Hard Silence

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Carina Press, Apr 1, 2016 - Fiction
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FBI profiler Jeff Crandall returned to Fiddler, Idaho, to work on new Bureau protocols in peace…and because he hasn't been able to stop thinking about Abby Quinn. Kind, beautiful and quietly sexy, the petite rancher next door is loved by the entire town but keeps fiercely to herself. She's a mystery that doesn't want to be solved, though he's desperate to try.

Whether that interest is professional or personal is a question he'll sort out later.

Abby knows sharing her secrets would bring death and destruction to Fiddler. She survived her childhood, barely, but a long list of stepfathers weren't nearly so lucky: their bodies are buried across the country, waiting to be discovered. The best protection is silence, anonymity and isolation, though the handsome agent next door seems hell-bent on destroying all three.

And he just keeps kissing her

When Jeff is called in to investigate an interstate serial killer case spanning two decades, Abby knows it's only a matter of time before he connects the dots, sees her for who she really is and walks away. But it's when he's standing in the crosshairs of Abby's past that Jeff faces his biggest challenge yet: how to give the woman he loves the life she doesn't believe she deserves.

Book two of Agents Undercover

This book is approximately 90,000 words

 

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Contents

Chapter
Chapter
Chapter Four
Chapter
Chapter Eight
Chapter
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Eighteen
Chapter Twenty
Chapter TwentyTwo
Chapter TwentyFive

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About the author (2016)

Mia Kay spent years writing legal documents and keeping people out of trouble. Now she spends her time getting her characters into as much trouble as possible. She lives in Arkansas with her husband, who doesn't mind discussing (and sometimes causing) mayhem over breakfast. Find her at http://authormiakay.com/ and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authormiakay. 

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