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Publisher's Summary

Carla Neggers crafts tales of romantic suspense that earn her frequent appearances on both The New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists.

In this sequel to the thrilling Saint’s Gate, FBI art-crimes expert Emma Sharpe and deep-cover agent Colin Donovan are recuperating in Heron’s Cove when they learn of a rare set of Russian jewelry that’s about to be stolen. Their best chance of stopping the theft is splitting up, but with a powerful enemy lurking in the shadows, can Emma and Colin cheat death and be reunited a second time?

©2012 Carla Neggers (P)2012 Recorded Books

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Good series - FBI art theft mystery and a little romance

Great character development but after.a slow middle this had a bit of an abrupt ending. This was the 2nd book in the series.

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Ugh. I really tried to get through this audiobook, but just cannot listen to Carol Monda any longer. It's impossible to follow the story without several rewinds because the characters all have the same voice. The men, the women - the same. The Russians and Irish - the same voice. But, the same character has a different accent from chapter to chapter. Very frustrating! I'll have to try reading the book to see if it's a good story - it is impossible to tell by listening :(