From the Inside Flap
She waited while Agent Paul Falcon passed through security. He was tall with authority in his stride, wearing a tailored business suit. She knew his reputation and what was on his desk. Despite his rank and seniority, he worked cases rather than lead a bureau office. He was as far from bureau politics as a murder cop could get, which made him the man who could help her. He was working on too much caffeine and too little sleep, she thought, noting the coffee mug in his hand and the grim tightness around his eyes. But she'd spent too many days working without sleep herself to find it unusual.
"Agent Falcon, this is Officer Ann Silver."
She stepped aside in the lobby, opened her flight bag and removed two photos. She didn't bother to explain; she simply offered them. He took the photos. His watch looked expensive, and the ring was FBI Academy. She'd assumed he was married, yet his left hand was bare.
She saw the flare of heat in his eyes as he recognized the murders.
From the Back Cover
Paul Falcon is the FBI's top murder cop in the Midwest, specializing in cases involving law enforcement. When Ann gives him a new lead in his decades-long hunt for a serial killer, he is immediately intrigued by the tip--and by Ann herself. He suspects she not only has something more to offer to his case but also to his personal life.
He'll fight to earn her trust, but can Paul convince Ann--and her heart--that the risks of full disclosure won't outweigh the danger of keeping quiet?
"The characters are strong and the romance is intriguing. . . . [Henderson fans] will clamor for this title."--Library Journal