A World Full of Crime


Believe it or not, Nadine Daniels and Aislinn Cain live in the same world.  Aislinn deals with the serial killers and things.  Nadine deals with mobsters and every day assholes.

As a matter of fact, one of the missing Cain novels actually involves Nadine & Daniels’ Security.  The plot involved Aislinn being suspended and a contract being offered on her.  While she’s pretty intense and not bad at protecting herself, she hires Nadine to assist with her security.  Zeke, Anthony, and Nadine take charge of protecting her with Alex and Kenzie attempting to track down who ever offered the contract.

In the end, they find the contract killer, the guy who offered the contract, and Aislinn is reinstated to the Marshals.  She also manages to make a friend in Nadine.  Aislinn enjoys the chaos that follows Nadine and Nadine likes Aislinn’s calm and ability to hold her own.

I remember one section from it, towards the end:

“I can hit her with a Taser, it would be no problem,” Aislinn offered.

“I appreciate the offer, but I don’t think filling my mother full of electricity is a good idea,” Nadine answered.

“Fine, but if she gets any ideas about arranging my marriage to someone, all bets are off,” Aislinn looked at the older woman.  She didn’t dislike Melina, but she believed the woman needed a straight jacket and a room with rubber coated walls.

“If she begins to plan your wedding, I’ll hit her with a stun gun,” Nadine looked at her mother, knowing full well that the gears were already turning in her head.  Aislinn was exactly the type of woman that Melina felt needed to be married.  Not because she was incomplete without a man, but because some man was incomplete with her.  She sighed, remembering that her older brother had become single recently and he was a cop.  Melina would definitely consider Aislinn a good match for Liam.  Whether Liam would agree was another story.  She already knew Aislinn wouldn’t.  It would be a long, cold day in Hell before Aislinn allowed herself to be cuckolded into marriage.  “Just promise me to turn down the voltage on your Taser before you tap her with it, please?”

“We’ll have to wait and see how persistent she is before I agree to that,” Aislinn smiled at Nadine.  It was a real smile, the first real smile since the two had met.  Yep, Aislinn was going to increase the dysfunctionality of Nadine’s life, but she was okay with that.

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  1. OMG! That would be too funny! i think that would be a great crossover idea:)

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  2. Haha!! So awesome! I would love to read this!! The idea of Aislinn tasering Nadine’s mom is perfect.

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