Paperback - 2011
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Mystery unfolds in the Texas heartlands in a riveting tale from bestselling author Diana Palmer.
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : HQN, c2011.
ISBN: 9780373776665
Characteristics: 344 pages ;,17 cm.


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Cammy Blackhawk is determined that her son, Jon, will marry well. Jon is an experienced FBI agent. With the Native American’s dark good looks, it isn’t difficult to find a large number of prospective brides. Luckily, Jon’s assistant, Joceline Perry, has an uncanny knack for reminding him about court appearances and important telephone calls he can’t afford to miss, diffusing their ardor. Even better, Joceline has the rare ability of finding evidence in the most unlikely places. That’s part of why Jon keeps her on, but what’s her reason for staying?

Several years before, Joceline and Jon were at a party together when Jon was the victim of a drug-spiked cocktail. He was so out of it, he didn’t know what he was doing. Then why does Jon remember snatches of an unforgettable night in a lovely woman’s arms? Why does he know that Joceline has a small mole in a very intimate place?

Joceline struggles to keep her personal problems out of the office. Her son, Markie’s, asthma often rearranges her schedule, too, sometimes plunging them into the emergency room. It’s a lot to handle, but single mother Joceline doesn’t regret the choice she made so long ago - even if she is forced to confront Markie’s father every day.

While all of these issues swirl around them, a child killer is plotting to kill again. Evidence conveniently disappears in the heart of the police department and a convicted criminal is released to torment them further. Somehow, this special love still has a chance to survive in the face of such incredible danger.

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