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Publisher's Summary

Christy Award-winning author Deeanne Gist and J. Mark Bertrand team up for a romantic crime mystery.

Dogwalker Rylee Monroe believes she’s being stalked by a serial thief who is targeting a wealthy Charleston community. Reporter Logan Woods covers the break-ins, hoping to pen a true-crime blockbuster. But as danger draws closer, will Logan chase the story, the villain, or the beguiling Rylee?

©2010 Deeanne Gist and J. Mark Bertrand (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

Critic Reviews

“The impressive debut of this new writing partnership has just the right balance of interesting characters, action, mystery, and—of course—love.” (Booklist)

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  • Panicked
  • Devlin, Ontario, Canada
  • 09-18-12

odd

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this was an odd book. I didn't mind the story, it wasn't exactly edge of your seat thriller or anything. The romance was kind of thrown into the mix but not developed to the extent that you would really think they were madly in love. It was read okay and written fine enough to be a light entertaining, unbelievable type tale. Wouldn't necessarily recommend it but also wouldn't say not to listen.

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  • tasha
  • Parkville, MO, United States
  • 12-23-10

Slow in the Beginning, Rushed at the End

This is a pretty good book, the reason why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because the story is kinda of slow at the beginning, but not too slow as to make me want to stop listening but slow enough that if a missed a few seconds or minutes of the story I didn't worry about about rewinding it to see of I missed anything. To me the ending was very rushed. It seemed like only the last two chapters addressed rapping the story up. All in all it is worth a credit and it is an enjoyable story.

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