By Jayne Ann Krentz

From New York Times bestselling writer Jayne Ann Krentz comes an electrifying novel of ardour, homicide, and small-town scandal.
Investigative reporter Irene Stenson hasn’t been to her fatherland of Dunsely, California, because the ugly evening she discovered either her mom and dad lifeless at the kitchen ground. Now, seventeen years later, Irene has acquired a stunning new lead approximately their deaths—and is decided to find the reality of what occurred on that long-ago evening.
Staying at a neighborhood inn, she reveals herself confiding in good-looking Luke Danner—an ex-marine who’s as used to barking orders as Irene is to ignoring them. yet Luke sees the phobia underneath her convinced exterior—and can’t support yet are looking to shield her. he's additionally pushed by way of passions of his personal, and as they’re drawn jointly into the guts of hazard, they are going to chance way over both of them anticipated.

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Folks said she would never be the same after that night when she found her parents on the kitchen floor. " Maxine watched Irene with worried eyes. Holton telling everyone that finding Pamela's body last night might be too much for poor Irene after what happened in the past. " Luke watched Irene walk past the window, heading toward the front door of the lobby. Her face was set and resolute. Not the expression of an unstable woman who was about to go off a cliff, he decided. More like the face of a woman with an agenda.

Irene took a sip of coffee. " "Can't argue with that," Maxine said. " Luke asked. Maxine waved a hand to indicate the landscape outside the lobby windows. "Look around. You don't see any big federally funded projects going on here in Dunsley do you? No road construction money. " "Personally, I consider that part of the charm of the place," Luke said dryly. Maxine laughed. "Tell that to the town council. " Irene said to Maxine. Maxine nodded. "She went to work for her father when she got out of college.

Luke brought the SUV to a halt beside the other car and shut down the engine. "His name is Jason Danner. " For some reason it came as unexpected news to learn that Luke had a family. Why had she assumed otherwise? Of course he had relatives, she thought. Most people had lots of them. She was the exception to the rule, because after her great-aunt had died a few years ago she had no one left. But that was no reason to assume that everyone else she met was in the same situation. Still, there was something about Luke that had made her think he was also alone, a sense of distance, perhaps, as if he, too, looked out at the world from another dimension, just as she had learned to do.

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