Capturing Cleo

Capturing Cleo

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by Linda Winstead Jones
     
 

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Wary and weary, detective Luther Malone longed to get away. Until he strolled into Cleo's and thoughts of solitary nights flew away.... Sultry and seductive in her nightclub, alluring and adorable at home, Cleo Tanner was trouble—but Luther couldn't stay away. Although he doubted Cleo had killed her ex-husband, it seemed another had done it for her. And then a

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Wary and weary, detective Luther Malone longed to get away. Until he strolled into Cleo's and thoughts of solitary nights flew away.... Sultry and seductive in her nightclub, alluring and adorable at home, Cleo Tanner was trouble—but Luther couldn't stay away. Although he doubted Cleo had killed her ex-husband, it seemed another had done it for her. And then a second murder occurred. Was someone after people who upset Cleo?

Suddenly Luther had an idea. He'd get real close to Cleo, and then she'd spurn him. That should catch the killer's attention. Yet it also meant that Luther would be captured by Cleo. But would that be punishment...or the sweetest reward...?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459203914
Publisher:
Silhouette
Publication date:
02/21/2011
Series:
Silhouette Intimate Moments Series , #1137
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
672,336
File size:
492 KB

Meet the Author

New York Times bestselling author Linda Winstead Jones has written more than seventy romance books in several subgenres—historical, fairy tale, paranormal, contemporary and romantic suspense. She is also a six-time RITA® Award finalist and winner of the 2004 RITA® Award for paranormal romance. Linda lives in north Alabama with her husband of forty-two years. She can be reached via www.Harlequin.com or her own website, www.lindawinsteadjones.com.

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Capturing Cleo 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Luther Malone, detective, does not really think that Cleo murdered her ex-husband but thinks she is some how connected to the crime. An interesting book and I wanted to keep reading until it was done.