Necessary Secrets [NOOK Book]

Overview

Warrant Officer Sylvie Mitchell had resolved to put her last top secret military assignment behind her. Then Jon Cahill, her unborn baby's uncle, showed up, demanding answers about his brother's death in the line of fire. Answers that a government oath--and Sylvie's own guilt--wouldn't allow her to give...

Jon was as determined to be her child's father figure as he was to learn about the fatal night Sylvie became pregnant. But despite the risk to her secrets, she soon found ...

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Overview

Warrant Officer Sylvie Mitchell had resolved to put her last top secret military assignment behind her. Then Jon Cahill, her unborn baby's uncle, showed up, demanding answers about his brother's death in the line of fire. Answers that a government oath--and Sylvie's own guilt--wouldn't allow her to give...

Jon was as determined to be her child's father figure as he was to learn about the fatal night Sylvie became pregnant. But despite the risk to her secrets, she soon found comfort in the sexy cop's passionate embraces. Would the one man who could chase away Sylvie's demons still want to be a part of her life when the painful truth was revealed?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426873775
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 9/1/2010
  • Series: Silhouette Intimate Moments Series, #1344
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 861,500
  • File size: 417 KB

Meet the Author



After retiring from the military, Barbara Phinney decided she needed a creative outlet. Reading had always been a passion for her, so she took the next step and began to write. She wanted to write for a genre that was both exciting and challenging. And what could be more challenging than trying to sort out other people's lives, motives and how they grow to love another person more than themselves? And that's how Barbara chose romance writing.

After writing too many bad manuscripts to count, Barbara finally linked up with other romance writers and the Romance Writers of America. They encouraged her, critiqued her work and in the case of her critique partners, allowed her to wail on their shoulders when the rejections came.

Just before she finally moved into a travel trailer while her dream home was being built, she sent a manuscript to Silhouette, thinking she had plenty of time to settle into her new home before she heard anything from the publisher. Little did Barbara know that an editor had read the story and was trying to get in touch with a contract offer. Barbara claims to be the only writer to get "the call" in a letter!

With no computer or furniture, Barbara managed to polish Trust No One and get it out under the deadline.

Of course, nowadays, Barbara is in her new home, and when she's not volunteering at her children's school, feeding silly yet lovable chickens, or hiking in the woods behind her house, she writes exciting new stories in her new office.

Barbara invites her readers to contact her. You can visit her web site at http://personal.nbnet.nb.ca/barbarap, or you can write to her at P.O. Box 6352, Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada, E4L 1G6.
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  • Posted April 13, 2012

    This is another patheic female. Its really disappointing that

    This is another patheic female. Its really disappointing that women write strong women in good relationships with men. Patheric. Not a good read. Not an author I'll likely purchase again. Harlequin - get better standards of women!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2005

    A Great Winter Read

    Barbara Phinney¿s background in the military shines through in her newest book, Necessary Secrets. Sylvie Mitchell and Jon Cahill are truly heroic as they struggle to overcome their personal barriers to finding love, and Ms Phinney keeps us guessing about the outcome to the very end. Necessary Secrets is a great book to curl up with because who doesn¿t love a good secret?

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