Click Click Delete [NOOK Book]

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Click, Click, Delete is a contemporary romantic suspense novel set in Orlando, Florida and the surrounding area. It evokes images of sunshine and oranges. But beneath the surface of all that Southern hospitality and graciousness lurk betrayal, intrigue, and death.
When Robert Brighton, owner of a small pharmaceutical firm is found dead, the cause is ruled an apparent heart attack. His daughter Amanda reluctantly takes over the family business. As she tries to get on with her ...
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Overview

Click, Click, Delete is a contemporary romantic suspense novel set in Orlando, Florida and the surrounding area. It evokes images of sunshine and oranges. But beneath the surface of all that Southern hospitality and graciousness lurk betrayal, intrigue, and death.
When Robert Brighton, owner of a small pharmaceutical firm is found dead, the cause is ruled an apparent heart attack. His daughter Amanda reluctantly takes over the family business. As she tries to get on with her life, she meets drop dead gorgeous Chance Collins, a local citrus grove owner and falls hard for him

Chance has just broken up with a long time girlfriend, and though Amanda takes his breath away, he is not in the market for another relationship. But when he finds out she recently lost her father he instantly loses some of his attitude.

As Chance and Amanda take their friendship to another level, it becomes apparent to Chance that Amanda is being followed and in danger. But will he be in time to save Amanda once the stalker corners her and threatens to kill her?
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Editorial Reviews

Donna Moore
Heide Katros writes marevelous charaters and strong, compelling stories that will keep you rivited. Click Click Delete is one of her best yet!
Diane Davis White
Amanda Brighton is stalked by the man who killed her father, she is terrified. Her unlikely savior, Chance Collins, comes running to rescue her.


Ms. Katros writes suspense the way I like it. Fast paced, thrilling and something new with every turn of the page. Her sense of timing is impeccable and her plot lines are always solid.

I couldn't put this book down! Read it from front to back non-stop.

If you like handsome heroes with lots of brains and courage beyond
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013433403
  • Publisher: Heide Katros
  • Publication date: 9/26/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 338
  • File size: 668 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2011

    A must read!

    Heide Katros writes marevelous charaters and strong, compelling stories that will keep you rivited. Click Click Delete is one of her best yet!

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