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Murder on the Mountain (Rocky Mountain Safe House #2)

3.56 of 5 stars 3.56  ·  rating details  ·  18 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A killer in Colorado

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

ebook, Harlequin Intrigue #910, Rocky Mountain Safe House #2, 256 pages
Published December 15th 2011 by Harlequin Intrigue (first published April 2006)
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I should know by now that category romances run in the fast lane, namely hero/heroine meet once and that's all they need to know they are in love. This bothers me about any book I read, this book no exception. However, once I got past that, the story was OK but I found myself skimming the last 20 or so pages.

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
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I really enjoyed this book. The suspense was so good, I was tempted to skip ahead to find out what happened. I didn’t, and was glad that I was patient. The action was intense, and the romance was sweet.

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
Ok I know it's a Harlequin, but my sister gave it to me because it's in the suspense category.

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.

Good book.

Jul 31, 2008 Sherry rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: romance/mystery/suspense
Cassie Miles has taken the concept of a "locked room murder" and added some original touches that makes this story stand out. A very good book for Romance/Mystery buffs who enjoy quick reads.
This book was a very quick read, but it had a lot of action, which is always enjoyable for me!
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Cassie grew up in a small town at the very tip of southern Illinois. A tomboy, she spent most of her time outside and got into big trouble for breaking the trellis while climbing out her second-story bedroom window.

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.
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