A beautiful no-nonsense marine, one by-the-book ruggedly handsome homicide detective, and the case that may well give them eternal bliss or eternal rest, can they trust in each other long enough to find out which it will be? Fallon Maddox is reunited with her family the day they bury her father. She has no idea that coming home will be the beginning of an adventure she may not survive and even if she does, her life will never be the same.
Ian Cavanaugh is a homicide detective who is wrapped up in a case that may not be as simple as it first appears. The deceased is the father of a group of foster children who had made quite a reputation for themselves when he was growing up. He knew it was in his best interest to get the case solved... and fast. His priorities begin to waver as he is reunited with the only daughter in the family.
Her never-wavering calm makes him want to shatter it and expose the passion he knows lies beneath it. No matter how hot blooded their unions are, it was becoming clear that he may have to choose between love and his brotherhood in blue, for their families seemed to always be at increasing odds. Will he have time to make the decision or will it be made for him?
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- KGLP host/producer & traveling therapist.
interesting bwwm story. tissues needed
interesting cop love story
ending made me cry
wondering if they got Married & it survived .
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What did you like best about The Detective's Lover? What did you like least?
The last hour of the story. The story wasn't exciting enough. I was just glad when it was over.
Would you recommend The Detective's Lover to your friends? Why or why not?
No. I prefer a book that sweeps me into the story. This one was just an average story. It didn't even have enough passion between the characters to make it interesting.
Any additional comments?
I'd save my credit for something better. I wouldn't even get this one on sale. It just doesn't have anything to warrant a listen.
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