is very well-written and intriguing. Nice to “meet” you.

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  29. Congratulations on the new releases, Love ’em! Best wishes, Michael

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