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Romance
Author: Lisa Diaz
ISBN: 1586088955
Subcategory: Contemporary
Pages 196 pages
Publisher New Concepts Publishing (February 19, 2007)
Language English
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 102
ePUB size: 1475 kb
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by Lisa Diaz


When you swear to do your duty in accordance with the Law sometimes you need a criminal to do your dirty work. That’s how Sergeant Lisa Barnes met Alex Freeman.

When you swear to do your duty in accordance with the Law sometimes you need a criminal to do your dirty work. In collaboration they began investigating suspicious Arms company logistics from an anonymous tip-off. Who thought it would lead to their lives being threatened? One assassin disarmed and cable-tied and the next thing she knows, Lisa is waking up on an asylum floor.

CEO Melanie Harris is convinced Mark Richards murdered her cousin, Shauna  . Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Gunned Down After years of hard work, Brian and Jeannie Legg had earned a well deserved life of leisure in their picture-perfect Phoenix mansion. Until their troubled son showed up with a need for cash-and a thirst for murder. Two Bodies David Legg was an obsessive control freak and an army deserter. After fathering an illegitimate child.

The soft yolks oozed as he dipped his toast in, just the way he liked them. A sudden gust of wind whipped across the table, rocking the flower vase. He reached out and steadied it. A sudden gust of wind whipped across the table, rocking the flower vase tainly picked up since his visit earlier to the Garage. He noticed Maggie’s hands shaking as she poured the coffee, although her face looked calm. Was she still upset about earlier? She’d certainly given that woman a whack. Maybe it was some kind of family row, he thought, as he bit into his toast? Family tensions were not something he had to worry about

DEADLY DECEIT Nancy Buckingham Chapter One Over dinner, Kate Maddox and Richard Gower were playing the Lookalike game.

DEADLY DECEIT Nancy Buckingham Chapter One Over dinner, Kate Maddox and Richard Gower were playing the Lookalike game.

Deceit is deadly to the well-being of a pack. It erodes the very foundation that unites members, creates distrust and breaks down the bonds that are essential to all. A pack must function as a unit, relying on the integrity of each other at all times. If the word of a pack mate cannot be trusted, doubt begins to fester. For this reason, one who practises deceit should be cast out to roam the world on their own. There is no place for such an individual person in the Lycan world. Source: Book of the Law.

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CEO Melanie Harris is convinced Mark Richards murdered her cousin, Shauna. And yet when Shauna's diary is discovered, it implicates someone else entirely. But as the fierce rivalry between her and Mark turns into untamed passion and love, she's no longer certain what to believe. Can she trust her instincts? Was she right all along? Or will both of them find themselves the target of a killer who will stop at nothing to see them dead? Rating: Contains violence, adult content, and sexual content.
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Melanie Harris has worked damned hard to make it to where she is. Despite the fact that her father owned the business, she wasn't handed everything, as people had always thought. And now that she's built the business into something bigger, especially with the Bernstein deal coming up, she's not about to let anything get in the way of that. Including the recently-released, murderous husband of her dead cousin. But when the board votes to let Mark Richards return, Melanie has to project a professional attitude, suck it up, and work with him. And now that there's a problem with the Grand Hotel, they're going to be working much closer than Melanie ever dreamed.

Mark Richards has just spent six months in jail for a crime he didn't commit. He never could have murdered Shauna, not in a million years. Now that he's free, he vows he'll do whatever it takes to find the person responsible for the crime. Once he gets back to work and finds the real culprit, everything will be okay. Even with the controlling interest in Harris Development, he knows he's going to have a hard time convincing his late wife's cousin to accept him. But working with her has led him to discover much more than he wanted to uncover, both personally and professionally.

I enjoyed Deadly Deceit. The storyline was intricately and carefully woven, but there were a few things that irked me. The editing staff at NCP missed more than a few things, pulling me out of the story many times, i.e. "escaladed" instead of "escalated." It was tiresome to read so many mistakes in one story, and they were all easy catches. Another thing I found irksome was the excessive name dropping. Who really asks someone in they want a La Croix instead of just offering them a water? The countless references to Oscar de la Renta perfume and Gucci purses was over the top. A good description of the characters would have left the readers knowing of their expensive tastes much better than the name-dropping. Besides those two things, I really did enjoy the story. I think with some tweaking and re-editing, this would be a much better read without all the diversions.

Hunter
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BoberMod
Melanie Harris is stunned when she walks into her office only to find her cousin's murderer, Mark Richards, sitting behind her desk. Mark has claimed he was innocent since the beginning but Melanie has never believed his act. Now he is back in her life again since he received Shauna's stock in Harris Development from her will after he was released from prison on a technicality.

Mark is determined to spend his time trying to find Shauna's killer and prove his innocence but that is proving hard to do when Melanie won't believe him and it looks as if someone wants them both out of the picture. As they work together to find out who's behind the strange incidents, Mark and Melanie start developing feelings for one another even though they both try to deny them.

Deadly Deceit by Lisa Diaz is a carefully plotted whodunit that surprised me in the end. I felt that both Mark and Melanie were great characters but I had a hard time relating to either one of them. I felt as though the spark between them was missing and if their connection had been expanded on a little more it would have made for an outstanding story.

After saying that, I still feel that Deadly Deceit was a good book and I'd love to read more by Lisa Diaz.

By Tammy
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