The Devil She Knew

The Devil She Knew

by Rena Koontz
The Devil She Knew

The Devil She Knew

by Rena Koontz


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She's on the run, hiding from a mob madman. An eyewitness to a murder, Cassidy Hoake is living in a small Ohio town, hiding from the devil. She can't stop looking over her shoulder and doesn't trust anyone. Least of all, Police Officer Clay Cestra who asks too many questions and looks delicious in his uniform. And out of it, for that matter.
Clay Cestra's cop instincts tell him Cassidy is in trouble and he wants to help for more reasons than public service. She's the kind of woman he could love – smart, strong, and sassy. She doesn't want his protection but he can't help offering it.

Her mother's wise words echo in Cassidy's ears — "Better the devil you know than the devil you don't."
She knows the evil she's running from. He's a reputed mobster nipping at her heels. Clay Cestra, on the other hand, is a man tugging on her heart strings. But he is the law and she's a fugitive.

Running to Clay means risking everything, confronting her demons, and defeating the devil.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798369204207
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 07/05/2018
Series: Heels & Handcuffs Novel , #2
Pages: 268
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

I'm a lifelong journalist and an award-winning author. My writing career has taken me into the sports arena, politics, feature writing, editorial writing, and, my favorite, cops and courts. I've chased fire trucks and police cars, covered all sorts of crimes, including murders, and reported criminal, civil, high profile and ordinary trials.

And that's what I write about. In my books, cops are the good guys and the good guys always win.

I'm a Pittsburgh native and an avid sports fan. I work Pittsburgh connections into all of my stories and my characters often wear black and gold or reference the city's outstanding sports teams -- the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

My books are based on real incidents. Plus, I'm married to a retired FBI agent whose stellar career fuels my ideas and whose technical advice is invaluable. He also takes credit for the steamy scenes!
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