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Kansas City Confessions Keeping secrets close and an enemy closer His protection instincts on high alert KCPD detective Trent Dixon knew something was wrong with Katie Rinaldi The special investigator had obviously uncovered a dangerous piece of evidence while looking into a cold case So dangerous in fact that the single mother's life was now in jeopardy But as much as Trent told himself he was keeping tabs on Katie and her young son as part of his job he couldn't ignore the very real feelings he had for her Still as a professional he was bound to the badge and would give Katie all the security she deserved And not give in to the attraction he was having trouble containing

10 thoughts on “Kansas City Confessions

  1. says:

    Very good book and conclusion to the Cold Case series of books Katie and Trent are both members of the Cold Case unit at KCPD They are also old friends having known each other since they were in high school Katie and her young son are m

  2. says:

    I cannot help but laugh because I truly enjoyed this book There's a bit of everything; murder suspense crime unreuited love kinda a little bit of sexual tension AND A PLOT Because it's a Harleuin book it has to be of a certain length ie sho

  3. says:

    529172nd read thru Think I enjoyed this even the 2nd time thru If you enjoy police dramas cop forensics etc then you'll love this series

  4. says:

    Excellent book It is part of a series but reads as a standalone I had a lot of respect for Katie She is a single mom and working for KCPD She is a member of the Cold case unit After work she is taking her 9 year old son to play practice He is part

  5. says:

    A really enjoyable fun uick read Katie has worked hard in the cold case suad for the KCPD but as the computer expert she's been uncovering secrets someone wants buried and has no issues with threatening her to make them stay secret Trent has loved Kati

  6. says:

    Good book even though it is Christmas related the whole story was around Christmas it should be labeled a Christmas book

  7. says:

    35 would be a better assessmentI interrupted my reading of this to read Shards of Hope The last time I read one of those think it was Vasic's book I found myself reading a book with a similarly tormented H and getting to compare them Seems kind of a strange co

  8. says:

    I received a free copy of this book at RT16For me this book was adeuate for what it is I thought the heroine's backstory was overkill in terms of explaining why she didn't trust herself to get involved with her best friend the hero Katie blames herself for her fat

  9. says:

    This is the best one that I’ve read in this series in agesI felt the magic that I felt in the first books of this series and that makes me so happyA few things I would have liked for Miller to touch just a bit on was the h and H’s high school friendship Also sinc

  10. says:

    Good one closing the Cold Case miniseries don't worry Miller has another Bachelors in Blue starting soon This one ties together a lot of threads of many cold cases I'll never hear the movie title Strangers on a Train again without remembering this seriesThe story in the f

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See this thread for information USA TODAY bestselling author Julie Miller writes breathtaking romantic suspense She's earned a National Readers Choice Award and two Daphne du Maurier Awards among many other prizes for both her series and single title books She was honored to receive the RT BookReviews Career Achievement Award and has twice been a finalist for RWA’s prestigious RITA Award With millions of copies in print and on digital devices worldwide her books have appeared on the USA Today Publisher’s Weekly and BookScan Top 100 Romances bestseller lists