One Last Breath

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 25, 2007 - Fiction - 464 pages
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He's an ex-cop. She's an ex-wife. And they're both out for revenge on the same man....

When pampered former cheerleader Feenie Malone takes a job writing fluff pieces for her South Texas paper, she has no idea she's about to stumble into a juicy news story that could launch her career -- if it doesn't get her killed first. Almost as soon as she breaks out her press pass, she crosses paths with Marco Juarez, the macho PI obsessed with solving his sister's murder. The information he has might be the perfect lead -- but his dangerously sexy looks could be a deadly distraction.

Juarez has zero patience for reporters, especially mouthy blond ones. But with the evidence pointing to Feenie's ex-husband, Marco thinks she could be useful. Confident he can keep her on a tight leash, he lets her in on his investigation. He quickly discovers he's underestimated his new partner, as well as the danger they both face. Now he must protect her -- to the very last breath....

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User Review  - Capnrandm - LibraryThing

Feenie and Cecilia are both mismatched with their husbands, but that's what gives this story the nudge it needs to get rolling. Love the pacing and the chemistry, though Paloma's fate still breaks me heart. Read full review

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User Review  - jjmachshev - LibraryThing

WOW! What can I say? I picked up this book because I saw how high some of you guys (goodreads friends and PBS buddies) had rated this book. I was totally hooked. I went in assuming I wouldn't really ... Read full review

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Laura Griffin is the New York Times bestselling author of the Tracers series, the Wolfe Sec series, the Alpha Crew series and several other novels. A two-time RITA Award winner and the recipient of the Daphne du Maurier Award, Laura lives in Austin, where she is working on her next book. Visit her website at and her Facebook at

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