Cavanaugh Reunion [NOOK Book]

Overview


Ethan O'Brien is run over by a beautiful woman as she emerges from a burning building, children in tow. An arsonist is loose in Aurora, and Ethan plans on stopping him. But the beauty is no victim, oh no. She's the very investigator assigned to work with Ethan on his arson case. And just his luck, standing near her makes him hot all over.

Kansas Beckett is determined to find the arsonist who's been torching the city. And she sure doesn't need the likes of Ethan O'Brien getting ...

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Cavanaugh Reunion

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Overview


Ethan O'Brien is run over by a beautiful woman as she emerges from a burning building, children in tow. An arsonist is loose in Aurora, and Ethan plans on stopping him. But the beauty is no victim, oh no. She's the very investigator assigned to work with Ethan on his arson case. And just his luck, standing near her makes him hot all over.

Kansas Beckett is determined to find the arsonist who's been torching the city. And she sure doesn't need the likes of Ethan O'Brien getting in the way. Something about the man spells "trouble." But when he kisses her, her defenses melt, putting her in distinct danger of losing her heart….

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426866142
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 9/1/2010
  • Series: Cavanaugh Justice Series , #1623
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 178,563
  • File size: 512 KB

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  • Posted August 3, 2010

    Cavanaugh Reunion

    The hero of this book and the heroine Kansas are quite the pair. Kansas is a prickly fire investigator working to find the perpetrator in the town of Aurora. Ethan O'Brian is a detective and his first impression of Kansas is that she is a well meaning but trouble maker at a fire.

    Fate has put these two together to capture a fire setting maniac.

    Their relationship is slow growing but heartwarming and I just love Kansas 's little quirks.

    Kudos to a great addition to the Cavanaugh series and congratulations on the Marie Ferrarella's two hundredth book..

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