Murder on the Mountain (Rocky Mountain Safe House #2)
FBI Special Agent Julia Last had made a career out of being discreet, running a secret FBI safe house for injured officers and protected witnesses. So when Deputy Paul Hemmings turned up, convinced one of her guests had committed murder, Julia wanted the rugged-yet-gentle cop gone.
But when she became the killer's next target and Paul offered to protect...more
I enjoyed the atmosphere the author created, hotel in the mountains, blizzard. There was a lengthy cast of characters but a list at the front to keep straight who was who until I read furth ...more
Julia ran a FBI safe house. She found one of her guest dead in his room. He was a general. The general was in uniform, and had a suicide note. To authority’s it appeared it was a cut and dry suicide, but Julia suspected that the General was murdered. She expressed her concerns to Paul who was a po ...more
This book was a fast read (well all Harlequins seem to fall into that area). Anyway-once I got passed the part of girl meets boy and falls instantly in love--it was a good book.
I liked the hidden FBI safe house up in the mountains. It had a great setting, ok characters, murder, who-dun-it.
When her family moved to L.A., major culture shock ensued. She discovered that grapefruits grew on trees, television offered more than two channels, and all the other girls had breasts. ...more