Gage Butler's Reckoning

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Harlequin, Jul 15, 2011 - Fiction - 256 pages
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TRINITY STREET WEST

HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO…

Undercover detective Gage Butler lived and breathed justice. He was a legend at the precinct, and nothing stood in his way—until Laurey Templeton stormed back into his life.

She'd been an innocent victim of his dedication to the job and had the broken heart to prove it. But she couldn't help falling for him all over again. Only this time she was determined to crack his resolve, help him make peace with the past—and create a future for them both.

TRINITY STREET WEST
Where danger lies around every corner—and the biggest danger of all is falling in love.

 

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Review: Gage Butler's Reckoning (Trinity Street West #5)

User Review  - Mareli - Goodreads

A bit lame. I thought Gage Butler deserved a better story. It was not bad but it lacked in passion, feelings. Well, I'm onto the next. Read full review

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Justine Davis lives on Puget Sound in Washington State, watching big ships and the occasional submarine go by, and sharing the neighborhood with assorted wildlife, including a pair of bald eagles, deer, a bear or two, and a tailless raccoon. In the few hours when she's not planning, plotting, or writing her next book, her favorite things are photography, knitting her way through a huge yarn stash, and driving her restored 1967 Corvette roadster—top down, of course.

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