Danger in a Red Dress (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Mar 3, 2009 - Fiction - 400 pages
20 Reviews
Home care nurse Hannah Grey is dedicated to her patient, an aging widow still tainted by the financial scandal her late husband perpetrated. She makes Hannah promise that upon her death, she?ll right the family?s wrongs, and gives Hannah her offshore account?s access codes.

But Carrick Manly will do anything to discover where his family?s fortunes lie? including kill his own mother. Fearing for her life, and desperate not to betray the widow, Hannah flees. And when Carrick?s half-brother, Gabriel, tracks her down in Houston, Hannah must trust her own instincts?and her heart?to survive.


  

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But there is some romance with a feel good ending. - Goodreads
Her writing never fails to be great. - Goodreads
The plot moved quickly and did not let up. - Goodreads
I like the author's writing skills. - Goodreads
CAUTION SPOILERS: I didn't buy one plot point. - Goodreads
Number of sex scenes: 1, 8 pages long. - Goodreads

Review: Danger in a Red Dress (Fortune Hunter #4)

User Review  - Tawnya - Goodreads

It is so wonderful to read a happy ending for Gabriel Prescott. I really enjoyed Christina Dodd combining the end of the Fortune Hunters series with the Lost Texas Hearts series. Her writing never fails to be great. Read full review

Review: Danger in a Red Dress (Fortune Hunter #4)

User Review  - Anita Fleming - Goodreads

Romantic-suspense light. It was a good book with an excellent plot and if you have read the other books in the series, it gives you a twist right at the beginning. Hannah is a conscientious home care ... Read full review

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FOURTEEN
SIXTEEN
EIGHTEEN
TWENTYONE
TWENTYFOUR
TWENTYSEVEN
THIRTY
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About the author (2009)

Christina Dodd is a New York Times bestselling author whose novels have been translated into twelve languages. She lives in Washington with her husband and two dogs.

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