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He'd never been shot by a woman . . .
He was once a distinguished army officer, a man of honor and heroism. But that was before Alexander Hayes was wrongly accused of treason. Forced to abandon everything he held dear, Alec became a spy for England in an attempt to clear his name. His latest commission sounds simple: locate a retired soldier gone missing. But it also sends him back home, to a family who'd thought him deadfor five years—and a woman who'd like to shoot him.
Everything Cressida Turner's ever heard about Alec tells her that he's a traitor of the worst kind, and yet this enigmatic, infuriating, and utterly captivating man may be the only person she can trust—and the only one who can find her missing father. With nowhere else to turn, she reluctantly joins forces with Alec, unprepared for both the dangerous secrets that threaten them and the relentless passion that drives them into each other's arms.
This one was hard to finish. I wanted to like it, but it just wasn't happening for me. I can't understand why the heroine was so distrustful of the only person who was willing to... Read morePublished 5 months ago by classielynn
This was a fast paced read and I loved it.The characters were great and it felt real as far as family reacting to each other. I loved all the ins and outs. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Nancy Luebke
I found the story to some what slower paced but that was due to the objective and for it to be a woman's point of view it made sense. Read morePublished 20 months ago by jess
Tortured war heroes aren't the easiest of men to love, but add in a charge of treason, and you have a man that finds it hard to trust and confide in others! Read morePublished on November 18, 2012 by Alohabookworm
I love this story! Both the main characters are easy to like and you really want them together.
He comes back home after being accused of treason and his family... Read more
It arrived before deadline and in good condition. I would purchase from them again.Published on January 31, 2010 by M. Martin