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When P.I. Shauna Pratley heads up the investigation for Christopher Newen, a rural firefighter, she wants only to solve his father’s murder, not fall in love.
Christopher Newen may be used to the blazes of fire but not the heat ricocheting between him and Shauna. He needs the team’s help but has no intention of letting flames ignite between him and the investigator...yet her protective nature and fun-loving personality draw him in more than he wants to admit.
How will they work together to find a killer without letting love get in the way? Will they have to admit maybe God has used the horrors of evil to bring them together for good?
Although this is the second book in a series, it stands alone as well as a great addition to the story of the Worthington Agency ladies. Shauna, a former military-turned-private-investigato-r, working with Ava and Jillian, tries her hardest to not be taken for a helpless female. She pulls it off outwardly as a protector and enforcer, but her inwardly thoughts lean more toward a closer, even romantic, relationship with Christopher. But Christopher’s anger toward God for having lost both of his parents, one by leaving him and his father, and by the murder of his father has put a wall between him and God. Shauna knows that she cannot allow herself to think of Christopher as anything but a client and a friend until that wall is dismantled. If that doesn’t happen, she just may rejoin the military, where she feels more comfortable.
Ava, whose story is told in the first book, Fateful Fall, and Jillian are rooting for the relationship, but are more focused on the investigation which t