Sinner [NOOK Book]

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Can a sinner ever really change his ways?

No one is more surprised than Bryce McClintock when he is mentioned in his father's will. The two had been estranged for fourteen years, and Bryce hadn't expected—or wanted—any part of his father's estate. But the former FBI agent, smarting from a botched final assignment and finding himself in need of respite, heads to Heyday—only to discover that Lara Lynmore, the woman who directly contributed to his...

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Overview

Can a sinner ever really change his ways?

No one is more surprised than Bryce McClintock when he is mentioned in his father's will. The two had been estranged for fourteen years, and Bryce hadn't expected—or wanted—any part of his father's estate. But the former FBI agent, smarting from a botched final assignment and finding himself in need of respite, heads to Heyday—only to discover that Lara Lynmore, the woman who directly contributed to his on-the-job problem, has also come to town.

Kieran, Bryce and Tyler: Three brothers with different mothers—brought together by their father's last act. The town of Heyday will never be the same—and neither will they.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426883552
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 11/24/2010
  • Series: Heroes Of Heyday Series , #1249
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 510,701
  • File size: 585 KB

Meet the Author

Kathleen wrote her first book in the first grade. It was a shameless derivative story about Dick and Jane, and was at least seven pages long. Her mother loved it. Her first grade teacher, Sister Anna Mary, loved it. But it would be almost three decades before Kathleen attempted another novel.

In the meantime, though, she never stopped writing. She wrote some awful poetry in high school, working through the typical hormonal overreaction to having her heart broken by "the wrong boy."

After college, she took a newspaper job, and she eventually worked her way up to the position of television critic before throwing it all over to follow her heart, and her husband, a fellow journalist, to make a home in Miami.

When her first child was born, and her life began to consist of cleaning up after small creatures who didn't understand indoor plumbing, she decided she had to go back to writing. But she couldn't bear to leave her amazing little girl, so she turned once again to novels. And because she was a born sentimentalist, and a great believer in romance, she decided to try to write for Harlequin.

Today, Kathleen still lives in Florida, still is married to the same extraordinary man, and has two children she adores. Her daughter is a university senior, a musical, magical beauty who has become her best friend. Her son is a witty, wonderful member of the tennis team and a handsome devil whose smile breaks hearts at school, warms hearts at home.

Kathleen is a true Cancer, valuing home and friends above everything. She still counts as her most important people her sister, her best friend from childhood, her special buddy from high school, and the friends she has made through the years, among other writers.

She has a cockatiel named Lizzie, who terrorizes the other small birds in her office/aviary. She loves flowers, colored cut glass, Mozart ,and Elvis. She is addicted to The X-Files, Dorothy Dunnett novels, and sugarfree Popsicles.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Fine contemporary romance

    Rising Hollywood star Lara Lynmore gives a presentation at the Breast Cancer Awareness luncheon when her stalker stuntman Kenny Boggs makes his move. Her bodyguard, former FBI Agent Bryce McClintock intercedes. The deranged Kenny uses a knife to stab Bryce in his upper arm to the bone; Bryce shoots and kills the dangerous intruder......................... Bryce returns home to Heyday where he surprisingly inherited the home of his estranged father. His plan is to recuperate enough to play blackjack in the Bahamas. Lara follows Bryce not because she hero worships him, but because she has loved her bodyguard from almost the first moment her lawyer, his friend, introduced them. Now she must persuade him that he comes first not fame....................... The latest ¿Heroes of Heyday¿ (see THE SAINT) is a fine contemporary romance starring two likable lead protagonists though the hero is in denial perhaps a bit too long as he insists he is not the marrying kind and that she is. Lara is a terrific individual who struggles to not let fame overwhelm her as much as she toils with getting Bryce to recognize they belong together. Fans will enjoy this fine look at the price of fame while looking forward to the third brother¿s tale, THE STRANGER.................. Harriet Klausner

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