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Stolen Kisses

Romance


by
Kate Donovan

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Format: EPUB

Page count: 240 pages

File size: 808 KB

Protection: DRM free

Language: English

It’s a win-win deal until love intrudes on their plans.

Tough-as-nails defense attorney Josie Galloway has one hot button, and FBI agent Locke Harper just pushed it. He dared interrogate her sainted grandmother about an unsolved jewel heist.

To her relief, Grandma is just a witness, not a suspected villain. And Locke seems to be the real victim of all this, since Grandma is clearly up to her old matchmaking tricks.

To appease the old woman-and maybe salvage something out of an awkward situation-Locke and Josie make a deal. They’ll pretend they’re falling for each other, earn Grandma’s trust, get the answers Locke needs to solve the crime, and Grandma gets the reward money. Case solved, everybody wins.

But when Josie and Locke head to the scene of the crime-a honeymoon resort on the coast-they find themselves getting a little too caught up in the risque fun. Until the very real possibility that Grandma’s not quite so innocent snaps them back to reality.

This Retro Romance was previously published by Zebra in 2000.

Warning: Contains a scheming grandma, and two “victims” who don’t need a lot of nudging to fall into each other’s arms.

It’s a win-win deal until love intrudes on their plans.

Tough-as-nails defense attorney Josie Galloway has one hot button, and FBI agent Locke Harper just pushed it. He dared interrogate her sainted grandmother about an unsolved jewel heist.

To her relief, Grandma is just a witness, not a suspected villain. And Locke seems to be the real victim of all this, since Grandma is clearly up to her old matchmaking tricks.

To appease the old woman-and maybe salvage something… (more)

It’s a win-win deal until love intrudes on their plans.

Tough-as-nails defense attorney Josie Galloway has one hot button, and FBI agent Locke Harper just pushed it. He dared interrogate her sainted grandmother about an unsolved jewel heist.

To her relief, Grandma is just a witness, not a suspected villain. And Locke seems to be the real victim of all this, since Grandma is clearly up to her old matchmaking tricks.

To appease the old woman-and maybe salvage something out of an awkward situation-Locke and Josie make a deal. They’ll pretend they’re falling for each other, earn Grandma’s trust, get the answers Locke needs to solve the crime, and Grandma gets the reward money. Case solved, everybody wins.

But when Josie and Locke head to the scene of the crime-a honeymoon resort on the coast-they find themselves getting a little too caught up in the risque fun. Until the very real possibility that Grandma’s not quite so innocent snaps them back to reality.

This Retro Romance was previously published by Zebra in 2000.

Warning: Contains a scheming grandma, and two “victims” who don’t need a lot of nudging to fall into each other’s arms.

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