Now Charlie is back, to lay old ghosts to rest, to find the answers to who she was, to make peace with her past and her future. And there is no room in that peaceful future for a dangerous man like Connor Maguire.
Maguire knows what he wants. He is about to break the biggest story of his life, Pompasse's murder, and damn anyone who gets in his way. So why can't he keep his eyes and his hands off the old man's widow?
In the old house, where murder is a whisper away, and desire a dance in the moonlight, nothing is quite as it seems.
I couldn't get past the first couple chapters. I could predict how the story was going to end after the first two chapters. Don't think I will try anymore AS books.