Yet another great read from Justine Davis. The story kept my attention from beginning to end.
Kate Crawford has come back to Summer Harbor, her small Northwest Pacific hometown, having left her high-paying job to work at the smaller Redstone Company. A series of thefts of highly valuable high-tech insulin pumps from her division is worrying her. Then the too-handsome, too-young Rand Singleton rents a room in her grandparents' house, and Kate thinks he might be a con man. Rand, undercover with Redstone security, is investigating the thefts. Is it possible that Kate is behind them?
She was a suspect in his investigationbut Redstone employee Kate Crawford was also the most captivating woman securities expert Rand Singleton had ever
known. Despite the protective feelings she stirred, he couldn't reveal his true identity. He'd been sent to do a job. Getting emotionally involved with
the vulnerable beauty wasn't an option.
Kate could think of only one reason why an enigmatic, charm-oozing man like Rand was in town he was up to something. And she had too much at stake professionally
and emotionally to fall prey to a seductive stranger's schemes. Still, with Rand's knee-weakening caresses wreaking havoc on her heartstrings, would
she be able to expose his secrets before he uncovered hers?
Suspense and romance combined.