Flames of Deceit

Flames of Deceit

eBook - 2014
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Why would a former model claim that Mia Clark's brother, a senator, paid her to end a pregnancy? Intrigued by the implications, suspense drives Mia to find evidence to solve the mystery, clear her family's name, and a possible story to advance her career as a reporter. But mystery conceals danger and Mia's life is at risk when she is locked in a courthouse closet and smells smoke. Judge Jake Stone, a volunteer firefighter, is searching the smoke filled courthouse, hoping to catch an arsonist, but instead, he trips over Mia, collapsed from smoke inhalation. Thinking he has caught the arsonist, Jake is shaken when he looks into Mia's red-streaked eyes and feels a pang in the heart he has kept frozen for the past six years. But suspense over how Mia got into the courthouse captures his attention. Mia's answers do not solve the mystery, but only and to Jake's questions when she begs him not to turn her over to the police. Romance is the last thing on either of their minds as Mia convinces Jake to help her find the evidence that he suspects does not exist. When their lives are threatened, Jake starts to believe Mia is telling the truth. Can romance have a chance when suspense and mystery follow every step they take? Share the intrigue of nighttime escapes in a rowboat, down a deserted highway, and on a bicycle in the dark on the American Tobacco Bike trail as Mia and Jake try to solve the mystery of the former model's death and live to share their love.--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Carol Hutchens, 2014
ISBN: 9781310467189
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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