October 30th, 2008
Jill is a respected and experienced river guide and always prepared for trouble. That’s why, when the teenage son of one of her clients is tossed overboard, she’s got the tools and wits she needs to rescue him. In gratitude, his father hands her a business card tells her he will help her if she ever finds herself in a bad situation.
Some time later, she discovers she needs to call in that favor when her great-aunt is murdered, some family heirloom art becomes a hot topic, and she finds there are those who desperately want the art, and those who want to destroy it, and any of the interested parties might be capable or murder. Jill decides it’s time to be resourceful and calls the number on the business card. Zach, a troubleshooter, is dispatched to help Jill sort out the truth and to act as a bodyguard.
This is an entertaining romantic suspense with plenty of art-world tidbits thrown in to keep it interesting. Recommended for fans of Lowell or Mary Higgins Clark.
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