Электронная книга: Wendy Rosnau «Beneath The Silk»

Beneath The Silk

HE COULD GO HEAD TO HEAD WITH THE DEVILBut fortunately that wasn't going to be necessary. Because detective Jackson Ward, the New Orleans P.D.'s loose cannon– otherwise known as the chief's biggest pain in the butt this side of the Cabildo– was suddenly reassigned. To his home territory in Chicago. To clear the name of the chief's daughter in a murder mess so many layers deep that only someone connected could be trusted with the job .When Sunni Blais was implicated in a mob-related murder, even she knew she needed some help, pronto. But how could it possibly come from the drop-dead gorgeous hunk who'd been dogging her every move since last week? Clearly, she was his target. The question was what would he do with her once he had her?

Издательство: "HarperCollins"

ISBN: 9781408947210

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