Meet the second member of the elite Secret Six team! Strong, gritty and oh-so-sexy, Grant Halverson is a pilot and as devoted to his mission as his superior officer was in The Spyglass Project.
It's 1926, and Edie Kahn is a struggling film star and daughter of a master brewer. When she returns to Chicago, the city's most powerful crime lord orders her kidnapped in a ruthless blackmail scheme against her father.
Grant must bring her home again. He must deceive her to keep her safe, but keeping her safe isn't easy when they're holed up with heavily-armed gangsters and no way back to his aeroplane. Only his lies help keep them alive. Only his work undercover will give him the answers the Secret Six need to keep their mission strong.
But only the truth will convince Edie to trust him. Grant can't give her what she craves, but there's something convincing in his touch and kisses. She learns she must follow her heart as together, they escape the perils in one country for the safety in another, and discover an unexpected love for each other along the way.
About the Author
After being published in fourteen historical western romances, most of them with Harlequin Historicals, I’m really enjoying the new turn my career has taken. I’ve jumped in feet first with a new 1920s series called The Secret Six, and it’s chock-full of Mafia, Prohibition, suspense, and of course, romance!
THE SPYGLASS PROJECT kicked off the series, and I released a short story, IN THE ENEMY’S SHADOW, soon after. Now, I’m super excited to offer you Book 2, THE BREWER’S DAUGHTER!
Of course, I can’t forget my first romantic suspense, HER MOTHER'S KILLER, or the popular boxed set of four of my historical western romances, IN THE ARMS OF A COWBOY, four for the price of one.
I'm a long-time member of Romance Writers of America, and I'm one of the founding fillies of Petticoats and Pistols, a popular blogsite for western romance. I'm married to my high school sweetheart, Doug, and we have four daughters, all married with sweet grandchildren we just love to pieces. I’m having a ball being retired and doing what I'm most passionate about: writing books.