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Hidden Desires
     

Hidden Desires

2.8 6
by Elle Kennedy
 

Solving a cold case has never been hotter.

Life just isn't fair. Not only is fashion designer Rachel Foster on the wrong side of a locked dressing room door in nothing but her underwear, her humiliation is worse than public. It's witnessed by the one man she never wanted to see again: Travis Gage, the man who pushed her sister to suicide.

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Solving a cold case has never been hotter.

Life just isn't fair. Not only is fashion designer Rachel Foster on the wrong side of a locked dressing room door in nothing but her underwear, her humiliation is worse than public. It's witnessed by the one man she never wanted to see again: Travis Gage, the man who pushed her sister to suicide.

In a flash, old wounds-and long-forgotten feelings-lie raw and exposed to his hot, desiring gaze.

Seeing Rachel all grown up and sexy jolts Travis with a surge of lust-and the shock of learning she blames him for her sister's death. His skills as a cold-case detective are exactly what she needs to solve the mystery and lay her sister's ghost to rest. But first, he has to convince Rachel he's innocent . . . and that she can trust him.

And if she winds up in his bed in the process, he won't be complaining . . .

Warning: This title contains a sexy cop and a heroine who can't resist him. Expect some super-hot sex that will have you fanning yourself.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605049809
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
04/13/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
191,405
File size:
974 KB

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Hidden Desires 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not as good as most of her books. The ones about the Navy Seals are best.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Way too much drama and sadness. Some happy times are necessary for me to believe that a couple would fall for each other. And I really don't like stories that include widowers still in love with their dead wives. It takes away from the romance; makes it less special. And I didn't like that there was an important conversation overheard that the hero never explained to the heroine. Not recommended. ##
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