Dangerous Relations

Dangerous Relations

by Marilyn Levinson
Dangerous Relations

Dangerous Relations

by Marilyn Levinson



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After Ardin Wesley's cousin Suziette is murdered, her widower, Brett, asks Ardin to help him adopt Suziette's little girl, whom he's grown to love. Trouble is, no one knows the identity of the child's natural father. Ardin decides she wants to adopt Leonie, and take her to home to Manhattan.
Although she is drawn to Brett, an abusive husband turned Ardin against love and marriage. Brett feels betrayed when he learns of her plans to adopt the child. When someone sets fire to Ardin's aunt's house, she barely escapes with her life. Despite their differences, Brett offers her shelter and together they work to create a secure home for the bereft little girl and to discover the identity of her father before someone else dies to protect his terrible secret.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015599084
Publisher: Uncial Press
Publication date: 10/12/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 500 KB

About the Author

Marilyn Levinson is a former Spanish teacher and the author of mysteries and books for children and young adults. Her first children's book, AND DON'T BRING JEREMY, was a nominee for six state awards. NO BOYS ALLOWED has sold over 200,000 copies.
More recently, Marilyn has been writing mysteries for adults. Suspense Magazine awarded A MURDERER AMONG US a Best Indie of 2011. The sequel, MURDER IN THE AIR is available on Amazon and Pubit. Her ghost mystery, GIVING UP THE GHOST, came out in April with Uncial Press. Recently, Untreed Press has epublished her short story romance, "I'm Getting Married."
Marilyn is a member of The Authors Guild, RWA, The Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime and the Guppies. She's a co-founder and president of the Long Island chapter of Sisters in Crime.
Marilyn lives on Long Island with her husband, Bernie, and their brat cat, Sammy.
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