Mistaken identity slows down the hunt, as Detective Will Trent of the GBI discovers the truth of who’s dead. And is saddled with a woman detective who has reason to hate him.
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When con artist Nicolas Fox is hired to “protect” Garson Klepper’s golden Peruvian relics, he’s not counting on FBI Special Agent Kate O’Hare. When Kate’s conned, she holds a grudge.
Betrayal and love give the dying Human Alliance security chief, Bowen Knight purpose, as he pursues his Siren and investigates the betrayal of his own.
A traitorous act threatens the GhostWalkers, and Dr Zara Hightower is sent in, only to be caught up in a nightmare. It’s a suicide mission for the team, but she’s one of them.
New York editor Emery Wakefield has come to Bliss, Texas, in search of
the fabled final novel in the Tender Heart series, but encounters a sexy but stubborn cowboy who holds the rights.
It figures that the gorgeous Keane Winters doesn’t remember Willa Davis. Well, she doesn’t have to deal with him either, until she falls for Petunia, his great-aunt’s Siamese.