Cold Case Affair (Silhouette Romantic Suspense Series #1582)

Cold Case Affair (Silhouette Romantic Suspense Series #1582)

by Loreth Anne White
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Cold Case Affair (Silhouette Romantic Suspense Series #1582) by Loreth Anne White



Coming home was anything but safe to Muirinn O'Donnell. The successful journalist, single, pregnant and proud, was back in her Alaskan hometown, investigating her grandfather's death—and finding evidence of a conspiracy. Muirinn turned to the one person who could protect her—her first love, rugged bush pilot Jett Rutledge. Though years had passed since they'd seen each other, Muirinn trusted him.

She felt strong with Jett on her side, but wondered how long his kindness would last. Because Muirinn had kept a painful secret from Jett for eleven long years. If he found out, she feared he might never forgive her.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781426841347
Publisher: Silhouette
Publication date: 10/01/2009
Series: Wild Country , #1582
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
File size: 169 KB

About the Author

Loreth Anne White is a double RITA nominee, an RT Reviewers' Choice award winner for romantic suspense, and a double Daphne Du Maurier finalist. She hails from southern Africa, but now lives in a ski resort in the moody Coast Mountain range. When she's not writing you will find her skiing, biking or hiking with her Black Dog, and generally trying to avoid the bears. 

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Cold Case Affair (Silhouette Romantic Suspense Series #1582) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
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lenlee More than 1 year ago
very good ride for a good read. takes you right up the top of the mountain and then pushes you off for a surprise landing.
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rldbear More than 1 year ago
Lorethe Anne White does it again!!! The chemistry between Muirinn and Jett is so hot it can burn the pages. The suspense will keep you at the edge of your seat the whole time. When Muirinn goes home to see Gus she finds all these secrets surrounding everyone and the whole town. This is a book you don't want to miss. It is definately worth 5 stars.
Minttu More than 1 year ago
If you want to read a book you just have to read from cover to cover right away, then this shoud be your choise. Muirinn O'Donnell has returned home after eleven years because of her grandfather's death. She suspects the death might not be a natural one despite the official verdict. The break-ins into her grandfather's home and newspaper and the fact that her grandfather was still investigating the death of her father make her even more suspicious. Someone is willing to kill in order to keep their secrets. However, Muirinn has secrets of her own: she was pregnant with Jett Rutledge's baby when she left town and she gave him up for adoption. And now she is pregnant again, thanks to wonders of modern medicine. But she isn't the only one with secrets. Also Jett has a secret that might break their blossoming relationship once again -even if they survive the murder attempts.
Jessiecue More than 1 year ago
Do secrets always come out even when you burry them? Are you better off keeping a secret? Almost everytime you try to bury a secret it comes out. In this book we have a bunch of buried secrets about several different things. They can all ruin the lives of the people in this small town. You have murder, accidental deaths, poisoning, betrayel, adoption, & search/rescue parties. You name it, it is likely to happen in this book. Many times people try to cover up a scandal but they always get burned and everything is much worse. I was captivated at the secrets that Murriun and Jett keep from each other. If either of them had enough fatih in each other they wouldn't be in the shape they are in today and would not have so many wasted years. They may still have had a hard time over coming the scandal that was released in the town on this cold day though.
EllenToo More than 1 year ago
If you like romance and suspense you'll love this book. It contains secrets, lies, murder, conspiracy, questionable death, love, and second chances. Muirinn O'Donnell returned to her hometown of Safe Harbor, Alaska after eleven years. She was there to take over her grandfather's newspaper business and to find out how her grandfather really died. She did not believe the official verdict that he had died of a heart attack and had fallen down a mine shaft. Her grandfather ~Gus~ had been her only living relative and she was determined to find answers. She set out to prove that someone had killed him in order to protect themselves. She had a past in Safe Harbor with Jett Rutledge that she would have to explain. She was also seven months pregnant making her safety even more important. When Muirinn had run away from Safe Harbor she had been pregnant with Jett's child and had given it up for adoption and this was a secret that she would have to reveal if she expected him to help her. What she didn't know was that Jett already knew and was very angry with her. Since her grandfather had been found down a mine shaft where twenty years earlier an explosion that had killed all of the men in the tunnel had occurred she was sure that whoever killed Gus was trying to stop him from revealing a secret he had uncovered that would prove the explosion was no accident. Jett was determined to have nothing to do with Muirinn but when someone started trying to kill her he had to protect her and find out the truth behind the attempts. The town was basically run by the Moran family and they were the ones trying to stop Muirinn from finding answers...but were they responsible for trying to kill her and had they killed Gus? And how were they connected to the explosion in the mine twenty years ago?...Or were they connected to the explosion and Gus's death and the attempted murder of Muirinn or just trying to hide the truth to protect someone else? Guess if you really want to know you'll have to read the book for yourself?